H.M. Fishbon Memorial Library
Fishbon Video Newsletter
Issue 16 - January 2010 - Dermatology Books, Patient Health Library and Mount Zion Memories
This issue of the Fishbon Video Newsletter explores the Library’s extensive dermatology collection, most of which is a gift from Howard Maibach, M.D., we visit the new UCSF Patient Health Library, and we spend some time with Eugene Morita, M.D., retired Chief of Nuclear Medicine at Mount Zion.
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Thank you, Dr. Maibach
The dermatology collection of the Fishbon Library has many unique titles thanks to the generosity of Howard Maibach, M.D.
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UCSF Patient Health Library
Following renovations in the summer and fall of 2009, the new UCSF Patient Health Library opened December 1 as a comprehensive health information resource center for patients and their friends, family members, and partners.
Mount Zion Memories
A visit with Eugene Morita, M.D., former Chief of Nuclear Medicine at Mount Zion.
- 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
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Resources for Patients
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