"Physician Assistants: Collaboration and Care," A Banner Exhibit at the Medical Library Through Dec. 20
The exhibit, celebrating five decades of the PA profession, has been traveling across the country since 2017, and will continue traveling until 2021. It is at the John Hay Whitney/Harvey Cushing Medical Library through December 20.
Medical Library Unveils Newly Renovated Facilities
The Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library has unveiled its newly renovated library facilities. The renovation features a series of rooms and spaces meant to foster learning and innovation including a 125-seat classroom, eight 16-seat classrooms, four meeting rooms, 24 workstations, and lounge seating.
Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library Unveils Newly Renovated Spaces on June 20
The Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library is pleased to announce the unveiling of its newly renovated spaces. These include: a 125-seat classroom, eight 16-seat classrooms, new group study rooms, an expanded studio for video production, and 30 new workstations. The unveiling concludes a 9-month renovation project that closed one-third of the library’s spaces. Grand opening: June 20, 2019, from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Humanitarian Award Presented to Kristaps Keggi, MD
The 2019 Humanitarian Service Award is awarded in recognition of the volunteer work and commitment by an orthopaedic surgeon member. This award is to acknowledge the tireless efforts, outstanding commitment and sustained dedication in service to humanity.
Holly Grossetta Nardini Receives Estelle Brodman Academic Medical Librarian of the Year Award
Estelle Brodman may not be a familiar name to most, but a tribute article published in the Journal of the Medical Library Association remarked that academic medical librarianship lost “a towering figure of the profession” after her death in 2007. Brodman brought “a great intellect” to the field of medical librarianship, as well as a “personal drive and ambition to enhance the delivery of medical information to the practitioner in the field.”
John Curtis retires after nineteen years with Yale Medicine magazine
After 19 years, John Curtis is retiring from Yale Medicine magazine, where he started as staff writer before becoming editor of the magazine. He leaves behind an enduring legacy of journalistic excellence with the award-winning publication he helped shape.
VIDEO: Harvey Cushing and John Fulton: Two Founders Bonded By Science, Medicine, And Books
A conversation during the YSM Reunion between Drs. Dennis D. Spencer and Gordon M. Shepherd, moderated by Cynthia Tsay, YSM ’18, about personal and professional relationship of Cushing and Fulton that helped lead to the founding of the Yale Medical Library.
Medical library marks 75 years of supporting research and patient care
Dr. Harvey Cushing, a path-breaking neurosurgeon and Sterling Professor of Neurosurgery at Yale, had books on his mind when he wrote to his friend Dr. Arnold Klebs in 1936, suggesting they consider donating their vast collections of books to Yale. In 1941, the Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library opened, including the collections of Cushing, Klebs, and Dr. John Fulton, Sterling Professor of Physiology and Cushing’s former pupil at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston.
Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library celebrates 75 years
Join us as the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library celebrates 75 years of being YOUR library. We are planning a year long program of exciting events. Mark your calendar for these highlights and watch for additional events, exhibits and information.
"Historical Illustrations of Skin Disease: Selections from the New Sydenham Society Atlas 1860-1884" open in the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library
The Atlas of Skin Diseases was among the first publications undertaken, in 1859, by the New Sydenham Society. Time-consuming and costly to produce, it was issued in seventeen parts over a period of twenty-four years. In this exhibit, Yale dermatologists Jean Bolognia and Irwin Braverman present the celebrated nineteenth century illustrations to a current clinical audience, making a relevant teaching point with each plate.
Discovering the Beauty of Science: Call for Entries
Scientists may not consider themselves artists. However there are times when science and research experiments lead to beautiful visual results. We invite Yale biomedical researchers (undergrads, graduate students, postdocs, faculty, associate researchers, etc.) to “Discover the Beauty of Science” by submitting up to two images per individual. Your images will be reviewed by a panel of artists, scientists, and members of medical community, and selected for an YSM exhibition. Contest Deadline: Jun