The Brickell Medical Sciences Library supports curriculum, research assistance, and professional development for the EVMS student community. The Library is a popular student resource that provides assistance from Clinical Medical Librarians (CML), a computer lab, printers, and study space.
Below is an abbreviated list of digital resources frequently used by students. There are additional resources on the Library's Quick Links page and a full list of resources. Off-campus users should always start information searches using the many resources found on the Library web page. These unique links help to fulfill licensing agreement requirements and require an EVMS credential logon when off-campus, on-campus users skip this step.
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The SRC is located on the first floor of the library and contains textbooks, study guides, and handbooks donated by students. Materials can be checked out by students for six weeks. Search online catalog for SRC materials.
Request an Article or Book not owned by EVMS using ILLiad, the Library's interlibrary loan document delivery system.
Hint: Try Google Scholar before putting in an ILLiad request for a journal article. Look for "All versions" link after the article description.
The library is a popular gathering space for the campus. There are study tables, carrels and study rooms throughout the library. These are available on a first come, first served basis.
The library offers yearly print allotment for students, residents, and faculty. To find out more about these resource please visit our website.
For many students, Medical Librarian April Pace's in-class curriculum support is an introduction to the Library's rich resources and a reminder of how these resources can assist, improve, and enrich the EVMS student experience. For more on professional librarian lead instruction sessions please visit our website.
Eushekia Hewitt is a writing coach in the Office of Student Affairs.
The EVMS library has an institutional site license to EndNote desktop. Use EndNote to collect references, format papers and bibliographies, and collaborate with research partners. Endnote is also available as an online app. For additional help on on citing resources please see our Citation LibGuide.
The Clinical Medical Librarians (CML) provide curriculum support, educational opportunities, and research guidance. You can find out more here: Ask a Librarian
Looking for help with Biostatistics? There are several resources on campus for EVMS associates.
EVMS Office of Research works to promote research opportunities in the broader EVMS community and to enhance medical students’ research experiences through close collaborations with existing research programs.