As you conclude your time at Roseman and prepare to launch your professional career, you may be wondering how to access the resources made available to you through the library post-graduation. In order to ensure that you are prepared to transition, be sure to familiarize yourself with our Alumni Resources and National Library of Medicine Resources guides.
Our Alumni Resources guide will walk you through our most frequently asked questions regarding access to the library as an alum. It provides information such as:
- what materials and resources you still have access to
- use of library facilities after graduation
- the availability of interlibrary loans
Our National Library of Medicine Resources guide offers links to resources commonly associated with navigating the National Library of Medicine. By now, you’re familiar with PubMed but there’s so many more resources! Looking for information on toxicology or poisoning? Try ToxNet. Do you have questions about complementary and integrative therapies? The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) has the information you need. Do you want a reliable source of consumer health information for your patients? MedlinePlus has you covered. Also included in our guide are links to our MyNCBI and LoansomeDoc guides to help you access as many freely available resources possible.
As always, if you have any questions regarding the resources available to alumni or any other library-related inquiries, please don’t hesitate to ask us.
Alicia Parry, Library Assistant