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Clin*IC - Clinical Information Center

How to Use this Clin*IC Guide

How to Use this Clin*IC Guide

Clinical Information Center, or ClinIC, is designed to provide a single access point to a variety of pharmacy, nursing and other clinical information resources for students, faculty and staff at the University of Texas at Austin. Over 700 drug, nursing and clinical reference titles from 22 database providers are available.

Access

Most of the database providers work with UT EID access through the University Libraries proxy service for off campus access. No special arrangements or usernames are required.

Preceptors

UT College of Pharmacy Preceptors are welcome to use these online resources. You are also welcome to contact the Health Sciences Librarian if you have an urgent request.

Normally, Document Express allows for non-UT affiliates to request to obtain scans of book chapters and articles from the UT Libraries collection for their personal research.  However, ILS has currently paused all physical Loans and scans for outside libraries and institutions and the Document Express service is paused as we are not scanning for non-current UT affiliates.

Off-campus UT students

Whether you are attending classes or on clinical rotation at a remote location in Texas, this Guide will help you use library resources for pharmacy studies.

Don't see what you're looking for?

Try the FAQ or contact the Health Sciences Librarian

Health Sciences Librarian

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Roxanne Bogucka
she/her/hers
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Contact:
MAI 225

Credits

These people have contributed to or maintained this Guide:
Roxanne Bogucka
Jade Diaz
Nancy Elder (retired)
Joanna Jackson (former staffer)
Margaret Larsen

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Generic License.