Mary’s research collaboration with Claudia Reardon, M.D. could not be more timely.
Finding all the resources embedded in a library website can be daunting. Enjoy this video tour of Ebling’s website. Helpful staff and amazing databases, books, journals and services!
Ebling Book Club’s next book is an extraordinary read…
Ebling strives to offer representative health science, public health, and clinical resources to all.
A dedicated place for you to announce noteworthy events!
DEI resources for those seeking groups, articles, books, videos and blog posts with illuminating information on racism, anti-racism, white supremacy, marginalization and inclusion of people of color, etc….a “living” document to share and augment. There is often a health sciences emphasis but the resources are universal in their discussion points.
Please refer or add to this continually growing list of useful resources. Updated, 6-30-2020
Update: Not surprisingly, the CDC’s Director, Dr. Robert Redfield was called away on Centers for Disease Control (CDC) business, and his scheduled talk at UW’s Health Sciences Learning Center (HSLC) is being replaced with a …
Please join us for a scintillating lecture… Susan M. Reverby, PhD, presents “Escaping Melodrama: The US STD Experiments in Guatemala and the Difficulties for an Historian.” Reverby, the Marion Butler McLean Professor at Wellesley College, …
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