The UCSF Fresno Edward and Ann Hildebrand Medical Library features a beautiful academic facility with various services to assist physicians, faculty, residents, fellows, medical students and staff access current medical, scientific and research resources. The general public is also welcome.
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Accessibility for those with UCSF Fresno ID badge: Mon-Fri 6:00am-10:30pm
Elsevier Access Suspended: Click here to read about the unavailabilty of Elsevier articles
Thursday, April 4, 2019
The UCSF Fresno Library hosted emergency medicine resident Stephanie Benjamin, MD’s book signing and reading from her memoir, “Love, Sanity or Medical School.” The Department of Emergency Medicine made 100 free copies available to colleagues, friends and aspiring doctors.
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Faculty and Resident Publications on Display in Library
Stop by the library and see the newest display highlighting books and chapters authored by UCSF Fresno faculty and residents. This display will be updated quarterly to showcase the breadth and depth of topics researched at UCSF Fresno.
UCSF Library Now Has an Institutional Fellowship to BMJ Case Reports
UCSF Fresno faculty/residents/learners can now submit articles to BMJ Case Reports using the UCSF institutional fellowship agreement. Many UCSF Fresno faculty and residents have inquired about this option in the past and we are happy to announce that it is now available. Please contact the UCSF Fresno library for more information at 559.499.6506, 6510 / firstname.lastname@example.org / walk-in! Feel free to visit the BMJ Author Hub at https://authors.bmj.com/
BMJ Case Reports is an award winning journal that delivers a focused, peer-reviewed, valuable collection of cases in all disciplines so that healthcare professionals, researchers and others can easily find clinically important information on common and rare conditions. Authors may also submit to any of the 70 BMJ journals.
New RefWorks Training Now Available from UCSF Fresno Library
RefWorks is a web-based bibliography and database manager that allows you to create your own personal database by importing references from text files or online databases and other various sources. You can use these references in writing papers and automatically format the paper and the bibliography in seconds. As a UCSF Fresno faculty member/resident/learner or staff member, you have access to RefWorks, free of charge. The library offers a training module on RefWorks in group settings or one-one-one. Contact the library for more information.
African American History Month – Pioneers in Medicine Display
Come check out the newest display in the library in commemoration of African American History month: African American Pioneers in Medicine. Several of these medical trail blazes even lived and worked in Fresno!
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For assistance with article retrieval, literature searching or library search skills training, contact a librarian at email@example.com
We Welcome CMC Staff in the UCSF Fresno Medical Library.
If you are a CMC staff member, you may access online articles or databases in the UCSF Medical Library Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00. The library is located in the UCSF Medical Education Building. Three computers are available on the east wall with access to UCSF electronic resources. Printing and flash drive capability are not available but you may save your articles to the desktop and email them to yourself.
A core collection of print material is available for CMC staff in the UCSF Fresno Library. For assistance, contact a librarian.
If you need assistance, a librarian is available in the UCSF Fresno Medical Library from Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm. You may also make an appointment for research assistance.