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Independence Day Hours

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 Summer hours resume

In memoriam: Dr. Henry T. Lynch

In memoriam: Dr. Henry T. Lynch

The library staff would like to offer our condolences to the family, friends, and colleagues of Dr. Lynch. Over the years, he was a very active patron of the library. He was a prodigious reader of the journal collection, recommended many books for purchase, and regularly requested literature searches from the reference staff. We will miss him.


Henry Lynch, celebrated as father of cancer genetics, dies at 91
from the Washington Post (subscription required)

Creighton's Dr. Henry Lynch, a pioneer in linking cancer to genetics, dies at 91
from the Omaha World Herald (subscription required)

Dr. Henry Lynch dies at 91
from KETV

Dr. Henry Lynch, 91, Dies; Found Hereditary Link in Cancer
from The New York Times (the library provides access with registration)

Dr Henry Lynch obituary
from The Guardian

Henry T. Lynch, author profile
from Scopus, mostly articles (Creighton login required from off-campus)

Henry T. Lynch, author profile
from Worldcat, mostly books

Recent book online
Principles of Molecular Diagnostics and Personalized Cancer Medicine, 2013
(Creighton login required from off-campus)

Dr Frances Collins, Director at NIH tweeted about Dr Lynch

Posted June 5, 2019
Revised June 9, 2019
Revised June 23, 2019

New ClinicalKey books, April 2019

New ClinicalKey books, April 2019

·         Atlas of Gynecologic Surgical Pathology (Clement, Philip) 4th ed;

·         Basic Immunology: Functions and Disorders of the Immune System (Abbas, Abul) 6th ed;

·         Chestnut’s Obstetric Anesthesia (Chestnut, David) 6th ed;

·         Comprehensive Care of the Transgender Patient (Ferrando, Cecile) 1st ed;

·         Developing Human, The (Moore, Keith) 11th ed;

·         Facial Trauma Surgery (Dorafshar, Amir) 1st ed;

·         Fetal Medicine: Basic Science and Clinical Practice (Pandya, Pranav) 3rd ed;

·         Fundamentals of Body CT (Webb, W. Richard) 5th ed;

·         Heart Failure: A Companion to Braunwald’s Heart Disease (Felker, G. Michael) 4th ed;

·         Learning Radiology: Recognizing the Basics (Herring, William) 4th ed;

·         Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics (Kliegman, Robert) 21st ed;

·         Netter’s Gastroenterology (Floch, Martin H.) 3rd ed;

·         Neuroanatomy: An Illustrated Colour Text (Crossman, Alan) 6th ed;

·         Pfenninger and Fowler’s Procedures for Primary Care (Fowler, Grant) 4th ed;

·         Sleep Apnea and Snoring (Friedman, Michael) 2nd ed;

·         Urologic Surgical Pathology (Cheng, Liang) 4th ed;

·         Wheater’s Pathology (O’Dowd, Geraldine) 6th ed;


Posted June 23, 2019

Summer Hours

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Regular hours resume Wednesday, August 21st 

Accessmedicine books for May 2019

Inter-library loan delays

Inter-library loan delays

As of Thursday, February 28, 2019, DOCLINE, the primary software used by medical libraries to make inter-library loan requests, is being upgraded by the National Library of Medicine.

This will result in a slowdown in the fulfillment of inter-library loan in general over the next few months as libraries across the country adapt to the new version of DOCLINE, as well as acquire and learn 3rd party software compatible with it.

We will do our best to submit and fulfill requests in a timely manner, but expect delays in delivery of documents, and try to plan accordingly.


Posted February 28, 2019

Study rooms are going keyless!

Study rooms are going keyless!

Starting January 2019, study rooms at the Health Sciences Library (HSL) will be keyless. The reservation system does not change  – you still reserve study rooms online through the HSL website. Go directly to your reserved room, because you no longer check out a key at the service desk. Monitors will be near the rooms to display reservations.

The 4 classrooms scheduled by Centralized Reservations, and the 3 sections of the Thune Seminar Room are not changing. You still need to check out a key from the service desk.

If you have questions regarding this change, email


Posted December 6, 2018

Room Reservations at the Health Sciences Library:

Room Reservations at the Health Sciences Library:

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

  • After your reservation has been submitted, you should receive a confirmation email (be sure to check your Junk Mail if you don't see it within two minutes).

  • Reservations are limited to Creighton University student, faculty, and staff use.

  • Reservations must be made at least 2 hours prior to use.

  • Reservations may be made up to 14 days in advance.

  • 8 hours of reservations per day allowed, in 2 hour blocks.

  • 24 hours of reservations per week allowed.

  • You have 15 minutes after the Reservation start time to occupy the room, or you may lose your reservation.

  • To cancel a reservation yourself, use the link in your confirmation email.

  • Individuals or groups may use rooms not reserved on a walk-in basis, but must vacate the rooms for users with valid reservations.

  • For additional information or assistance, call the HSL at (402)280-5109 or (402)280-5138.

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