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We're Hiring: Administrative Assistant position open at RLML

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The Ruth Lilly Medical Library seeks a talented individual for the position of Administrative Assistant. This role provides administrative support to facilitate day-to-day administrative activities of the library and works closely with the administrative team. We would like to invite you to visit the Indiana University careers site to initiate your application process: https://jobs.iu.edu. Direct […]

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Celebrating One Year of Innovation: Ruth Lilly Medical Library Makerspace Showcases VR Resources for Medical Students

Makerspace Anniversary spotlights VR

The Ruth Lilly Medical Library Makerspace celebrated its first anniversary on May 19th, 2023, with an event that aimed to not only commemorate the milestone but also educate medical students about the exciting Virtual Reality resources available on campus. The event brought together RLML Makerspace staff members, IU Health Medical Library representative Jason Lilly, University […]

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Makerspace Creates Birth Canal for Fairbanks Simulation Center Birthing Mannequin

Makerspace Birth Canal Project original, and new!

Ruth Lilly Medical Library Makerspace staff members, Cassandra Jones and Amanda Papandreou, recently completed a unique long-term project to create a replacement birth canal for the Fairbanks Simulation Center’s birthing mannequin! The use of simulation mannequins is an essential tool used to help train medical professionals and hone their skills and knowledge in obstetrics and […]

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Makerspace Anniversary and VR Experience – Happening May 19th!

Makerspace Anniversary VR Experience, May 19th from 11am to 2pm in the Ruth Lilly Medical Library (RLML).

To celebrate the Ruth Lilly Medical Library Makerspace’s first anniversary, RLML Makerspace staff have partnered with Virtual Reality specialists from across the IUPUI campus to provide IU School of Medicine students, faculty, and staff with a hands-on VR experience in the Medical Library on May 19! RLML Makerspace staff members, Cassandra Jones and Amanda Papandreou, […]

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Final John Shaw Billings History of Medicine Spring Lecture Series Recording Available

The Lessons of the Holocaust for Healthcare: Personal, Professional, and Historical Reflections, April 17, #SilversLecture, #JSB

The final John Shaw Billings History of Medicine Spring Series lecture was given on April 17th By Dr. Alex Kor: "The Lessons of the Holocaust for Healthcare: Personal, Professional, and Historical Reflections". The event was part of the Indiana University Center for Bioethics Dr. William S. Silvers Holocaust, Genocide, and Contemporary Bioethics Lectureship and was […]

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Ruth Lilly Medical Library Makerspace Offers 3D-Printed Larynx Workshop for IU School of Medicine Anesthesiology Class

3d-Printed Larynx produced in a March RLML Makerspace Workshop for Anesthesiologist students.

Master's Students in the Anesthesiologist Assistant Program listen as Nexus Manager Cassandra Jones explains how to use TinkerCAD, a beginner-friendly free 3D modeling software. The Ruth Lilly Medical Library (RLML) Makerspace provides medical students and faculty members access to tools and equipment for prototyping and design. Makerspaces like the one at RLML are becoming increasingly […]

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John Shaw Billings History of Medicine Series Spotlights the History of Electronic Medical Records and Their Impact on Healthcare

John Shaw Billings History of Medicine Lecture, "From Paper to Purgatory: The History of Medical Records and Their Impact on Healthcare" with speaker Bill Tierney, given April 5, 2023.

On Wednesday, April 5th, the John Shaw Billings History of Medicine Society and Ruth Lilly Medical Library co-sponsored a lecture titled “From Paper to Purgatory: The History of Electronic Medical Records and Their Impact on Healthcare” with speaker Bill Tierney, MD of the IU Fairbanks School of Public Health. The lecture was part of the […]

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