The library and LRC are now offering wireless printing! Thanks to JABSOM IT for making this possible, we know the students will be pleased with this added convenience. Students, you may print wirelessly from your iPads using the PrinterOn app. Need help setting it up? Come see us at the information desk. Advertisements

We’ve added more new books to our Reserve collection, follow the links for more information. Come visit us at the information desk if you need any help finding one of these new books. Essentials of Medical Biochemistry: With Clinical Cases Nolte’s the Human Brain: An Introduction to its Functional Anatomy Red Book: 2015 Report of […]

We have added new books to our collection! Case Files: Psychiatry  First Aid for the USMLE step 1 2016 : a student-to-student guide  First Aid for the USMLE Step 2 CK  First Aid for the Obstetrics & Gynecology Clerkship High-Yield Neuroanatomy Hoffbrand’s Essential Haematology Neonatology: Management, Procedures, On-Call Problems, Diseases and Drugs

MS2s, we hear you’re currently up to your gills in neuroanatomy but not to worry, you’re halfway through it and to help you out we’ve searched our library literature to see what we can do to help. Below is a list of vetted neuroanatomy study tools courtesy of a recent article by Zachary Sharrow of […]

Welcome our new director, Kristen (Kris) Anderson! Director Anderson completed her MLIS at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 1990. She went on to earn her MPH in 1996. She has served as a Science and Technology Librarian at Hamilton Library, for 23 years and she is active in professional associations, serves on the […]

We bid a fond farewell and happy retirement to Virginia “Ginny” Tanji, Library Director of the UHM John A. Burns School of Medicine Health Sciences Library, after 25 years of dedicated service to the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Ginnyretired on December 31, 2014. Ginny got her start in medical libraries at the Dana Medical Library at […]

New to our collection: Being Mortal: medicine and what matters in the end Huakaʻi : 2014 Native Hawaiian educational assessment How can I help?: stories and reflections on service Scrolling forward: making sense of documents in the digital age

Effective January 2015, our public hours changed to: Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm Closed Saturday and Sundays Upcoming exceptions to regular hours: President’s Day, Monday, February 16 Prince Kuhio Day, Thursday, March 26 Good Friday, April 3 Memorial Day, Monday, May 25 King Kamehameha Day, Thursday, June 11

The holiday season is upon us again. While you’re out shopping remember our HOME (Homeless Outreach and Medical Education) Project Angel Tree! Give pleasure to a homeless child with a gift donation of books, clothes, toys and other treats. Choose one or more ornaments from our tree, sign a pledge, and return unwrapped gifts to […]

Native Voices: Native People’s Concept of Health and Illness, is a  traveling exhibit sponsored by the National Library of Medicine currently on view at the Health Sciences Library. The exhibit examines health and medicine among contemporary Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians, and explores the connection between wellness, illness, healing, and cultural life through […]