Mon-Thurs, May 2-5
6:30 am-1:00 am
Fri, May 6
6:30 am-10:00 pm
Sat, May 7
8:00 am-6:00 pm
Sun, May 8
8:00 am-1:00 am
Mon-Thurs, May 9-12
6:30 am-1:00 am
Fri, May 13
Regular Hours Resume
The Creighton University Libraries are excited to bring you JaySearch beginning on Monday, May 16th. JaySearch is our new discovery service and will provide integrated searching across a wide range of print and online resources. While searching what has traditionally been available via our soon-to-be-retired online catalog (CLIC), JaySearch will also provide access to a wide array of resources, including journal articles, photos, maps, as well as additional resources from organizations such as the Library of Congress, the Public Library of Science (PLoS), and the U.S. Department of Energy. If you are searching for material on a focused research topic, however, discipline-specific databases, such as CINAHL, ERIC, PSYCInfo, and Sociological Abstracts, may be more appropriate.
Additionally, if you login to JaySearch with your netID, you will 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.
The Creighton University Libraries, however, recognize there is variety in research needs. Therefore, while JaySearch integrates a number of separate collections and resources, these very same collections and resources – and their traditional interfaces – will still be available to search independently of JaySearch if desired.
Please contact Library Staff with questions – research or otherwise. We look forward to growing and realizing the potential of JaySearch with you.
Watch for JaySearch starting Monday, May 16th!
Fast answers with the ClinicalKey Mobile App
Leverage insights for better patient outcomes anytime, anywhere with the ClinicalKey mobile app – available for both iOS and Android devices.
Posted February 18, 2016
Starting March 1st, the VisualDx database will have a new look, new search functionality, and content that includes more diagnoses, more images, and radiographs. The intent is to make it easier for clinicians to view symptoms and determine a diagnosis by adding the ability to search any chief complaint directly from the home page.
To view a tutorial of how to type in and follow a chief complaint guided workup within the new VisualDx: https://youtu.be/_dHUVCM_BrE
To sign up for a 10-minute webinar aimed at introducing the new VisualDx to clinical staff: http://info.visualdx.com/l/11412/2016-01-18/3wdrzl
The Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce that we now subscribe to the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) Academic database which is recognized as the global leader in evidence based healthcare. JBI Academic includes a comprehensive range of resources across seven publication types:
The JBI Academic package also includes resources with an emphasis in the following areas: