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How Can We Assist You?
The medical library is happy to help you:
- Locate the right sources to answer your questions
- Understand how to better use our catalog and databases
- Create and troubleshoot literature search strategies
- Explore the feasibility of research topics
- Learn to manage documentation for research projects
- Brainstorm with you and/or your team for project ideas
- Locating and obtaining journal articles
Considering A Research Project?
Not sure how to find “what’s out there”—or if there’s anything out there to find?
Invite a librarian to help you with your “pre-search”!
We’re happy to meet with you individually or with your small group to help you structure your search, focus your project, locate sources and document your research.
Contact Jane Moran or Sarah Wade for more information or to schedule an appointment.
For Clinical Supervisors
Community Faculty Resources
This collection is especially for your clinical supervisor. If he or she cannot access this collection, please ask them to contact the medical library @ 910-814-7700.
About the Textbooks in this Guide
Whenever possible, the medical library purchases and makes available textbooks as ebooks. However, not all textbooks exist in a format that is available for institutional (library) purchase. Please be sure to check your book list to ensure you have all the books you are required to have.
We want to hear from you!
Do you have comments, questions, suggestions for improving this guide, our services or collections? Please let us know!
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