Tucker the therapy dog from the UVM Living Well program will be visiting Dana on Fridays in January from 11:30-12:30. Stop by for some stress relief and tail wags. Hosted by the Dana Library in conjunction with the College of Medicine.
Therapy dogs are trained to provide comfort and kindness to all individuals. Studies have shown that spending even a short amount of time with an animal may significantly decrease one’s overall anxiety level.
Photo of Tucker courtesy of Living Well.
A new Clinical Pharmacology app for Apple and Android mobile devices is now available to UVM users. It offers fast searching of high-quality drug information in a mobile friendly format. The content is stored on your device, so you can access it even when offline.
Clinical Pharmacology Mobile contains selected core content from Clinical Pharmacology online:
- Drug monographs both adult and pediatric
- Indications, including on and off label
- Contraindications and Precautions
- Drug Images
- IV compatibility
- Drug-drug interactions report
The app is available for free for Apple or Android devices; UVM users must register for full content access. See the Dana mobile apps guide (http://researchguides.uvm.edu/mobile) for instructions on how to download and authenticate the app.
For more information contact Alice Stokes at email@example.com
Borrowing items from the Library can help you out when you have forgotten your gear at home.
Our Library staff members can help with assorted items that you might need. We offer the following list :
White Boards and markers
Power Cords for your laptop
A pen for your Notebook
A computer mouse
All of these items are ready, available and easy to sign out. Please ask about any of these items at the Circulation desk.
– For more information contact the Circulation Desk at 802-656-2200.