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There are two Augusta University libraries, Reese Library on the Summerville campus and Greenblatt Library on the Health Sciences campus. Augusta University Libraries provide books, ebooks, government publications, journals, audiovisuals, databases, historical collections, and more, in support of student and faculty research.

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 Areas: College of Nursing

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photo from article History of Mental Health Panel Discussion

History of Mental Health Panel Discussion

Post written by Maranda Christy On Thursday, January 25, 2024, The Robert B. Greenblatt, MD Library held a panel discussion, in conjunction with the National Library of Medicine traveling exhibit Care & Custody: Past Responses to Mental Health about the history of mental health care in the United States. The Dean of Libraries Brad Warren introduced the panel, which included guest speakers Dr. Vaughn McCall, the Department Chair of Psychiatry and Health Behavior, Dr. Wendy Turner, Professor in the Pamplin College Department of History, Anthropology and Philosophy, and Professor Morgan Fields, Director of the Bachelor of Social Work Program in…

photo from article CRSP and Compustat datasets now available via WRDS

CRSP and Compustat datasets now available via WRDS

Thanks to generous funding from Dean Mark Thompson in the Hull College of Business, the University Libraries have recently added two important datasets to the Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) platform.  The Libraries and the Hull College have a long-term partnership through the Libraries’ liaison librarian program that provides assistance with research guides, library instruction, and more.  This latest collaboration with the Libraries providing the subscription to the main WRDS platform and the Hull College providing the new datasets only solidifies our partnership.  The new datasets include information from the Center for Research in Security Prices (CRSP) and Compustat from…

photo from article Care & Custody Traveling Exhibit

Care & Custody Traveling Exhibit

The Robert B. Greenblatt, MD Library is currently hosting a traveling exhibit on loan from the National Library of Medicine. The Care & Custody: Past Responses to Mental Health exhibit examines the historical treatment of mental health conditions in the United States. It begins with the asylums and institutions that were established in the 19th century to care for those suffering with mental health illness and concludes with the development of community health centers in the mid-20th century.   On Thursday, January 25, 4:30-5:30pm a panel discussion regarding the history of mental health will be held in the Historical Collections and…

Discussion group sitting in a circle inside the Reese Room at the Reese Library

Book Discussion on the “Problem of Disabled Veterans”

On December 6th, Reese Library held a book discussion of the book Paying with Their Bodies: American War and the Problem of Disabled Veteran by John M. Kinder. This event was held in concordance with the National Library of Medicine traveling exhibit now on display Life and Limb: The Toll of the American Civil War. While the exhibit focuses on disabled veterans and their experiences during and after the American Civil War, Kinder’s book takes a broader look at the treatment of disabled war veterans throughout history in the United States. During the book discussion, participants discussed similarities in how…




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