H.M. Fishbon Memorial Library
Fishbon Video Newsletter
Issue 10 - June 2006 - Workshops, Memories and Art
Learn about the Library's upcoming workshops in PubMed and Endnote and join us for visits with cancer specialist Ernest H. Rosenbaum, M.D. and Cindy Perlis, Director of Mount Zion's award winning Art for Recovery program.
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Learn about the changes in PubMed, hone your search skills and manage your citations at one of the Library's upcoming workshops.
Tuesday, June 20
noon - 1pm
1:15pm - 2:15pm
Thursday, June 15
noon - 1pm
Thursday, June 22
11:30am - 12:30pm
1:00pm - 2:00pm
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Mount Zion Memories
We visit with Ernest H. Rosenbaum, M.D., cancer specialist and author, who's been with Mount Zion since 1964.
Art for Recovery
Cindy Perlis, director of the Art for Recovery program, discusses the healing power of art.
View the details for the Firefly Project's dramatic reading of letters between UCSF medical and nursing students and adults coping with life-threatening illness on the Parnassus campus on June 20.
- Issue 6, February 2005
- Issue 7, May 2005
- Issue 8, December 2005, Mount Zion Chronicles
- Issue 9, February 2006
- Issue 10, June 2006
- Issue 11, November 2006
- Issue 12, March 2007
- Issue 13, August 2007
- Issue 14, March 2008
- Issue 15, December 2008
- Issue 16, January 2010
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