A celebration of the Yale School of Nursing Alumni. The exhibit highlights the contributions of the Nursing program and its graduates to Yale, the profession, and the world. Curated by Janene Batten with the help of Melissa Grafe. On view in the Medical Library foyer until January 10, 2014.
In addition, as part of the 90th Anniversary of the Yale School of Nursing the Cushing/Whitney Medical... Read More
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Clinical Evidence is an international database of high-quality, rigorously developed systematic overviews assessing the benefits and harms of treatments, a suite of EBM resources.
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Simply put, evidence-based medicine (EBM) means applying current best evidence to clinical decision making. In practice, this means integrating that evidence with individual clinical expertise and the... Read More
The Sexual Revolution and Movie Thrillers with Medical Themes
In the Hallway
8 Interesting Objects
Selected from the Historical Collections
In the Rotunda
Join us for a tour of the exhibiton Wednesday, July 31 at 12 noon
With Curator Susan Wheeler
Selections from the New Global Health Collection
In the Foyer
On view until September 15, 2013
Please join us for a tour of the exhibits with... Read More
The Kristaps J. Keggi Vietnam War service collection, recently donated to the Historical Medical Library, contains the complete correspondence between Dr. Kristaps J. Keggi and his wife, Julie, during his time as a surgeon in the Vietnam War. The materials were all donated by Dr. Keggi, the current Elihu Professor in Orthopedics at Yale School of Medicine. The scope of the collection—personal... Read More
AccessMedicine is an innovative online resource that provides students, residents, clinicians, researchers, and health professionals with access to more than 75 medical titles in medicine, thousands of images and illustrations, interactive self-assessment, case files, time-saving diagnostic and point-of-care tools, a comprehensive search platform, and the ability to view from and download content... Read More
The Medical Historical Library’s digital collection includes School of Medicine photographs, portraits of 16th Century anatomist Andreas Vesalius, Harvey Cushing, and others, medical and surgical instruments, prints, posters, and drawings, and much more! Recently, thousands of medical works from the 19th and early 20th centuries have been added to the Medical Heritage Library, an online resource... Read More
After a complete remodeling, the Medical Historical Library's office and new secure reading room is officially open. Our new public hours will be from 10-noon, and 1-4:30, Monday through Friday.
This project caps a larger Historical Library renovation, beginning several years ago with an overhaul of the Medical Historical locked stacks and work areas. New environmental controls and security... Read More
Wayne Seese U.S.A. 1918-1980
The Crack Up, c.1946
Bequest of Clements C. Fry 1955
“Combat Art,” created by designated soldier artists, was widely exhibited during World War II and also illustrated popular publications such as LIFE magazine.
Clements C. Fry, Yale psychiatrist and collector, purchased this drawing in 1946 after having seen it in an exhibition in ... Read More
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