HSL Systematic Review Workshop June 7th and June 9th

2022-11-07 10:28:43

The Health Sciences Library is offering our 2nd annual summer Workshop on Systematic Review Methods and Tools June 7th and 9th via Zoom. This free, two day workshop is open to all UNC-Chapel Hill or UNC Medical Center affiliates. It covers various aspects of systematic reviews for research synthesis through…


Welcome Back, Students!

2021-08-12 08:28:11

The fall semester is right around the corner! Stop by our Week of Welcome events to get your questions answered, get library swag and set yourself up for academic success.


Summer Systematic Review Workshop - June 16, 2021

2021-05-07 10:04:56

The Health Sciences Library is offering a free, one day workshop on Systematic Reviews to all UNC-Chapel Hill or UNC Medical Center affiliates on Wednesday, June 16th, 2021, via Zoom. The workshop, taught by HSL methodology experts, will cover recommended…


Week of Balance Activities

2019-12-16 08:22:03

Week of Balance Programs and Events THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5 10 a.m. Coffee Break | Sloane Art Library 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Coffee Break | Music Library 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Coffee Break | Kenan Science Library 1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. DIY Finals Survival Kits | Davis Library…


Interactive Health Literacy and Consumer Health Exhibit at HSL

2020-03-10 09:47:12

By Linda Johnsen (September 25, 2019) October is Health Literacy Month. Stop by the Health Sciences Library (HSL) to view this interactive health literacy exhibit, on loan from the Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center at Weill Cornell Medicine until October 18th. The four-banner exhibit aims to raise awareness of the…


For All the People: A Century of Citizen Action in Health Care Reform

2019-09-25 11:05:23

The University Libraries at UNC, Chapel Hill is pleased to present For All The People: A Century of Citizen Action in Health Care Reform by The National Library of Medicine. This traveling exhibit will be on display at the Health Sciences Library, second floor, July 29th through September 6th.…


Surviving Summers in North Carolina Before Air Conditioning

2019-07-26 10:05:31

June 20, 2019 As the thermometer begins its annual climb, an exhibition at the University Libraries looks at the ways that North Carolinians in the late 19th and early 20th centuries kept cool during the hottest months of the year. “Beating the Heat: Surviving Summers in North Carolina Before Air…


HSL Events for the Week of Balance, Spring 2019

2019-05-10 09:03:51

The Health Sciences Library has several events planned for the Week of Balance here at UNC! Pet Therapy! Therapy Dog Dallas will visit on April 29th from 12 pm to 2 pm in Rm 527. Therapy Cats Cadi and Vivo are visiting on May 2nd from 12 pm to 2…


Red Carpet Event! Dr. Bob’s Health Literacy Journey: A 4-part Tutorial

2020-03-10 09:50:53

Join us for the premiere of Dr. Bob’s Health Literacy Journey: A 4-part tutorial! Meet Dr. Bob. He’s adventurous and curious and wants to learn more about health literacy. In this 4-part tutorial, you’ll accompany him on his journey to discover the impact of low health literacy on clinical practice and…


The Fabrica, the Epitome, and Issues of Accessibility in Early Modern Anatomy, with Michael J. Clark

2020-03-10 09:52:11

By Linda Johnsen (2/19/2019) The Bullitt History of Medicine Club Lecture will discuss how Andreas Vesalius increased access to human anatomy with the publication of De Humani Corporis Fabrica Libri Septem in 1543. By painstakingly designing his illustrations and the corresponding text to accurately represent what he had observed during…


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