- Behavioral Health
- Clinical Reference
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- Mobile Resources
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Orthopaedic Surgery
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- Management, Health Policy
- NIH Public Access
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- Systematic Review
- Toxicology and Environmental Health
- Dissertation & Thesis
- Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Student
- Medical Student
- Southwestern School of Health Professions (SSHP) Student
- Tutorials, FAQs, and Videos
- Ask Us
- Computers in Library
- Digital Media Production Studio
- Faculty Curriculum Support
- Institutional Repository
- InterLibrary Loan (ILLiad)
- Library Informatics Classroom
- Off-Campus Access
- Presentation and Poster Support
- Print, Copy, and Scan
- Request Training
- Research Services
- Study Rooms and Workstations
- Systematic Review
- Topic Search Request
- Wireless Connection
- Ask Us
Who May Use the Library?
- Assistance for Physically Challenged Clients
- Confidentiality of Library Records
- Electronic Resource Use
- Library Use and Conduct Policies
- Public Libraries Within 5 Miles of UT Southwestern
The mission of the UT Southwestern Health Sciences Digital Library and Learning Center is to advance health care discovery and innovation through service and partnerships.
Use of Library resources is restricted to activities in support of the educational, scientific, and clinical missions of the campus. UT Southwestern reserves the right to remove anyone who fails to adhere to these policies.
All UT Southwestern affiliates should abide by the campus ID badge policy and wear it where it can be seen. Anyone in the Library may be asked by the campus police for identification at any time.
Authorized Library users may fall into one of the following categories:
- Students, faculty, and staff of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (i.e., the primary clientele of the UT Southwestern Library).
- Residents from Children's Medical Center and Parkland Health & Hospital System. Other Children's and Parkland badge holders may physically access two designated workstations at the South Campus Library from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.
- Library-hosted meeting participants, and those participating in collaborative partnerships, such as UTD Masters Leadership Program, JAMP, HPREP, STARS, etc.
At this point in time, Texas Health Resources (THR) employees are not authorized UT Southwestern Library users.
Access for non-badge holders will be available on a limited basis (by appointment only) between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. To request access, please complete the Ask Us online form by selecting "Library Access Request" from the Subject drop-down menu; advanced notice is required (minimum 5 days). The appointments are intended for research assistance with a Library staff member (fee based) or Library group tours.
If you do not find what you need, please Ask Us, use Live Chat (when available) or call 214-648-2001.