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 our 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.
Accounts are active for one year and must be renewed yearly, during which time we will verify continued affiliation with UND. To renew your account, fill out the form above and choose the "Renewal" option for the first question.
When items are not available from our library, we partner with other libraries to try to request the materials be shared with or loaned to you. This system of partnerships is called interlibrary loan (ILL), and it allows us to obtain resources that we otherwise wouldn't be able to access. We have more information about signing up for an account and requesting materials on our website.
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.
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!