Health System Libraries
Alphabetic List of e-Resources: A-to-Z Publications Locator
Resources for Subject Searching:
Listed here are our favorite research tools. Please click HERE for more information and a complete list of database resources.
Print and Online Resources in Full Text:
Listed here are our favorite patient education and consumer health resources. For a complete listing of resources and further explanation, please click the link for additional information.
- St. Lukes Health System Health Sciences Libraries Introduction (PowerPoint)
- Searching in EBSCOhost (3 minutes)
- How to create and use personalized MyEBSCOhost account (5 minutes)
News & Information
New Library Database ... ClinicalKey
The MDConsult database is becoming bigger and better as ClinicalKey. Effective October 1, ClinicalKey is replacing MDConsult with many additional full text information resources, expanded image files, videos and even a presentation maker feature. You can test drive ClinicalKey on any St. Luke’s system network computer without a username and password. You will be required to register to access full text and receive CME credits. For more information, please contact the library.
Simplified Searching of Your Library Resources, the EBSCO Discovery Service
It's finally here! The St. Luke's Health System Libraries are very excited to offer a new search tool we're hoping will make using the library easier for you. From one search bar, you can look for resources in all library content. No matter where we get it, if we own it, the resource will show up in your search results. It's kind of like searching Google, but you'll only get the high quality results you expect from the library. Want to give it a try? Click here!
Additionally, there is a complete alphabetic list of everything we've got online for you. If you already know what article or book you're looking for, click here.
While we think this is going to make library use easier for answering simple questions, for more complex searching you'll still need to use the full databases (or submit a request to have us put together a bibliography of good resources for you). The new tool only searches content that we own, and we don't own everything! The best answer to your question might not be published in one of our titles. As always, we're more than happy to get copies for you if we don't already have access.
Eventually this simple search box will be available right here on the front page of our website, but even before that happens we hope you'll give our new tool a whirl.
If you have any questions or run into problems, please give Amy a call at 381-2275.