Dana has released its latest list of new and updated e-books! We have new titles on mentorship in academic medicine, Cutaneous Mesenchymal Neoplasia, lumbar interbody fusions, and pediatric environmental health, among others.
Virtually search, dissect, and examine the human body anywhere, anytime with Dana Medical Library’s new app, Human Anatomy Atlas.
Did you know that you can call us to reserve a Study Room? The Dana Medical Library has several rooms to choose from and our Main Desk staff would be happy to reserve a room for you over the phone.
Effective, March 31st, the University Libraries will no longer have access to Browzine, an online service that allowed for seamless management and browsing of current journals.
As part of its current Strategic Plan, the National Library of Medicine (NLM) has retired their previous DOCLINE interlibrary loan request/routing platform, and launched a completely rewritten DOCLINE 6.1
Get your UVM Alumni Card from the CatCard office to continue to borrow material from the University Libraries.
ScholarWorks @ UVM collects, preserves, and shares the scholarly and creative works of University of Vermont faculty, staff, students, and their collaborators.
Dana Medical Library presents, A Conversation with Graphic Medicine Author Rachel Lindsay, Thursday, April 4th at 5:30pm. Rachel will discuss Reclaiming Patient Narrative in Graphic Medicine. Join us for this fascinating event!
New in February, two e-book titles are now available at Dana on Point-of-Care tips and Dermatology for skin of color. Check them out!
Things are looking pretty good around here, just in time for commencement! Congratulations, grads! 🎉