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Lexicomp replaces Micromedex as clinical medication reference provider

Sep 22, 2022

On September 27, 2022, the Yale New Haven Health System will replace Micromedex with Lexicomp as the clinical medication reference provider. Links to the Lexicomp website will replace the current Micromedex links in the Library Services Epic Toolbar Menu and in the MAR.  Additionally, links to Micromedex will be removed from the Medical Library website. Lexicomp offers a comparable, full-featured... Read More

Holly Grossetta Nardini Selected as NLM/AAHSL Leadership Fellow

Sep 17, 2022

Associate Director Holly Grossetta Nardini has been selected as a Fellow in the 2022/2023 NLM/AAHSL Leadership Fellows Program. Selection for participation in this program is highly competitive and a testament to Holly’s experience, talent, and recognized potential for future leadership within health sciences librarianship.  The NLM/AAHSL Leadership Fellows Program prepares emerging leaders for... Read More

“Natural Interactions in the Book as Art and Making Knowledge”

Sep 7, 2022

Post by curator Renata Nagy, Ph.D. Candidate, History of Art and Renaissance Studies, Yale University Explore our newest online exhibition: “Natural Interactions in the Book as Art and Making Knowledge” When readers call up early printed books in libraries, they expect to see clean copies. It is a fair belief, for most rare library collections include books with the least signs of wear,... Read More

New Exhibition: “Pasteur at 200”

Aug 26, 2022

“Pasteur at 200” Cushing Rotunda, August 24th, 2022 - January 20th, 2023  Join us at the Medical Library for our newest Rotunda exhibition! “Pasteur at 200” commemorates the work of French chemist Louis Pasteur, born December 27, 1822, along with his longer scientific legacy, which continues today. If you drink pasteurized milk, or take your pet for a rabies shot, Pasteur was the renowned... Read More

Upcoming NIH Data Sharing Policy Change

Aug 11, 2022

On January 25, 2023, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will update its Data Management and Sharing Policy to further accelerate biomedical research discovery through scientific data sharing. The policy includes two main requirements: submission of a data management and sharing plan agreement to comply with that plan, including sharing and preserving data for the... Read More

A Busy Summer at the Medical Library

Aug 5, 2022

Medical librarians have been extremely busy this summer orienting and educating new fellows, residents, and faculty members across the medical campus and Yale New Haven Hospital. These sessions give new and seasoned users the opportunity to meet their dedicated library liaison and receive a primer on the medical library’s numerous resources and services. Perhaps most importantly, these... Read More

New Gifts: Health and Lyme Disease Activism

Jul 19, 2022

The Medical Historical Library is delighted to announce two new gifts detailing student and patient health care activism starting in the 1960s. Dr. Michael Charney, YSM class of 1972, donated his papers related to student activism in his Yale career. Charney was an editor of the Yale Medical Center Newsletter, a student activism newsletter for Yale School of Medicine produced in the late... Read More

Closed July 1 - July 4

Jun 27, 2022

The medical library will be closed July 1 - July 4, 2022. We will reopen on Tuesday, July 5th at 7:30am. As always, the 24/7 room will remain open and accessible via the staircase by the library entrance. 

Activism through Historical Posters

Jun 13, 2022

Come visit the newest exhibition featured in the Medical Library’s Hallway space! Highlighted on the walls of our newest exhibition are posters reflecting activism on behalf of women, children, and the HIV/AIDS community, dating from 1970-1998. These posters provide snapshots of larger efforts by activists to challenge the status quo and promote the welfare of people who needed action from... Read More

Job Opportunity: Collection Development & Scholarly Communication Librarian

May 12, 2022

We're hiring!  Join our team, or share this link with colleagues who may be interested. Collection Development and Scholarly Communication Librarian Rank: Librarian II-III Salary Range: $66,000-$87,000 Schedule: Full-time (37.5 hours per week), currently hybrid with a minimum of 2 days/week on campus STARS Requisition number: 73466BR APPLY HERE Position Focus: The Collection Development &... Read More