Online exhibit featuring highlights from the Civil War Medicine exhibit.
Presentation by Dr. Sheena Eagan, “The History of PTSD: How Cultural Narratives Affect the Patient Experience” to be given on Monday April 9 at 4:30PM in Laupus Library.
Did you happen to miss the last Medical History Interest Group lecture, Clara Louise Maass: Servant Nurse Leader Undaunted, presented by Professor and Director, MSN Nursing Education, Carol E. Winters, PhD, RN, CNE? If so, no worries. Laupus Library invites you to watch the video by visiting http://www.ecu.edu/cs-dhs/laupuslibrary/HOM/archives.cfm.
The Laupus Library’s History Collections has many Patent Medicine Trade Cards. Each advertises a product that claims to relieve a variety of maladies.
Presentation by Dr. John Lehman, Vaccines: Successes and Tribulations to be given on Monday November 13 at 4:30PM in Laupus Library.
Presentation by Dr. Peter B. Wagner, D.O., The History of Diving Medicine to be given on Monday October 23 at 4:30PM in Laupus Library.
The Laupus Library History Collections presents a new exhibit, “Nature’s Remedies: Traditions of Botanical Medicine,” currently on display in the Evelyn Fike Laupus Gallery on the 4th Floor of Laupus Library.
Presentation by E. Daniel Shingleton, MSW Social Work, In The Beginning….The Tar Heel State and Public Health to be given on Monday April 10 at 4:30PM in Laupus Library.
Presentation by Lisa Yarger, MA Folklore, Freelance Writer and Bookshop Owner, Munich, Germany: Call the (Eastern North Carolina) Midwife: The Remarkable Career of Lovie Beard Shelton to be given on Monday March27 at 4:30PM in Laupus Library.
Presentation by Dr. Todd Savitt, Professor of Bioethics & Interdisciplinary Studies: Race, Medicine, Authorship, and the “Discovery” of Sickle Cell Disease, 1910-1911 to be given on Monday February 27 at 4:30PM in Laupus Library.