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Important Information about ClinicalKey

As of February 1, 2023, access changed for ClinicalKey. Please use the link below and review the Instructions PDF to login.

Looking for a Specific Journal, Magazine, or Newspaper? Enter title here:

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Looking for an e-book?  Enter the title or topic of the book here:


Or, go to one of the medical e-book packages to browse book content.

Working remotely?

Users can access library resources through this Dell Medical School Library website or through the main UT Libraries website. You will be asked to login with your UT EID and password at some point during the process of searching and accessing the resources.


How to access full text articles

  1. Use the FindIt@UT or similar button provided in PubMed and other UT article databases
  2. or, Install the LibKey Nomad browser extension - facilitates access to full text articles whether on a publisher's website; in some databases such as PubMed, Embase, & Web of Science; and even on Wikipedia. Installation instructions here
  3. or, Use the UT Libraries' article search box
  4. or, Use the journal search box to search for the journal and then navigate to the specific article
  5. or, Search in Google Scholar, where the "View it @ UT" link will lead you to the full text article.  Use this specialized link to Google Scholar:

What if you cannot find the article in the library collections or freely available on the web?

Use the Interlibrary Loan (also called Get a Scan) service.  This is a free service whereby the staff at UT Libraries will acquire the article from another library and provide it to you in digital format.  This service usually takes 1-3 days.

You will be directed to the Interlibrary Loan/Get a Scan option via the FindIt@UT button (in PubMed), the LibKey Nomad button, or a different article linker (as found in other databases). Here is what an article record would look like if the full text article is not available:

Catalog record for article


After you sign in with your UT EID and password, then you will be able to request the article through interlibrary loan:


You can also go directly to the Get a Scan webpage and submit your request there.


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Imelda Vetter
Dell Medical School
HLB 3.404
Subjects: Health Sciences

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