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Dana Medical Library will have modified library hours during the Thanksgiving holiday break. View the full list here, including after hours study. 

Dana Medical Library and the Larner College of Medicine chapter of the Latino Medical Student Association will be hosting a discussion about The Most Costly Journey: Stories of Migrant Farmworkers in Vermont Drawn by New England Cartoonists.

The University Libraries are disappointed to announce that ClinicalKey, a large collection of biomedical books and journals, will no longer be available to the UVM community, starting on Friday, October 22nd. Unfortunately, negotiations with Elsevier, the publisher behind these resources, came to an unfruitful conclusion. Our budget cannot bear the quadrupled price increase Elsevier proposed.

Dana seeks two creative and service-oriented individuals to join our team of librarians who report to the Director of the Dana Medical Library. For more information and how to apply, click here. 

September 15 through October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month, a monthlong tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and society. Learn more about health issues that affect Latinx and Hispanic Americans.

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See the Posters and Poster Presentations guide from the Dana Medical Library for help. The guide begins with a review of the purpose of scholarly posters, and describes important considerations when planning your poster.

COVID-19 sparked many changes in our lives, but one that you may not have noticed is a sharp rise in the number of preprints being published. What is a preprint? 

The library has four new anatomical models to circulate within the library. Models include: the heart, the brain, the male pelvis and the median section of the female pelvis. Check them out!

EndNote uses a plug-in called “Cite While You Write” for Microsoft Word that allows the two programs to communicate with each other so that you can use them at the same time. Learn why this is helpful and how to make it work with Google Docs! 

Dana Medical Library now carries a selection of popular board games and puzzles! They have a circulation period of one week and up to two games and puzzles can be checked out at a time.

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