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How To Find Print Journals Using JaySearch

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New AccessMedicine editions

New ClinicalKey books for March 2018

New ClinicalKey books for March 2018

·        Aesthetic Surgery Techniques (Frame, James) 1st ed;

·        Atlas of Human Anatomy (Netter, Frank) 7th ed;

·        Braunwald’s Heart Disease: A Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine (Zipes, Douglas) 11th ed;

·        Choroidal Disorders (Chhablani, Jay) 1st ed;

·        Clinical Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Chandrasekhara, Vinay) 3rd ed;

·        Clinical Immunology: Principles and Practice (Rich, Robert) 5th ed;

·        Critical Care Secrets (Parsons, Polly) 6th ed;

·        ERCP (Baron, Todd) 3rd ed;

·        Essentials of Neuroanesthesia (Prabhakar, Hemanshu) 1st ed;

·        Feigin and Cherry’s Textbook of Pediatric Infectious Diseases (Cherry, James) 8th ed;

·        Hearing Loss (Eggermont, Jos J.) 1st ed;

·        Kendig and Chernick’s Disorders of the Respiratory Tract in Children (Wilmott, Robert) 9th ed;

·        Lookingbill and Marks’ Principles of Dermatology (Marks, James) 6th ed;

·        Nephrology Secrets (Lerma, Edgar) 4th ed;

·        Netter’s Clinical Anatomy (Hansen, John) 4th ed;

·        Neuromodulation (Krames, Elliot) 2nd ed;

·        Nolte’s Essentials of the Human Brain (Vanderah, Todd) 2nd ed;

·        Operative Techniques: Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (Lee, Donald) 2nd ed;

·        Primer on Cerebrovascular Diseases (Caplan, Louis) 2nd ed;

·        Roberts and Hedges’ Clinical Procedures in Emergency Medicine (Roberts, James) 7th ed;

·        Shackelford’s Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (Yeo, Charles) 8th ed;

·        Textbook of Clinical Echocardiography (Otto, Catherine) 6th ed;

·        Yen & Jaffe’s Reproductive Endocrinology (Strauss, Jerome) 8th ed;

 Posted April 5, 2018

Access to

Access to

In a world where education and career opportunities are more competitive than ever, the need for you to obtain broader perspectives on a variety of global business issues is a necessity. Which is why the University Libraries and the Heider College of Business have joined The Wall Street Journal in a collaboration that will provide students, faculty, and staff full access to the Journal. The Journal provides career advice and ties real-world examples into what you learn, giving you the opportunity to enhance your educational experience and stay ahead .

You can use your school-sponsored WSJ membership to:

• Research topics relevant to your courses and careers

• Save and share pertinent articles with other students

• Follow companies and industries that interest you

• Track real-time stories and trends

• Enjoy the most engaging coverage of arts, culture and life

Activate your WSJ access for one year by going to this page and clicking on the link. Use your Creighton email address and a password you can remember. You will have to be logged in for access to In a year you will have to reauthenticate.

Questions? Contact your librarians at


Posted February 1, 2018

Using HSL Small Group Rooms

Using HSL Small Group Rooms

Beginning Wednesday, November 8th, 2017, groups of two (2) or more will be able to reserve our Small Group Study Rooms, from 4 hours to one week in advance (they cannot be booked in advance for individual use).

This applies only to the following roomsBICR 239A, 239B, 239C, 240A, 240B, 241, 242, 243, 244, and 244A.

Reservations will be limited to Creighton University students, faculty, and staff (a CU email is necessary).

Individuals or groups will still be able to use rooms not reserved, but may find their checkout time truncated if a room has an existing reservation.

Individuals will be able to reserve any combination of rooms for group use for a total of two (2) hours per day, up to eight (8) hours per week (Sunday to Saturday).  FYI, groups will need to coordinate their reservations to get a room longer than two hours in a row.

After a reservation has been submitted, a confirmation email should be received.
You will have one hour to confirm your reservation, or it will be automatically canceled.

You will have 15 minutes after the Reservation start time to pick up the key to your room.
Failure to retrieve the key in that time will result in cancelation of the reservation.

Visit our LibGuides page for more information, or go straight to the reservations page here.

JaySearch updates

JaySearch updates

The Creighton University Libraries are excited to bring you updates to JaySearch beginning on Friday, October 13th. JaySearch is our discovery service and provides integrated searching across a wide range of print and online resources.  In addition to displaying a new, stream-lined interface, look for the following updates in JaySearch:  a more mobile-friendly experience, improved Advanced Search capability, and a more intuitive design with quick access to frequently used tools.  Additionally, while still finding all Creighton University library holdings as well as most Creighton University-licensed collections and resources, JaySearch now finds selected library holdings from eight (8) Iowa academic institutions.
Continue to login to JaySearch with your netID and BLUE password to have the ability to request resources from the Creighton University Libraries, view your library record, as well as save, organize, e-mail, print, and export research items of interest.
Please contact Library Staff with questions – research or otherwise. We look forward to growing and realizing the potential of JaySearch with you.
Watch for the updated JaySearch starting Friday, October 13th!

Posted October 11, 2017

Access to building

Access to building

The fences around the old hospital are making it difficult to get to our entrance. The only access to the front door is by walking south on the sidewalk between our building and the dental school from Burt Street. Monday through Friday before about 6 pm; you can access the building from the doors on the south side of the garage under our building. If you park in the visitor's lot west of the dental school you should walk east along Burt Street. Please call us at 402 280 5109 if you have questions as there will be changes as the demolition around the hospital progresses.

Posted June 19, 2017
Revised July 30, 2017

Annual Report

Annual Report

The 2015-16 Annual Report of the Health Sciences Library is now available. Highlights include over 300,000 customers served, implementing a new integrated library system, and increased use of electronic resources.

Posted January 4, 2017

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