Students, Staff, and Faculty, there’s a great way to keep up with the happenings of the Health Sciences Library and the Anschutz Medical Campus: subscribe to the monthly Newsletter, the Appendix! You’ll find info on upcoming events, great new resources, staff bios, suggestions for easier access, improved services, and more! The highlights of our blog, compiled and delivered directly to your inbox. The subscription process is easy, and if you change your mind down the road, so is unsubscribing. (Although we will be sorry to see you go!) Browse through our past issues, and subscribe here!
Healing Herbal Teas
A complete guide to making delicious, healthful beverages
“…Want to customize your own herbal blends? Mars, who is often applauded for her ability to bring together the wisdom of disparate healing traditions, shows you how, offering basic guidelines as well as theories from different cultures and eras. And, as Mars explains, teas are not just for sipping! For treating everything from wounds and rashes to sore muscles, colds and flu, and dandruff, try topical applications of tea.
If you become a true tea aficionado, you’ll want to share your passion by indulging in the high culture of tea: tea parties. These events can be organized to welcome guests, to renew friendships, or to simply celebrate life. Inside, you’ll find ideas for organizing tea parties, as well as Mars’ favorite recipes to serve with teas.”
3rd floor Special Collections, Indigenous
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Subscribe to the HSL newsletter? Miss some of the issues or looking for an article from a past issue? Now you can read past issues in the digital repository!
HSL’s newsletter, The Appendix, is now available here in the digital repository, Digital Collections of Colorado. The most of past issues have been posted on the library’s webpage, but only the archive from 2009-2016 is available. Now you can view all of the issues since the newsletter began in December 2007. The issues are also searchable in the repository if you are looking for a particular article or topic, and all the issues are available as PDFs.
If you are also wondering what the digital repository is, you can explore the digital collections here. You can see the historic collections from when the library was Denison on the Colorado Medical Center Campus, and other collections like the theses and dissertations. HSL is also always looking for submissions if you are interested in submitting something to the digital archive!
The Health Sciences Library and the Strauss-Wisneski Collection Committee are a few of the collaborators organizing an upcoming conference that will look at healing, wholeness and resiliency. Join us for the Bringing Health and Care Back to Healthcare conference that will take place on January 18, 2018.
Our panel of health care innovators will share insights, proven holistic concepts and provide a toolkit which participants can immediately use to enhance their practice, the lives of their patients and their personal well-being.
The program is grounded in proven, evidence-based research frameworks. We’ll also discover through experiential exercises, how to incorporate self-care and resiliency practices to awaken a vital new you and reignite passion for whole-person caring.
We’ll explore together how to bring healing and wholeness back to your personal support networks and workplace to:
- improve your health;
- decrease fatigue and burnout;
- reduce staff turnover; and
- improve patient outcomes and satisfaction.
Who should attend?
Everyone working in our health care systems that is interested in improving skills, communications and knowledge within care teams especially Nurses, Social Workers, APPs and Physicians.
For additional information, please visit the conference website.
HSL has a new ebook, Critical Care Toxicology: Diagnosis and Management of the Critically Poisoned Patient (second edition), Editors Jeffrey Brent, Keith Burkhart, Paul Dargan, Benjamin Hatten, Bruno Megarbane, Robert Palmer, and Julian White.
This is the first new ebook title from Springer. Most of the new ebooks at HSL up to this point have been from R2 Rittenhouse. There may be some differences with navigation because the ebook is from a different platform. Look at the right column by the chapter headings in the ‘Table of contents’ tab to download each chapter as a PDF, and click on the title of the chapter to see the online text. See more information in the right tab ‘About this book’, such as an introduction, keywords, editors, and bibliographic information.
Users can also download each chapter as a PDF while in the chapter webpage by clicking on ‘Download fulltext PDF’.
The library has access to a new Spanish language resource, Canopy. You can find Canopy listed on our databases page .
Canopy is a web-based medical Spanish training tool that teaches and provides practice for specialized medical concepts and terminology for common clinical scenarios. By beginning with a Medical Spanish Assessment, Canopy will recommend where to begin your training. The course provides three levels of learning with numerous lessons in each level catered to specific skills and vocabulary. The lessons are interactive and include practice for both written and spoken language.
Interested in trying out this new tool and improving your Spanish language skills for clinical practice? Contact Jason Wardell at email@example.com using your UCDenver email address to request your Canopy account.