Welcome to the Library Resource Guide for Medical Students
Last Updated: Feb 26, 2014
The links below point to textbook collections and point-of-care diagnostic systems.
In the UT libraries catalog page, click on "Connect to online resource" to get to the home page of AccessMedicine.
A clinical reference tool for physicians and other health care professionals
- Clinical Key
Provides full text medical textbooks and journal articles. Also contains procedural videos and a point of care/clinical summary feature called First Consult.
- Harrison's Online
Online Harrison's Internal Medicine
includes textbooks, information about procedures (including videos), surgical anatomy, DDx, etc.
Expert reviews of various medical topics (Unavailable off campus)
A visual diagnostic tool.
A special thank you to Misa Mi, Medical Librarian for originally authoring this guide.
Biomedical and life science literature (MEDLINE, PREMEDLINE)
- Cochrane Library
Systematic reviews, clinical trials
Psychology and psychiatry literature
- Ovid Medline
Biomedical and life science literature, a different interface to search MEDLINE
- Web of Science
Searching Science Citation Index and cited references
Searching obscure information, online preprint repositoriesor, any grey literature (not formerly published)
We have an extensive e-textbook collection available 24/7. Check below to see if your text is available electronically. If an exact match for your required textbook was not found, a suggestions is made for similar e-text.
- OhioLINK, the Ohio Library and Information Network, is a consortium of 88 Ohio college and university libraries, and the State Library of Ohio.
- Use the OhioLINK Library Catalog to find and request books online (try the search box below).
- Pick requested items up two to three days later at the Mulford Library, one of the participating libraries of the consortium.
- Materials from OhioLINK check out for 3 weeks, with up to 4 renewals online.