The National Library of Medicine is changing how people log into National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) accounts. This change will take effect on June 1, 2021. What does this mean for you?
If you are doing any type of work in the health sciences, you have a Dana librarian who can work with you to support your class work, teaching, or research.
Explore over 6,700 anatomic structures through cross-sectional, gross, and radiological anatomy derived from various types of medical imaging, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT) scans, radiographs, anatomic diagrams and nuclear images.
This past year has been interesting, to say the least! The Dana Medical Library 2019/2020 Annual Report straddles pre-pandemic times and the plunge into Covid-19 operations. Take a closer look here.
Dana Medical Library has new titles that include topics on anticoagulation therapy, communicating clinical decision-making, wound diagnosis, and others. Learn more here.
We're working to make our website easier to navigate. In order to do this, we will be conducting usability tests and focus groups to determine what we need to change on our home page to ensure that you find the information you need.
Dana has new titles that include topics on occupational therapy, group dynamics, clinical anatomy, and others, as well as many updated editions. View the complete list here.
UVM Libraries has access to over 100,000 journals, including about 5,000 in the health sciences. How do you determine whether we have the journal you need, and where to find it? Learn how here.
🗞Read all about it!🗞 Through April 30th, UVM Libraries has digital access to the Daily Mail Historical Archive. Daily Mail is a popular British newspaper focusing on European history and culture from the late 19th century on. An early user of images, the newspaper has been widely read and heavily subscribed to all over Europe and beyond. Take advantage of this trial by visiting the Historical Newspapers research guide via the Howe website. Link in bio.