News and Events

October 2021

The Ohio State University Libraries and the Health Sciences Library have entered into a three-year Unlimited Publishing Agreement with the Public Library of Science (PLOS) (external link), the Center… more

September 2021

We are proud to share that The Ohio State University Health Sciences Library has been accepted into the Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) Region 6 Partner Outreach Program (POP)… more
The Health Sciences Library is now open to all OSU students, faculty and staff via card swipe access to Prior Hall. Until further notice: in alignment with university guidelines, all individuals… more
The Health Sciences Library is pleased to offer extended library access (ELA) as a service to our visitors. ELA refers to pre-approved access to the library outside of normal library operating… more

August 2021

We're making it easier for our off-campus website visitors to access HSL online resources! Now, simply find the resource you're looking for on the HSL homepage or anywhere in the website, click on… more
Welcome to the Health Sciences Library's Renovated 3rd Floor!   The HSL's 3rd floor has been transformed from generally a single, large space into several distinct zones, in response to student… more

April 2021

A journal article illustration by HSL Medical Visuals Lead Medical Illustrator, Anthony Baker, was selected for the cover of the October 2020 issue of Acta Neurochirurgica. Tony was also the model… more

March 2021

Kerry Dhakal, MAA, MLS, HSL Research and Education Librarian, Assistant Professor, co-authored a systematic review that earned the 2020 Paper of the Year Award from the American Journal of Health… more

The Health Sciences Library provides access to electronic books, databases, journals and more that can be used to support virtual learning.  This page provides helpful information and tips for using… more
Visit HSL's Covid-19 guide at  This specially constructed guide pulls together research and clinical guidelines on topics connected to COVID-19.
An updated version of PubMed is now available. The new PubMed will become the default in spring 2020 and will ultimately replace the legacy version.   Features of the new PubMed include improved… more

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