The Libraries will both close at 6pm on Wednesday, November 23rd and will remain closed Thursday, November 24th through Saturday, November 26th. The Isché Library will be open on Sunday, November 27th, from 9:30am to 10pm. The Dental Library will reopen on Monday, November 28th at 8am.
The LSU Health Isché Library would like to welcome our new librarian, Rowan Marye! Rowan joined us this month as our new Circulation Librarian and School of Nursing Liaison.
Rowan received their Master of Library and Information Science degree from University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL and their Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking from Louisiana State University. They have worked in public libraries in Illinois for over a decade. Most recently, they worked in a library consortium in central Illinois. They are excited to be back in New Orleans.
Thanks for joining us in welcoming Rowan to the team!
Due to a large price increase, limited functionality, and low usage, our subscription to the American Heart Association ebooks will be discontinued effective Monday, October 31, 2022. This includes BLS, ACLS, and PALS manuals. Both the downtown and dental libraries have copies of those manuals in print on reserve. If you need further assistance, please contact a Collection Development team member at LibraryTech@lsuhsc.edu.
On Wednesday, September 28th, Frank Wagner, M.D., SoM Class of 1961, will present his book “Two Men and a Hospital: the Evolution of Algiers General Hospital Via Henry A. LaRocca, M.D. & Ernest A. Schiro M.D.” in the Moreau Center at the University of Holy Cross.
The book details, in part through personal interviews and illustrations, how Algiers got its first hospital after 200 years of existence due the efforts of two men, including Dr. Henry A. LaRocca, who was part of LSU School of Medicine’s first graduating class in 1933.
The presentation is being hosted by the Blaine S. Kern Library at the University of Holy Cross. For more information, email email@example.com.
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The LSUHSC Libraries would like to welcome our new librarian, David Trillo! David was welcomed to the library in the beginning of September and will be the new Scholarly Communications Librarian. This position will provide the University support in promoting the academic research being published from our campus.
David received his Masters of Science and Library Science from the University of North Texas and a Bachelors of Arts in History with a minor in Geology. He previously worked at the University of Nevada Las Vegas in the Scholarly Communication Department at the Lied Library. David comes to us from El Paso, Texas and is eager to get to know New Orleans and the places to play racquetball.
Thanks for joining us in welcoming David to the team!
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The Dental Library closed today, August 25, 2022, at 10am due to the ongoing window remediation. We expect to re-open around September 7, 2022. The print collection will be unavailable during this time. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the chat service on our hompage if you need assistance. Thank you for understanding and your cooperation.
Last week the Chancellor’s Excellence award winners were announced and the Libraries’ own Rebecca Bealer was one of the recipients!
Rebecca has worked for the LSUHSC Libraries since 1996 in a variety of rolls. Most importantly for the campus, she was the team lead on rolling out our current off campus management system in 2018. She also is in charge of all the serials/journals for both of our libraries AND is a Mac expert on campus.
The Libraries (and our organization) are very lucky and proud to have her in our ranks
ClinicalKey will be performing system maintenance tomorrow morning, August 20th, from 6AM to 8AM our time. They are performing a systems upgrade and our access to materials may be interrupted during that time.
They do apologize for the the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
Bates’ Visual Guide includes over 200 streaming videos on physical examination, communication and interpersonal skills, and Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) clinical skills.
The visual guide can be used alongside the textbook, Bates’ Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking by Lynn Bickley, which the library subscribes to via the LWW Health Library: https://innopac.lsuhsc.edu/record=b1153440~S1.
Kathy Kerdolff retired yesterday. She had worked for the LSUHSC Libraries since May 1990. Prior to joining the Library as a Reference Librarian, Kathy had worked with Judith Caruthers, Director of Libraries, on a student internship in 1988 and helped with the plan to move the Libraries from the old Medical School Building and the Medical Education Building into the brand new Resource Center Building.
Kathy was the liaison to the School of Medicine since the program began in May 2005. She was active in state, regional and national library organizations, serving on a variety of committees and all levels and holding elected office at all three levels.
Kathy will continue working with the School of Medicine, Department of Surgery after her retirement and holds an emeritus appointment through that department.