When you think of fortunetelling, what comes to mind? Tarot cards? Horoscopes? Chances are you’ve come across palmistry at some point, but what about metoposcopy?
While WashU is engaged in a variety of initiatives supporting open scholarship — and we encourage you to review other Open October programs to learn about them — one that merits special attention this year is WashU’s participation in the Higher Education Leadership Initiative for Open Scholarship (HELIOS).
AccessEmergency Medicine is an online resource providing unique benefits to support student and resident education and clinical practice through many interactive features.
Want a resource from Olin Library but don’t have time to trek over to the Danforth Campus to fetch it? Need a book from the Brown School, but don’t want to pay for interlibrary loan? Then simply use Becker Medical Library as your preferred pickup location for material from all Washington University campus libraries. Search for [Read more]
If you were in need of cathartic release in the 19th-century, you might reach for Ayer’s Pills — but relief is the last thing you’d be feeling.
The WashU instance of MDClone, recently upgraded to version 6, offers a more intuitive and compact user interface than previous versions.
The Center for the History of Medicine is pleased to announce the eighth year of the reading group ‘Medicine and literature: Using medical humanities to enrich our professional lives’. This free program is open to the faculty and staff of Washington University, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children’s Hospital, and the Goldfarb School of Nursing.
Do you know someone who is passionate about helping scientists effectively share the benefits and impact of their work to diverse audiences?
Whether you’re new to WashU or returning to campus, Bernard Becker Medical Library is here to assist you with your education and research needs. Here are some of the resources and services we provide.