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Allied Health Sciences: PhD and Post-Doc Resources

Surprise! Things you can check out

Some things you might not have realized you can check out at the 1st floor User Services Desk:

  • Erasers and markers for white boards
  • Device chargers (phones, mobiles, laptops)
  • Laptops
  • Skeletons
  • MAC and HDMI dongles
  • Note: checkout periods and whether items must stay at HSL vary.  Ask at the desk for assistance. 
  • Valid ID's for check-out include UNC OneCard, UNC Hospital badge, US Passport, NC Driver's License

PhD Posters (poster printing) Drop-Off:  Right near the 1st floor User Services Desk

NEW:  Digital Health Device Collection

  • activity and sleep trackers, vitals metrics, mindfulness, and more!
  • website
  • download .pdf brochure
  • devices A-Z
  • Devices are available for checkout Monday-Friday from 8am to 4:30pm. You may request them at the User Services Desk or by emailing Lynn Eades at A consultation is required before devices can be checked out

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Ask-Us (Ask-a-Librarian)

Help from HSL: use red "Ask Us" button at top right of any HSL web page or click link above. Options:

  • Chat (available 9 - 5 pm on weekdays)
  • Phone (available 9 - 5 pm on weekdays)
  • Email (response within 24 hours)
  • Text
  • Individual consultations with a librarian (according to availability and scheduling)
  • Online knowledge base (FAQ's)

Online Resource Guides

HSL's Allied Health Sciences Resource Guides

Some HSL resources for Allied Health Sciences PhD students and post-docs:

HSL Online Guides

HSL has an abundance of online guides that provide thorough and up-to-date information on anything from how to cite your research properly, to general subject research guides related to Allied Health. The HSL guides are a great place to start looking if you have general questions about a topic and can be a good jumping off point for your research topic. 

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