The COVID19 pandemic has stimulated the public conversation on health equity and disparities. At the Countway Library, we’ve been engaged in this conversation with researchers from all our affiliates through shared work on class assignments, grant proposals, and reviews.
At Countway we know from the medical, dental, public health, and graduate students who are using us that being open has played a very positive role in helping them emerge from the shutdowns, accomplish their academic work, and feel less alone.
The Center for the History of Medicine is pleased to share information about the Boston Medical Library's 17th Annual J. Worth Estes Lecture with speaker Anne Harrington on Tuesday, March 2 at 7:00PM EST via Zoom.
In the midst of a difficult week filled with news of the disastrous weather conditions in Texas and the difficulties with signing up and locating vaccine appointments in our own state, there was some exciting news too...
Black History Month is celebrated in the US and Canada during the month of February, which was chosen for its significance as the birth month of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass, both legacy figures in the transformative timeline of black history and racial equality.
On Tuesday, Luciana and I presented to the HMS Business Continuity Task Force (BCTDF) an update on Countway's reopening. We discussed specifics as well as lessons learned and feedback from the students. We also showed pictures of the renovation to illustrate the variety of study spaces available for reservation.