Following on from last week’s post here is the second instalment of the Library’s alternative guide to the Barnard classification scheme which is used to arrange books and resources into categories on the shelves.
This instalment covers Classes F-J: F, Aetiology, unclassified diseases, effects of physical agents…
In January 2020, the LSHTM Archives Service ran three sessions during the School’s Wellbeing fortnight. This is an opportunity for staff to participate in activities that promote their wellbeing at work such as yoga, mindfulness and learning new skills. The idea for these sessions came from a conversation with…
On this day in 1924, the School became the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and received its Royal Charter.
The School originally opened as the London School of Tropical Medicine on 2nd October 1899 as part of the Seamen’s Hospital Society’s Branch Hospital at the Royal…
In 1936, Cyril Cuthbert Barnard (1894-1959) published the first edition of his Classification for Medical and Veterinary Libraries. Barnard was the School’s first Librarian, in post between 1921-1959. In selecting resources it soon became apparent to Barnard that the classification schemes available at the time were not…
International Women’s day, on 8 March, feels like the perfect opportunity to celebrate the ‘persistent’ spirit of Lady Mary Simpson, one of history’s lesser known figures.
Lady Mary Simpson was the wife of Sir William Simpson, an expert in tropical hygiene who after serving as the Chief Medical…
in the Library
If you’ve used the Library recently you’ll be aware that we
are having problems with cold in the main reading room. This is due to a
problem with broken radiators which has resulted in them all having to be
turned off. The Estates…
There’s happiness in love Peter mine that will raise our souls above, Peter mine, Hearts together we will roam through long ages yet to come Finding nature Truth our own…
Today is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. To mark the occasion we are shining a light on the life and work of Alice Ball. Ball was one of three women – along with Florence Nightingale and Marie Sklowdoska-Curie – added to LSHTM’s iconic frieze of medical…
World Cancer Day, 4th February 2020, seeks to raise awareness of the need for governments to take action against cancer.
The WHO states that low and middle-income countries will see a surge in new cases over coming years, as public health resources in these countries have long been directed…
InfoSkills Lunchtime sessions: Literature Searching – book now!
From Mon 2nd December to Fri 6th December.
Book a place on any session at http://bit.do/infoskills .
Who should attend:
MSC students who do not have literature searching sessions scheduled in your MSc programme timetable: please sign up these sessions.