The Medical Library was selected as one of only 14 libraries around the country to host the newest National Library of Medicine traveling exhibit in 2020: The Politics of Yellow Fever in Alexander Hamilton's America!
The exhibit chronicles the 1793 yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia including how impacted all regardless of race, ethnicity, class, or age and was used as a point of debate in politics. With several modern day parallels, come check out the exhibit in the Kresge Library Lobby!
Take a quick study or snack break at OU Libraries in our series of activities complementing De-Stress Fest at OUWB!
Kresge Library, including all Medical Library spaces, will have limited hours leading up to and over the holiday break:
For a complete list of hours, visit the Hours webpage.
Kresge Library, including all Medical Library spaces, will have the following hours over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend:
For a complete list of hours, visit the Hours webpage.
Join OU Libraries for our seventh year of celebrating International Open Access Week, promoting free, immediate, and global access to research! Three events will be held:
All sessions will be from 12:00 - 1:00pm in Kresge Library. For more information, visit the OU Libraries' website.
Join us for our 8th donor registration drive in support of Gift of Life Michigan and Be the Match by stopping by Kresge Library on October 15 & 16 to register! Plan your life's sequel by joining the organ donor registry and join the bone marrow register to potentially match with someone suffering from leukemia, lymphoma, and other blood and marrow disorders to cure or treat their disease!
The drive is a partnership between the Medical Library and the OUWB Student National Medical Association, OU Cancer Awareness Society, Be the Match at OU, OU Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students, and OUWB Diversity & Inclusion.
To celebrate Women in Medicine Month, check out the Medical Library's ever-expanding Women in Medicine Collection featuring books, eBooks, and other resources related to strategies for success, work-life balance, personal stories, history of medicine, and more!
Check out our Women in Medicine Collection online guide and stop by the Collaborative Study Room during the month of September to browse selected print titles from this collection on our book cube!
Join us for our next InfoBite to uncover the Medical Library's collection of online question banks, prep books, and more for studying basic science content (AFCP, BFCP), organ system courses, & even USMLE Step 1! Please RSVP to the online registration form by Friday, September 27.
Kresge Library, including all Medical Library spaces, will have the following hours over the Labor Day Weekend:
For current library hours, please visit the Hours webpage.
In our 8th year, the Medical Library is hosting our series of extracurricular lunch seminars that complement information mastery topics taught in the curriculum. Join us as we uncover the hidden secrets of our most popular online anatomy tools for study and review for AFCP & M2 organ system courses! Register via the online registration form by Friday, August 16.
Stop by the Kresge Library Lobby to see the newest National Library of Medicine traveling exhibit: Rashes to Research: Scientists and Parents Confront the 1964 Rubella Epidemic celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the first viable rubella vaccine! The exhibit chronicles the strategies used by experts and families to limit exposure and complications of rubella prior to the vaccine developed by two NIH researchers, Harry M. Meyer, Jr. and Paul Parkman. For more information visit the exhibit website and digital gallery.
Join the Medical Library for our 6th Annual Open House to mingle with our new students, share light refreshments, and kick off the new academic year! All are welcome to attend! RSVP via the online registration form.
In observance of the Fourth of July holiday, Kresge Library, including all Medical Library spaces, will have the following hours:
observance of the Memorial Day holiday weekend, Kresge Library,
including all Medical Library spaces, will have the following hours:
The Medical Library is hosting our annual Mobile Apps Fair! Stop by our table to download the essential clerkship apps to your mobile devices, including clinical information resources to use at the point-of-care, drug information resources, flashcards, and more! No RSVP required...just stop on by!
With the upcoming Step 1 exam, just a gentle reminder to please be mindful of noise level while studying in the Medical Library Collaborative Study Room. We have had reports of noise migrating over to the Quiet Study Room and want to be respectful of that space. Thank you for your understanding and good luck, M2s, on your Step 1 exams!
The Medical Library is pleased to host the National Library of Medicine traveling exhibit "For All the People: A Century of Citizen Action in Healthcare Reform," on display now through April 26 in the Kresge Library Lobby. The exhibit chronicles the role of ordinary citizens and communities as advocates for health care change over the last century. Check out the accompanying online exhibition that features a fascinating collection of historical photos and documents.
We are pleased to announce that all Medical Library study spaces have reopened and are available to students for study! As minor repairs continue on the 1st Floor of Kresge Library, please excuse our dust; we apologize for any inconvenience. Medical Library faculty and staff have also returned to the Medical Library Office with office hours continuing as usual.
Special guest speaker Joanna Thielen, Assistant Professor & Research Data Librarian at OU Libraries, will share simple strategies for managing your data so you can easily find it, pick up your project months later without problem, and share your data with your team or perhaps even a future student!
Lunch will be provided so please RSVP to the online registration form by Wednesday, March 6.
We are currently experiencing issues with the Kresge Library Get It full text links in PubMed. The full text of journal articles are still available and, as an alternative, please copy and paste the title of an article into the LibraryOne Search tool. If you are still unable to locate the full text, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.