The health sciences library dates back to the founding of Tulane University in 1834 and is an essential resource for students, faculty, and staff.
SPHTM alumna Elaine R. Hicks, MS/LIS, MPH, MCHES is the liaison to the School. Librarian Amy Corder teaches in the undergraduate public health courses.
Workshops throughout the semester on
consultations on the above topics, or on other topics stated in your registration form.
These events are publicized in the weekly emails, the elevators, on the monitors around Tidewater, and on the MATAS-L listserv.
https://matas.tulane.edu/ • http://libguides.tulane.edu/ph
Reserve books may be checked out for two hours for library use only. Most reserve materials may also be checked out of the library two hours before closing and are due one hour after opening the next day. Fines of $1.00/hour are charged for overdue reserve items.
Holds may not be placed on Reserve items online, however users waiting for a book that is in Library Use, may request that the Library Desk "page them' when that book is returned to the desk. Paging is done on a first come, first serve basis, but requesters must remain in the Matas library for this service to be available.