Introducing….Wednesdays at Werner Library, a new lecture series at Werner Medical Library

Tired of boring lunches spent eating in front of your computer? Then be sure to join us for Werner Medical Library’s new lecture series held on the last Wednesday of every month at noon in the library.

The Wednesdays at Werner Library monthly programs will showcase a broad range of topics related to special interest, hobbies, health, technology, and research. Each presentation will feature a discussion by a guest speaker or WML staff member. The programs are scheduled from noon to approximately 1:00 p.m. and held in the Library.

Wednesdays at Werner Library is free and open to all RRH team members. Feel free to invite your colleagues and bring your lunch!

To kick off the new lecture series in January, join veterinarian Dr. Maureen Zagursky for a discussion on pet care for your dog or cat. Do you have questions about pet medicines, nutrition or pet-proofing your home? Come and hear answers to these questions and more!

In February, delve into VisualDx with consultant Sarah Steffler. VisualDx is a point of care tool that contains nearly 30,000 medical images and covers more than 1,300 pediatric and adult conditions. Join Sarah to learn more about how to use this important clinical tool!

Are you a tea drinker? Then you won’t want to miss March’s guest speaker, Jack Porcello. Unravel the mysteries of tea and more as you learn how to make that perfect cup!

Have an idea for a discussion or guest speaker? Would you like to present on a topic? Contact the library with your suggestions for topics and speakers!

For more information about Wednesdays at Werner Library, please contact the library at 922-4743 or email

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