The Mulford Library is here to make sure that you have the information that you need to be successful as a learner, researcher, and clinician. This LibGuide will point you to some of the books, journals, and other resources that are available. Just as important as the resources themselves are the services that we provide, particularly the research and educational services provided by the Mulford librarians:
You can contact a librarian by phone, email, in-person, or IM. For details, see Mulford Reference Assistance.
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* New to EndNote? It's a program that manages references and can be used to cite and format references in papers and manuscripts. Check out the EndNote LibGuide for more information, including instructions for downloading EndNote to your computer.
Here's an overview of tools you can use to find specific kinds of information:
MULFORD WEB SITE: Bookmark us! We've designed our pages to provide easy access to the resources you need most! Access PubMed@UT from the web site, so you will have access to all of our full-text journals.
LIBRARY CATALOG: Search this to see if the UT Libraries has a particular book, journal, or other items. The catalog includes information on both print and online sources, including online textbooks.
What if we don't have what you need? For books, see if it is available from OhioLINK. For articles and books not available through OhioLINK, use interlibrary loan (ILLiad). We will get what you need at no cost to you!
DATABASES: Use databases like PubMed, CINAHL, Embase, and Web of Science to find articles on a topic. Access them through the Mulford web page for easy access on or off campus.
POINT-OF-CARE RESOURCES: The Mulford Library provides access DynaMed and ClinicalKey (which includes Procedures Consult and First Consult). Drug, diagnostic, and procedures information can also be found in AccessMedicine. The College of Medicine and Life Sciences licenses VisualDx and UpToDate, and we make them available on the Library's web page for ease of access.
GOOGLE/GOOGLE SCHOLAR: Contrary to popular opinion, librarians love Google and so should you! Google and Google Scholar can find resources that are not indexed in other databases. Need statistics or reports from government agencies or professional organizations? Google is probably your best bet.
LIBRARIANS: Contact Mulford Reference Assistance with your questions!