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Top 10 Things To Know About Library Resources for TJUH
- The Reference staff is here to help. We offer:
- Free search advice
- Free help locating articles
- Free one-on-one orientations to resources in your specialty
- Use JEFFLINE’s links to databases and journals, especially with PubMed. Our Journals A-Z list gives you off-site access to full-text articles. LexiComp is our main drug database, among other drug resources.
- Click “JEFFLINE” links in database results to access full text or to locate print journals.
- If Scott Library doesn’t have an article, we can borrow articles for you from another library for $5/item. To begin the borrowing process, you must create an account for our Document Delivery System (ILLiad) to track and receive your article requests.
Can’t wait? Ask the Reference staff to help you find another article on the topic.
- Use Clinical Filters to find clinically relevant articles on your topic in PubMed & Ovid MEDLINE. PubMed filters include clinical queries, health services research, electronic health records and more.
- UpToDate is available on campus computers ONLY. Try ACP PIER (on STAT!Ref) or the Cochrane Library for evidence-based, clinical information from ANY Internet connection.
- Mobile device users: use our slim interface mjeffline and check out resources for your favorite mobile device in our Mobile Apps database.
- My JEFFLINE for Clinicians offers quick links to clinical tools and relevant news like the recent addition of AccessEmergency Medicine.
- Use the Remote Access Portal for access to JeffChart and other Hospital Intranet resources from any Internet computer.
- Download our toolbar for easy access to JEFFLINE resources from any webpage.
Jefferson's Virtual Library -- JEFFLINE
http://jeffline.jefferson.edu/mjeffline (for mobile devices)