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  • Abdominal Abscess to Zygote: The Spectrum of Foci for a Health Science Librarian Liaison 

    Cable, Kathy (East Carolina University, 2005-05-16)
    Keeping clients informed of changes and new databases.
  • Advancing the Knowledge of Public Health and Poverty in North Carolina through Oral History Interviews 

    Nasea, Melissa; Rose, Marlena; Carpenter, Layne (2019-10-05)
    Although several U.S. advances in public health began in North Carolina (NC), the state has long faced many social and physical challenges that contributed to a high incidence of disease. This is particularly true in the ...
  • ¿Como se llama? What's in a library name and logo? 

    Simpson, Susan; Ketterman, Elizabeth; Coghill, Jeffrey (2005-05-17)
    The branding project resulted in some experiences that are worth sharing with other libraries that may choose to embark on an effort to create a library identity: • Use existing expertise in the organization • Be ...
  • Discussing the Past and Envisioning the Future: A History of the Health Sciences Lecture Series 

    Unknown author (2010-10-14)
    The Medical History Interest Group (MHIG) was established in the fall of 2001 by the Laupus Library History Collections in collaboration with the School of Medicine’s Medical Humanities department. The purpose was to sponsor ...
  • From Old to New: Changing the Way a Health Sciences Library Thinks About Popular Reading Collections 

    Barber, Marlena; Inman, Megan (2014-10-20)
    Objective: The inclusion of popular reading titles among academic and health sciences libraries is heavily discussed in the library literature. A popular reading collection containing health sciences related leisure reading ...
  • Gross Anatomy:  Are Anatomical Models Worth the Investment? 

    Harmon, Geoffrey James Corey; Roby, Mary (2019-10-05)
    Our library began its anatomical model collection in the late 1980s with one model of the fetus. In intervening years, the collection has grown to 236 models ranging from single organs to entire bodies. As of July 1, 2019, ...
  • House Calls at The Country Doctor Museum: Museum Serves Rural Community with Mobile Health Units 

    Anderson, Anne; Schindler, Jennie; Cottle, Jason (2015-02-06)
    Symposium poster describes the efforts by The Country Doctor Museum, a small history of rural medicine museum, to meet its community's need for access to health screening and information through the use of mobile health units.
  • Into the Trenches: Collaborating with Medical Students 

    Andresen, Christine; Cable, Kathy (2017-10-23)
    Objective: After the successful implementation of a study room project to increase medical students’ use of the library’s physical spaces, the liaison librarian for the School of Medicine was challenged to increase medical ...
  • LIBotomy: Creating a Shared Neuroscience Collection Development Policy 

    Cable, Kathy; Ketterman, Elizabeth; Hoover, Jeanne K. (2011-10-11)
    Purpose: This poster examines the collaboration between the Joyner Academic and Laupus Health Sciences Library at East Carolina University to establish a shared Neuroscience Collection Development Policy. Setting/ ...
  • The Medical Library as a Component of a Medical School Pipeline Program 

    Schellinger, Jana; Cable, Kathy; Bond, Milton; Campbell, Kendall (2019-10-05)
    The US is facing a shortage of physicians for minorities and patients in disadvantaged areas. Many medical schools have pipeline programs to promote the interest of minority students in medicine. The Brody School of Medicine ...
  • Melting Away: Sifting through the Special Snowflakes 

    Inman, Megan; Barber, Marlena (2018-11-07)
    Medical practice books tend to become quickly outdated as clinical practice changes with ever-evolving research. For the past few years, Laupus Health Sciences Library has been ordering eBooks in addition to ordering books ...
  • Navigating Uncharted Waters: Creating a culture of assessment 

    Russell, Roger; Roby, Mary; Ketterman, Beth; Barber, Marlena (2019-06-17)
    Aim: To make assessment a fully integrated part of operations in order produce more data driven decision-making? Methods: This poster will be a case study of integrating assessment and analysis of data into operational ...
  • Nuevas Vistas 

    Blevins, Amy; Bass, Rebecca; Cottle, Jason; Coghill, Jeffrey (2008-10-20)
    With the new database system in place, the electronic resources page is much easier to update and maintain. In addition, the tagging system has allowed users to find the resources they need in a more efficient manner. ...
  • A Paradigm Shift: Transforming Collection Development to Meet the Needs of Users 

    Inman, Megan; Barber, Marlena (2018-05-22)
    Objectives: For the past few years, this health sciences library has been ordering eBooks in addition to ordering books in print. Over time, the library has experienced a shift in increased eBook acquisitions versus print. ...
  • The Purple Book Poster - A Project in Print 

    Forbes, Carrie; Cable, Kathy (2019-10-05)
    Kathy Cable, MLS & Carrie Forbes, MLS wanted to know if students would still appreciate or want a print resource when visiting the campus library. The idea for the resource came from observing medical students using a small ...
  • Untruth in Advertising: A Nineteenth Century Patent Medicine Trade Card Collection 

    Nasea, Melissa (2015-05-17)
    Objectives: To increase awareness about methods used to inform the public about health and drugs in 19th century America through the use of objects from the History Collections of the Laupus Health Sciences Library at East ...
  • The View from 30,000 Feet: Regional Needs Assessment for Eastern North Carolina Hospitals 

    Simpson, Susan; Coghill, Jeffrey (2010-10-14)
    More needs to be done to promote the AHEC Digital Library (AHEC ADL)—hospitals with no library budget can solve their library resource needs by active promotion and use of the AHEC ADL. Some hospitals are well funded and ...
  • We've got you Covered Statewide Service Continuity in Disasters 

    Hardee, Susan; Norton, Melanie; Allegri, Francesca; McKone, Mark; McDuffee, Diana; Paterson, Richard; Schell, Mary Beth; Wilson, Daniel; Cottle, Jason; Coghill, Jeffrey (2011-05-15)
    To present a case study exploring how best to provide ongoing access to library resources in various disasters. This case focuses on a statewide library service continuity plan that is ready for implementation in the event ...