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Visit the new exhibit at UAB’s Alabama Museum of the Health Sciences, focused on themes of women’s health throughout history.
With people consuming media from dozens of different news sources, including social media, a UAB librarian explains how to avoid mistaking mis- or disinformation for the real thing.
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UAB Libraries has expanded access to printed materials for all Alabamians.    
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Professor Emeritus Michael Flannery will talk about five native Alabama plants with curative powers Feb. 27, and work with students researching botanicals for an art exhibition later this year.

Washington, author of “Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present,” will speak about how legacies of violence and exploitation impact the medical system today.
Jorge de la Torre, M.D., professor and director of the UAB Division of Plastic Surgery, will serve a one-year term as president of the Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

UAB Libraries receives funding from Adobe for digital enhancement.

UAB Libraries acquires new primary-source collections related to African American history and culture.
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UAB hopes to gather the stories of students, faculty, staff and health care workers during the COVID-19 era and document them for historical purposes.
Teaching art to medical students helps improve their observational skills in clinical encounters, their perceptions of biases, and their tolerance of ambiguity or uncertainty.
Enhanced technologies at UAB’s Lister Hill Library allow education and research to be conducted in a virtual space by students, faculty and staff.
Holiday partnership between UAB Information Technology and UAB Libraries focuses on community giving and engagement through annual toy drive.
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Every day, more than 115 Americans die after overdosing on opioids.
UAB Libraries’ strategic plan priorities include initiatives to grow, adapt, innovate and become a model 21st century leader in providing resources and services for students, faculty and patients.