If you need assistance with performing a literature search, please feel free to contact me directly via: email@example.com or use the "Ask a Librarian" service to request assistance. You can also make an appointment so that we can discuss your topic.
The WHSC Library also provides a systematic review service. You can either contact me for more information or visit our SR page.
The Case Files are a well known collection of clinical vignettes, which include a case, the approach to treatment, clinical pearls, and comprehension questions. Login with your University NetID and password to access the Case Files. Emory University has access to the entire Case Files collections. If you register for a MyAccess profile, you can optimize all the features such as save answers, bookmark certain sections and more. The disciplines listed in the tabbed area are just a handful that are available. Some of the other Case Files include the following sections:
The Cardiology Case Files by Drs. Eugene C. Toy and Michael D. Faulx include the following topics:
Coronary and Vascular Diseases
Structural Heart Diseases
Consults and Complaints
Other Cardiac Diseases
The Emergency Medicine Case Files by Drs. Eugene C. Toy, Adam J. Rosh. Barry C. Simon. Katrin Y. Takenaka, and Terrence H. Liu include the following topics:
The Internal Medicine Case Files by Drs. Eugene C. Toy, John T. Patlan Jr, and Mark T. Warner cover the following topics:
The Pediatrics Case Files by Eugene C. Toy; Mark D. Hormann; Robert J. Yetman; Margaret C. McNeese; Sheela L. Lahoti; Mark Jason Sanders; Abby M. Geltemeyer cover the following topics:
The Surgery Case Files developed by Drs. Eugene C. Toy; Terrence H. Liu, Andre R. Campbell and Barnard J. A. Palmer include the following topics:
The entire Case Files collection is available here.
Learning a citation management program is essential to help build your own digital library and to streamline the bibliography process. While there are numerous citation management programs available, the following 3 are probably the best well known:
Emory University has a site license for the citation management program EndNote. You can download and install EndNote from the Software Express server with your University NetID and password. For Mac users running Big Sur, you will have to download EndNote 20 from the Software Express server.
For additional information regarding EndNote, visit the WHSC Library's EndNote guide.
There are other open source (free) citation management programs available like Mendeley and Zotero. Please visit the citation management page for more information.
Emory University Licenses Covidence, a tool that helps with the literature review process from deduplication of records, to the screening process, all the way to the extraction process. Covidence is available to all Emory faculty, staff, and students. Non-Emory individuals working on Emory projects can be added to a project, once an account has been established.
Course Reserves is a library service that allows instructors to make course materials available to students in the library and/or online.
Because this service manages both physical and electronic items, Course Reserves provides your students with both information on physical reserves available at the library and access to online materials.
Course Reserves employs an online reserves management system that allows you to manage reserves for your course, and provides your students with information on materials available at the library and online.
Course materials can be organized according to timeframe, subject matter or any other designation.
All courses reserves materials are automatically accessible through Canvas.
Create alerts for new content
To set up an alert in PubMed, perform a search and then use the Create alert function to receive alerts.
If Emory University does not have an article, book, or DVD you need, you can use the InterLibrary Loan Service. It is a free service provided by the Emory University Libraries for items unavailable in our print or online collections. Go to: https://illiad.library.emory.edu/ and login with your University NetID and password.
Once you are on the ILLiad page, choose an option:
Populate the online form and click Submit Request at the bottom.
You should receive the article (pdf) within 1-2 business days. If you are requesting a book it will take longer (between 10-14 business days). The lending library has to mail the physical book to Emory University.