Topic guides on subjects such as consumer health, women's health, evidence-based medicine (EBM), an evidence-based decision making (EBDM) & journal club guide, mobile apps in the health sciences, resources for pharmacists, Hispanic health, and much more.
How to check out a study room at Health Sciences Library Tucson
Also, see the Health Science Library's YouTube channel.
Here's a self-paced interactive tutorial to guide you in finding what you need in the library catalog.
MEDLINE/PubMed introduction: interactive web-based tutorial
Ovid tutorials: link to Ovid's online tutorials
Pubget: link to YouTube videos for Pubget
NLM tutorials on PubMed: short video tutorials from the National Library of Medicine. Learn how to use features in PubMed & MyNCBI, including filters, the MeSH database, email alerts, building queries, and more.
STAT!Ref app: link to Health Sciences Library web page about how to set up the STAT!Ref app for mobile devices.
RefWorks is free to UA affiliates. To get started, create an account.
Tutorial basics: RefWorks online tutorial videos with print handouts
EndNote Online is free to UA affiliates. Access it via Web of Science, then click on the "Endnote" tab at the top of the page to sign in or register a new account. Use your UA email address.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) access policy and your grant: a 07:30 video presentation by the NYU Health Sciences Libraries. This video clarifies the NIH public access policy and offers guidance on ensuring your manuscripts are available to the public according to the guidelines of the policy. Also, see grant support.
My Bibliography: Public access compliance: a 3:27 video presentation by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) and the National Library of Medicine (NLM). This video helps NIH-funded scientists use My Bibliography to link funding to their citations and manage compliance with the NIH public access policy. Also, see grant support.