Equipment and facilities - Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library
Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library is the main library serving Bannatyne Campus, home to a variety of staff and materials specialized to serve the Health Sciences.
Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library is open to visitors, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday. The campus will remain on swipe card access outside of those hours.
The Health Sciences Library provides public access to 24 computers and one accessibility workstation on the main level of the library.
View NJM computers
Study space and room booking
Booking a group study room
UM faculty, staff and students with a valid UM ID card may book a group study room through our self-serve form.
Most rooms seat a maximum of 8 people: room 381 seats a maximum of 12 people. All rooms have a whiteboard and a flat panel monitor, plus wired & wireless network connections.
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba Board Room - Rm 385. Seats 30 people. Includes a whiteboard, fixed podium with data projector and screen. Any other equipment must be booked separately from the room.
Please submit all boardroom booking requests by e-mail to email@example.com, including a subject line of Boardroom Booking Request. Also include the following information in the message:
- Title of Event • Date Required
- Time Required (start to end)
- Number of People attending
- Contact Name
- UM Library ID # (14 digit number) /UM Staff ID # (14 digit number) of Contact Person
- Telephone Number
- E-mail Address
NOTE: When booking catered events, please keep in mind that the caterer will not have access to the room before your requested booking time.
Print, scan, photocopy
NJM Library has:
- 1 black & white printer
- 1 colour printer
- Printing is available in open libraries.
- You can print from your own device or use one of the Libraries' computers.
- To print, you will need to add funds to your Library Print account via the Library Print online portal.
- Flatbed scanners are available in most libraries.
- There is no cost for scanning.
- Photocopying is available in:
- Eckhardt Gramatté Music Library
- Elizabeth Dafoe Library
- Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library
- To photocopy, you will need to add funds to your Library Print account via the Library Print online portal.
Wireless and wired internet
Wireless access in the NJMHS Library and environs is available but restricted to UM students and staff with an UMNetID.
Open study carrels throughout the 200 and 300 level of the NJMHS Library are wired for personal laptop connection to the Internet.
Guidelines and rules
The Libraries wishes to provide as open and fair access to resources and services as possible.
We ask you to review our guidelines and rules for information about such things as accessing electronic resources and having food and beverages in libraries.
Rare books room
The Manitoba Medical College was founded in 1883, and survived the first dozen years of its existence without a library. In 1895 the College of Physicians and Surgeons contributed $750 towards the purchase of books for the library. In 1898 an additional $530 was donated by the Winnipeg Medico-Chirurgical Society. The collection was enhanced when Dr. William Boyd (Boyd's Pathology) visited the New York Academy of Medicine and convinced the Head of the Academy to donate duplicate copies of books to the library. In 1965 the room was named in honour of Dr. Ross Mitchell.
The collection contains approximately 1,300 works that are universally acknowledged as among the great treasures of medical literature. Classics, and other books that have made significant contributions to medical knowledge and are considered essential for the study of medical history, have added to the collection. Some of these titles are second or later editions or facsimiles, or collections published, in most cases, for the Sydenham Society or the new Sydenham Society.The collected editions are valuable since they often contain the first translation in English of important foreign papers, or works found nowhere else in print.
The collection consists mainly of English-language materials, although Latin, French and German texts are included.
Also on display is a large collection of antique medical instruments once used by country doctors.
Access to the Ross Mitchell Rare Book Room is by special request.
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
* Closed statutory holidays