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Homepage for the Fargo Clinical Campus Librarian


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Erika Johnson
UND - Medical Education Center
1919 Elm St. N, Room 222
Fargo, ND 58102
(701) 293-4173



Clinical / Community faculty members, occupational therapy and physical therapy field educators, physician assistant preceptors, fellows, and residents receive a number of benefits from the university. Among these benefits is access to the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences Library Resources online collections and search tools. Details about obtaining a library account and accessing resources follows. For information about additional benefits, contact the Office of Education and Faculty Affairs.

Apply for Account

Apply for an account

Who can apply?

  • UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences clinical/community faculty including fieldwork educators or clinical educators for Med Ed, O.T., P.T., P.A., or M.L.S. programs
  • College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines adjunct faculty
  • Human Nutrition Research Center staff and researchers
  • UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences residents and fellows
  • Altru residents
  • INBRE researchers

Please allow up to three days for processing of your application. Applications subject to approval.

Get Journal Articles

Get journal articles

  1. Access electronic resources (including Embase and PubMed) through the SMHS library's homepage.
  2. After clicking to access the electronic resource (i.e. PubMed), log in on the ODIN authentication page with your community/clinical faculty library account credentials.

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  3. Search for information and use the Find It @ SMHS button button to access full-text books and articles from many electronic resources.

Request Materials

Request materials not available at SMHS

  1. Apply for an Interlibrary Loan (ILL) user account here. (You will receive an email confirmation when your account has been approved.)

  2. Access search tools and look for the Find It @ SMHS button.

  3. If full-text access is not available, locate the Interlibrary Loan link in the menu on the Find It screen.

Note: We are currently working to align our new system with our Interlibrary Loan service. If you have any trouble locating materials, don't hesitate to Ask a Librarian for help. 

Additional Library Services

Additional library services

Training and consultations

Librarians provide personal consultations and instruction sessions. If you are working with a group of students, you can collaborate with a librarian to provide course-related library instruction. Contact your clinical campus librarian for more information.

Literature Searching

Contact your clinical campus librarian any time you want help. If you are  clinician searching for patient care information, preparing a conference presentation, or beginning a research study, your campus librarian will be happy to work with you. Librarians are experienced in structuring search strategies and understand how to leverage powerful interfaces. A librarian can help you take your search beyond PubMed. There are many databases available and a librarian can help you decide which of these may provide appropriate information on your topic.

Do you need help with something else research or library related?
Ask a librarian!