Don't miss the chance to view this film by 2012 Yale School of Medicine graduate Michael Otremba, MD. This documentary follows a Ugandan journalist who investigates how patients often must seek care outside of an underfunded and overburdened public system. Desperate for help, patients are turning to an unregulated private health sector, where services are accessible, but at a significant cost.... Read More
Need information on population, family planning or reproductive health and development?
Popline is a comprehensive international resource on these topics plus research in contraceptive methods, family planning services, research in human fertility, maternal and child health, HIV/AIDS in developing countries, program operations and evaluation, demography, and other related health, law, and policy... Read More
The Early AIDS Epidemic in the United States: Views from Atlanta and Hollywood5 p.m. Friday, October 26, 2012
Harold Jaffe, M.D.Associate Director for ScienceCenters for Disease Control and Prevention
Tea in the Beaumont Room - 4:30 to 5:00Reception Following TalkThe Medical Historical Library
Yale Schoolof Medicine333 Cedar Street
Medicine at Work: A Selection of Instruments and Materials from the Medical Historical Library
September 22nd, 2012-January 13th,2013
Medicine at Work, on view beginning September 22nd in the Rotunda of the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library and foyer of Sterling Hall, exhibits instruments, prints, catalogs, fee bills, and books describing and depicting a variety of medical work. Surgical operations... Read More
On view in the Hallway September 22 through January 14, 2013.
Selected from the Historical Medical Poster Collection and the Collection of Prints and Drawings
Dan Smith, U.S.A. 20th century
Complete Your Education Then Come With Me c. 1917-1918
Purchased through the John F. Fulton Fund 2010
John Mills U.S.A. active 20th century
Purchased through the Kent Ellis Fund... Read More
Faculty of 1000 (F1000) is a literature-awareness tool for the biomedical sciences. This resource is an in-depth directory to the top articles in biology and medicine, as recommended by faculty (over 5,000 expert scientists and clinical researchers, assisted by 5,000 associates). Many Yale researchers contribute to this database of reviews. It is a useful tool for keeping up with the most talked... Read More
Users will see major changes to the layout of search pages of the Cochrane Library and can now use a new range of search features including:
Updated display of search results
Ability to view search terms and results on the same page
Ability to insert lines and add one search to another
Improved MeSH look-up feature
Hover-over Tool Tips giving a brief explanation of the functions
Auto-suggest... Read More
Beaumont Medical Club Lecture
September 14, 2012 5:00 p.m.Historical Library, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library
The New Haven Green: Heart of a City
by Ms. Karyl EvansProducer and Director
Karyl Evans is a documentary film maker whose work has been recognized with five Emmy awards. Ms. Evans’ recent films have dealt with Connecticut history and include films about African-Americans in Connecticut... Read More
Embase delivers comprehensive and authoritative information from more than 7,600 peer-reviewed journals. Core strengths of Embase include in-depth information on drug development or use, toxicology and adverse drug reactions, the development and use of medical devices, evidence based medicine, pharmacoeconomics plus the international biomedical literature from 1947 to the present.
Embase can... Read More
On view June 22through September 17 in the Medical Library Foyer.
Avoid Fatigue: Eat a Lunch that Packs a Punch! 1943
Published by the War Food Administration
United States Department of Agriculture
Gift of George M. Smith 1943
During World War II, responsible food habits were promoted as a contribution to the war effort by the U.S. government.
The Eat to Beat the Devil series published... Read More