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Browse the Libraries' stacks literally, or virtually using the
online catalog. These are some of the call numbers for materials in
- R - Medicine
- RA - Public Aspects of Medicine
- RB - Pathology
- RC - Internal Medicine
- RD - Surgery
- RE - Ophthalmology
- RF - Otorhinolaryngology (Ear, Nose, and Throat)
- RG - Gynecology and Obstetrics
- RJ - Pediatrics
- RK - Dentistry
- RL - Dermatology
- RM - Therapeutics and Pharmacology
- RS - Pharmacy and Materia Medica
- RT - Nursing
- RV-RZ - Botanic and alternative medicine
- Do I have to be in the Library to use the databases or get articles?
- no - just use Databases A to Z or Search@UW to find what you need, and you will be asked to log-in using your ePanther ID (like you would use for e-mail), so you should be able to access articles from anywhere.
- How do I check out books?
- Books, DVDs, laptops, av equipment, anatomical models, and more can be checked out at either the main circulation desk or the media and reserve desk of the GML or UWM-Waukesha, and UWM-Washington County libraries.
- eBooks are available to access at any time online with an ePanther ID login.
- Where are the best places to study?
- Group study - The Daniel M Soref Learning commons on the main floor of the Golda Meir Library has the Grind, Reserveable group study rooms, and computer labs.
- Quiet study - A designated area for quiet study is on the Second floor in the East wing of the Golda Meir Library. It is in the Music and Curriculum Library.
- Graduate students may reserve carrels with recommendation from their advisor--come to the main circulation desk for a form.
Carrie Wade - Health Sciences Librarian
Mary Boulanger, UWM Health & Life Sciences Librarian Emeritus, created this Health Research guide and edited it until her January 2016 retirement. Ellis McLaughlin, Research Services Intern, contributed content and editorial assistance in 2016. Linda Kopecky, Head, Research Services, curated this guide from 2016 to 2018 while serving as interim librarian for the College of Health Sciences and Zilber School of Public Health.