MLA and AAHSL, leading organizations in the Medical and Health Science Libraries field, issue a statement that takes a stand on the necessity for access to health information that is vital to the health of individuals and the advancements in scientific fields.
New!! Dana is now open to all UVM faculty, staff and students with active CATCards! We also serve employees of the UVM Medical Center with ID badge.
07/30/20 Update: UVM Libraries offers curbside service five days a week, Monday through Friday. Read the details and instructions below. Thanks to a new curbside pickup and drop-off service at Howe Library, UVM students, faculty, staff, and guest borrowers now have expanded access to the University's physical collection.
Available on the Dana website, we have new titles that include subjects like biomechanics, a handbook on local anesthesia, and pain care, as well as e-book updates. Check them out!
As you embark on a new and unusual fall schedule, remember that the Dana Medical Library is here to help you! Dana Medical Library provides services and resources to the medical and health science community, including one-on-one research support. We work closely with professors, and help you find the journals, books, and resources that you will need for your classes.
The Vermont Multilingual Coronavirus Task Force offers a growing number of videos intended to disseminate information regarding Covid19 in the main languages that are spoken in the Burlington, Vermont area. Check out this important resource!
Dana Medical Library now has new e-book titles on Connecting Care for Patients, Communicable Disease Control and Health, and Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, as well as e-book updates. Check out the full list here!
Professor Atwood was awarded the 2020 Medical Library Assocation Fellowship through a competitive selection process and will study the information-seeking habits of undergraduate nursing students. Congratulations, Professor Atwood!
To celebrate #ArchivesMonth 2020, Silver Special Collections invites you to participate in our first ever Transcribe-A-Thon from October 26-30. Help us transcribe diaries kept by Vermonter Mary Jean Simpson, the first woman to serve as Bill Clerk in the United States Senate, that detail her personal life and the political world of Washington, DC in the late 1920s. Learn more about the project and sign up to participate at https://specialcollections.uvm.edu/about/transcribe-a-thon. #uvm #uvmlibraries #specialcollections #librariesofinstagram