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News from the Libraries — November 2012

Saffron Turban

The Many Faces of India, photos by Deborah Keller-Rihn, will open in the Briscoe Library on November 14. The exhibit is part of the UT Health Science Center’s International Education Week programming.

Announcing the One Community/One Book selection for 2013

Introducing the Library Committee for 2012-2013

Library classes for November and December

Nov 7 webinar: Lessons Learned from The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

History of Medicine lecture on November 8- Apocalypse Cow: The Strange Rise and Fortunate Decline of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy

The Many Faces of India- Exhibit will be on display in the Briscoe Library in November and December

Thanksgiving 2012 holiday hours

Remembering Pat Ireland Nixon Jr., MD

Whiteboard walls? We’re trying them out on the 5th floor of the Briscoe Library

Librarians participate in Medical Library Association Chapter meeting

Health Science Center recognizes two members of the library staff for their years of service

Two new databases support career development

New to the shelves of the Briscoe Library in November

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News from the Libraries — October 2012

New Furniture 5th Floor

Student response to the new furniture on the 5th floor of the Briscoe Library has been very positive. Learn more about recent changes in this issue of News from the Libraries.

 Briscoe Library’s new furniture gets rave reviews

History of Medicine Society will hold organizational meeting October 3

 Friends of the P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library- Annual Dinner and Presentation is November 7

Library classes for October and November

UT Health Science Center Libraries will participate in October health literacy events

October is National Medical Librarians Month

Red Cross releases mobile hurricane and first aid apps

Regulation of Research on Human Subjects: American Association of University Professors issues a new report

Reach Out and Read: Physician Assistant program is collecting books for children

New to the shelves of the Briscoe Library

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News from the Libraries — September 2012

“The Resurgence of West Nile Virus Encephalitis in Texas, 2012″ will be the first in a series of lectures on infectious diseases sponsored by the Friends of the P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library.
Find out more in this issue of News from the Libraries.

Announcing the Noon Lecture Series: Friends of the P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library

Laurie Garrett, Abraham Verghese will speak at the Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics 10th Anniversary Celebration

Coming in November: The 42nd Annual Dinner and Presentation of the Friends of the P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library

Library receives CTSA Community Engagement Award from the NN/LM SCR

Hurricane Beulah exhibit makes many stops as it travels through South Texas

Katie Prentice receives Emerging Leaders Award

Library purchases Amazon Kindle Touch

Library resources: What’s new, and what’s been improved

Anatomists and Their Art: History of Medicine presentation by Dr. Charleen M. Moore can now be viewed online

Briscoe Library: Building in the news

Changes coming for the UT Health Science Center Laredo Regional Campus Library

New to the shelves of the Briscoe Library

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News from the Libraries — August 2012

The Healing of America- bookJournalist T.R. Reid, author of The Healing of America, to speak at Health Science Center July 30 (The location for this event has been changed to Holly Auditorium)

Welcome from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Libraries

Library classes for August and September

Library resources: What’s new, and what’s been improved

MS2s study principles of evidence based medicine

MS3s learn to identify best resources for clinical care

42nd Annual Dinner and Presentation of the P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library: Save the date

New to the shelves of the Briscoe Library

Barn swallows call Briscoe loading dock home

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News from The Libraries — July 2012

Student and Synthesizer

An exhibit opening in July provides a glimpse into Applied Neuroanatomy, a student-led elective for MS-1s that was offered in the Spring of 2012. Find the story in this issue.

Welcome new residents!

Library classes for July and August

Applied Neuroanatomy: Exhibit showcases MS-1 elective course offering

Briscoe Library participates in the 2nd Annual San Antonio CHW/Promotor(a) Summit

Librarians in the news

Making way for improvements at the Briscoe Library

On the Origin of Species: A treasure of the P. I. Nixon Medical Historical Library

Drug Information Portal now available for mobile devices

New to the shelves of the Briscoe Library

Looking for a summer read? Explore the Leisure Reading Collection at the Briscoe Library

America’s libraries: Did you know?

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News from The Libraries — June 2012

Ex Votos

Everyday Miracles: Medical Imagery in Ex-Votos is an exhibit produced by the National Library of Medicine. Everyday Miracles will be on display in the Ramirez Library in Harlingen through June 16.  Ex-Votos can also be viewed online at http://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/exvotos/.

Did you know?  The Libraries by the numbers

Everyday Miracles:  On display at the Ramirez Library through June 16

NN/LM SCR classes coming to the Ramirez Library in June

Library classes for June and July

Updates to off-campus access and ILLiad logins

Access e-journals quickly on your smartphone or tablet at the Briscoe Library

In the history of medicine — Early ophthalmology text turns 500 this year

Joint Texas A&M – UT System library facility will house low-circulation books

New Information Services hours at the Briscoe Library

New to the shelves of the Briscoe Library

Summer reading recommendations

Former student visits childhood home of Henrietta Lacks

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