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Hardin Library for the Health Sciences

Orthopedics: Help and Resources

Resources for medical students, residents, fellows, and staff in Orthopedics.

How to Get Help

Need help with finding a book, finding full text, using the Hardin Library? The reference desk is staffed whenever the library is open. They can be reached by chat, email or phone:

If you need to learn how to use a library resource, take a look at our HOW workshops. Please schedule a consultation iif you need help finding, organizing, or formatting references. 

Orthopedics Liaison Librarian

Jennifer DeBerg's picture
Jennifer DeBerg
319 335 8554
Clinical Education Librarian

Liaison to: Nursing, Communication Sciences, Music Therapy, Rehabilitation Therapies

Hardin Library Reference Desk

Hardin Library for the Health Sciences

Please contact the Hardin Library reference desk when immediate help is needed:           

Ph: 319-335-9151

Using Hardin Library Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery Service

Additional Database Training Resources

Help Request Forms

EndNote Desktop Training Resources

EndNote Desktop is an citation management tool that supports importing, organizing, sharing, and formatting references for student or professional research. It is available for UI faculty, staff, graduate students, and residents/fellows, and needs to be installed from the ITS Download page.  From an on campus computer, local information technology support should be consulted to assist with download.

EndNote Basic Training Resources

EndNote Basic is a web based citation management tool that supports importing, organizing, sharing, and formatting references, It is available for all UI students, faculty, and staff with the creation of an account. There is no installation to begin use, but an optional plug in can be configured to enable insertion of formatted in text citations within Word documents.

PubMed Training Resources

Other resources