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Build Your Skillset With an Email Course

Jun 5, 2024

Looking to build your skillset but don't have time to sit through a live training? Try an email course! These asynchronous learning opportunities are adapted from some of our popular live courses and restructured to deliver bite-sized information straight to your inbox. Sign up below through Yale's subscription portal. How to Write a Research Data Management Plan In this six-part email course,... Read More

New Books Added in May

May 21, 2024

The New Books section consists of items recently added to our collection. Our newly created Graphic Medicine collection features graphic novels about various healthcare subjects. Both collections can be found on the main floor of the library across from the circulation desk. Click the links below to access the full collection and to request items using Quicksearch:  Recently Added Items... Read More

Celebrating Medical Education with New Workshops and More!

Apr 29, 2024

Ahead of Medical Education Day, the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library is celebrating all things education for the month of May! Whether you are putting together a poster presentation, planning your next education research project, or simply interested in broadening your skillset, we’ve got you covered with a curated bundle of training opportunities and self-guided learning materials.  Workshops... Read More

Medical Library to Cancel DynaMed Subscription

Apr 1, 2024

After careful review, the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library and Yale New Haven Health System have decided to cancel their joint DynaMed subscription.    Access to DynaMed will end on June 30, 2024.   The Medical Library continues to provide access to alternative point-of-care tools, such as UpToDate. For more information, please view our Support for Clinicians & YNHH page.    

New Gift: José Manuel Rodríguez Delgado papers

Mar 22, 2024

The Medical Historical Library is pleased to announce a new gift of the José Manuel Rodríguez Delgado papers. His papers are a gift of Caroline Stoddard Delgado, wife of Dr. José M. R. Delgado, and children José Carlos and Linda Delgado, 2024. José Manuel Rodríguez Delgado (1915-2011) was a Spanish physician, researcher, and professor who specialized in neurophysiology of the brain. He captured... Read More

"Data as Art" Exhibition: Call for Submissions

Mar 14, 2024

Data as Art" Exhibition: Call for Submissions     “Every story is complicated until it finds the right storyteller.” – Anonymous   As we celebrate 10 years of the Bioinformatics Support Hub at the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, we invite you to share your visual responses to the prompt “Data as Art." Though data representations hold specific scientific meaning, some datasets and data... Read More

Medical Photographic History Fellowship Accepting Applications

Mar 7, 2024

The Medical Historical Library in the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library is welcoming applications for a fellowship for the study of medical photographic history. The Stanley B. Burns M.D. Fellowship for the Study of Medical Photographic History supports the study of the history of medical photography at Yale, maximizing the research potential of the Stanley B. Burns, MD, Historic... Read More

Research Travel Grant Now Accepting Applications

Mar 7, 2024

The Medical Historical Library of the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library is pleased to announce its fifteenth annual Research Travel award for use of the Historical Library. The deadline is April 28th, 2024. The Ferenc Gyorgyey/Stanley Simbonis YSM’57 Research Travel Grant is available to historians, medical practitioners, and other researchers outside of Yale who wish to use the... Read More

Free Trials - Scopus AI, Neurosurgical Atlas, Sage Business Cases

Feb 23, 2024

The Cushing/Whiney Medical Library and Yale Library have begun a free trials of the following resources. Please let us know what you think of these resources here: Trial Feedback Form. Did you know you can suggest resource trials? Simply fill out this form.  Neurosurgical Atlas Trial through March 23, 2024 Interactive neuroanatomy tools Original illustrations 3D... Read More

Mindscapes: Stories of Mental Health through Yale Collections

Feb 20, 2024

On view in the hallway and rotunda from February 19th – August 16th, 2024 Curated by Melissa Grafe, Ph.D. and Laura Phillips, Ph.D. Mindscapes tells a story about mental health—its visibility, classification, and treatment—through the archival and visual art collections of the Medical Historical Library. Instead of a sweeping grand narrative of medical progress, Mindscapes presents a... Read More