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  • Find health information (non-UIC guests)

    The Library of the Health Sciences provides support for individuals outside of the UIC community to access health information.  All LHS locations (Chicago, Peoria and Rockford) are open to the public.

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  • Search for articles, databases and journals

    You can search for articles in databases and journals. Databases search many journals in a discipline or subject.

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  • Order documents (alumni and non-UIC affiliates)

    If you are not a UIC student, faculty or staff member, you can order documents from the UIC Library collection for a fee. UIC students, faculty and staff can order articles for no cost through interlibrary loan.

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  • Cite in ICMJE style

    Get official guidance on ICMJE (International Committee of Medical Journal Editors) style from the online guide Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals. Produced by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, this guide is only available online. You may also download it in PDF format.

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  • Measure the impact of my scholarship

    The UIC Library provides several resources to obtain information on the number of times your articles have been cited and your h-index. See the guide to measuring your impact.

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  • Learn more about systematic review or meta-analysis methodology and standards

    Librarians can instruct you on the basic principles of search methodology for systematic reviews, scoping reviews and other literature review types. This includes tips on selecting databases to search, choosing keywords, building search strategies, and organizing citations. Make an appointment with a librarian to get started on your search.

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  • Access Clinical Key

    ClinicalKey is a peer-reviewed, evidence-based point-of-care clinical information service for physicians and healthcare professionals. It provides electronic books, medical journals, clinical resources, practice guidelines and content from PubMed/MEDLINE. ClinicalKey replaces the content formerly offered through MD Consult.

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  • Access UpToDate

    UpToDate is an online, peer-reviewed clinical decision support tool with topic reviews covering symptoms, tests and diagnosis, and treatment options for over 8,500 conditions. Off-campus users do not need to log in to their account to access the database.

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  • Distance education user services

    The Library offers many services to distance education users and online students who connect to UIC remotely.

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  • Submit work to INDIGO - UIC's institutional repository

    INDIGO is UIC’s institutional Repository. Faculty, staff and graduate students can deposit their research and scholarship-published and unpublished-directly into INDIGO. Departments can use INDIGO to distribute their working papers, technical reports or other research materials. See the guide to using INDIGO.

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  • Get help with data management

    The Library can help you with many aspects of data management. See the guide to managing your data.

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  • Cite in AMA style

    The complete 10th edition of the AMA Manual of Style can be accessed online by current UIC students, faculty and staff. The manual can be accessed from off-campus using your NetID and password.

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  • Open access publishing

    Publishing in an openly accessible venue makes your scholarship available to more people because there are no paywalls to prevent access. The Library supports open access through several initiatives. See our guide to publishing, scholarly communication and open access.

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  • Get help with copyright & fair use

    The Library can provide some information about copyright and fair use. See our guide to copyright and fair use. However, for legal advice about the copyright law in the academic setting, consult the University of Illinois Office of Legal Counsel.

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  • Apply for funding to make my work open access

    The UIC Research Open Access Publishing (ROAPP) fund supports faculty, researchers, staff, post-docs and students who want to make their journal articles open access. Learn more and apply for the ROAPP fund.

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  • Learn about the history of UIC

    Special Collections and University Archives has multiple resources to help researchers learn about the history of UIC. Visit our research UIC history guide or Ask an Archivist for more information.

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  • Recommend an item for the library to purchase

    Is there a book, DVD or other item you think UIC should own? Provide as much information on the item as you can and give your personal contact information if you want to be the first in line to borrow it.

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  • Donate papers or transfer records to Special Collections and University Archives

    Call us at (312) 996-2742 (Daley Special Collections), (312) 996-8977 (Health Sciences-Chicago Special Collections) or Ask a Librarian to see if the UIC Special Collections and University Archives is the right home for your papers.

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  • Renew or find out when items are due

    The best way to find out when an item is due is to check your library account and your interlibrary loan account. Most books may be renewed using your library account. You cannot renew videos.

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  • Search for films, videos and sound recordings

    Search for media from several Illinois libraries (not just UIC) with the home page search, or browse options for streaming film, videos and sound recordings.

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