Fagsnack photo with audience in the library

The library regularly organizes exhibitions, lectures and debates in our facilities. We also collaborate with other actors at NTNU, for events like Writing Evening, Global Health Day and Researchers Night.

Fagsnakk is the library's montly lunchtime event for communicating research to a wider audience. These events are free and open to anyone interested. 


Communicating research

Would you like to communicate your research to a wider audience? Do you have an idea for an exhibition or an academic event in the library? You are welcome to get in touch with us for practical information.

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Events

Contact

Medicine and Health Library

The Knowledge Center, Olav Kyrres gt. 10, 2.etg
Phone: +47 72 57 66 80
E-mail: post@bmh.ntnu.no

Postal address: Olav Kyrres gt 10, 7006 Trondheim

Opening hours

Mon-Thu: 08:30-20:00
Friday: 08:30-18:00
Saturday: Closed

Christmas and New Year

Last evening open 15 Dec
18 - 22 Dec: 8:30 -15:30
23 Dec -1 Jan: CLOSED
2 -5 Jan: 8:30 -15:30


Ordinary opening hours from January 8

Subject page for Medicine and Health


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Lagre

Visual vitamins

The art collection at St. Olav’s Hospital is one of the largest public collections outside the art institutions in Norway. Architecture and art are deliberately designed as an integral part of the treatment environment at the university hospital.


The Museum of Medicine

We are next door to the Museum of Medicine on the third floor of the Knowledge Centre. The museum has exhibitions on both the history of medicine and topical themes.

 

Bilde fra utstillingen Ung helseNew exhibition: Young Health (in Norwegian)

The exhibition is about being a child in hospital. Perhaps you have been to a hospital yourself as a child, or have parents or grandparents who where all alone in a hospital when they were young? Hands-on activities and educational programme for children and young people.


The Friday Lecture

The Friday Lecture (Fredagsforelesningen) is held every Friday from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. in KA12 on the first floor of the Knowledge Centre. It is organized in cooperation between the Faculty of Medicine and St. Olavs Hospital. Mostly in Norwegian.