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Health Sciences Library News

Health Sciences Library News

Read the latest news from the Health Science Library. 

UCT Libraries Closed on 9 August
Monday, August 7, 2017 - 08:30

UCT Libraries will be closed for Women's Day on the 9th of August 2017. The Hlanganani 24/7 study space will be available for use during this time.

UCT Libraries Closed on 25 September
Monday, September 18, 2017 - 08:00

UCT Libraries will be closed for the Public Holiday on Monday, 25 September. The Hlanganani 24/7 study area will be available for use during this time.

EndNote Training Sessions
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 - 11:00

Please join us for two lunchtime introductory EndNote sessions at the Health Sciences Library:

EndNote (Windows)
Date: Tuesday, 22 August
Time: 13h00 – 14h00
Venue: Health Sciences Library, Training Room (level 8)
Register

Fagan’s Fêted Open Access Book
Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 11:30

Professor Johannes Fagan’s acclaimed surgical encyclopaedia Open Access Atlas of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Operative Surgery, which has been published online and accessed for free by doctors and students the world over, was named best Open Book in the International 2017 Open Educational Resources & Project Awards for Open Education Excellence. Fagan, of UCT’s Division of Otorhinolaryngology, will receive the award on 9 March.

Books
E-Books
Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 09:30

Preparing for exams? Don’t forget that many important textbooks are available online. See our library guide for instructions on how to access the ebooks.

Dr Ntobeko Ntusi, New HOD for Medicine
New HOD for Medicine, Dr Ntobeko Ntusi
Thursday, August 18, 2016 - 11:45

Dr Ntobeko Ntusi has been appointed as the new Head of the Department (HOD) of Medicine, from November 2016.  Dr Ntusi replaces Professor Bongani Mayosi, who is Dean designate for the Faculty of Health Sciences.

UR@UCT
Health Sciences Research in UR@UCT
Wednesday, June 22, 2016 - 16:00

The latest issue of UR@UCT contains articles highlighting some of the research presented by undergraduates at the Faculty of Health Sciences annual Undergraduate Research Day 2015. 

UCT Library Access
Monday, February 15, 2016 - 13:00

We would like to remind our users to carry your UCT ID card with you at all times. All library patrons are required to carry their UCT ID cards as the Libraries' regulations might require you to present it. Please help us to ensure our Libraries are used in a responsible manner. 

Debit card
UCT Libraries goes cashless
Monday, December 21, 2015 - 09:30

From January 2016, UCT Libraries has decided to go cashless, and the reasons are three-fold:

to reduce the costs of handling cash across all the libraries (money will be saved on cash collection fees, bank charges and staff resources); to reduce the infrastructure requirements for cash handling and storage and; to reduce the potential physical risk to staff and students.

The move to a cashless environment will make our financial operations more efficient and cost effective.

Professor Bongani Mayosi.
Appointment of new Dean of Health Sciences at UCT
Tuesday, November 17, 2015 - 14:00

Professor Bongani Mayosi, the Head of the Department of Medicine, has been appointed the new Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Cape Town. He will take up his post on 1 September 2016, after completing a sabbatical at Harvard University from January to August 2016.

UpToDate
Introducing UpToDate® Anywhere
Tuesday, November 10, 2015 - 11:45

UpToDate includes more than 10,500 topics covering general internal medicine and more than 20 specialties; a select drug database and drug interaction tool (in partnership with Lexicomp®); nearly 1,500 patient education topics; more than 28,000 graphics; and links to more than 400,000 references.

Clinical Research Data Management At UCT: Know Your Options
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 - 10:15

Effective clinical data management is key to generating high-quality, reliable and statistically sound data from clinical trials. It is the process of collecting, cleaning and managing clinical data in compliance with regulatory standards. The data that comes out of a clinical trial needs to be high quality data, that is, data that is accurate and suitable for statistical analysis. A researcher does not want to run the risk of having their work disregarded because of missing or inaccurate data.

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