The Medical Library now subscribes to Board Vitals, a medical board review and question bank covering USMLE Step 1, 2, 3 and shelf exams in 8 specialties! To initially register for an account, you must use this registration page and sign-up with your OU email address. Following registration, simply visit www.boardvitals.com to start using it!
M1s! As you begin to write your Embark project proposal, remember you can book an appointment directly with one of the medical library faculty through our Librarian Appointment Calendar! We can help you identify relevant resources and specific literature for writing your background!
OU Libraries are hosting a series of relaxation events leading up to final exams from Monday, December 10 - Wednesday, December 12! No registration required! Monday, December 10:
OU Libraries are partnering again this year to host a series of events in celebration of International Open Access Week! Join us for the following:
The Medical Library is pleased to announce that David Stewart joined us on Monday, September 10 as our Medical Library Assistant. David is bringing a great deal of experience to the position - his most recent position was at Oakland Community College - and we are thrilled to have him on our team. If you get the chance, stop by the Medical Library Office to meet David and welcome him to OUWB!
Join us for our 7th Annual Organ and Bone Marrow Donor Registration Drive in support of Gift of Life Michigan and Be the Match! Stop by Kresge Library on October 1 & 3 or the Human Health Building on October 2 to register! The drive is a partnership between the Medical Library and the OUWB Student National Medical Association, the OU Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students, OUWB Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association, OU Cancer Awareness Society, OUWB Diversity & Inclusion.
Uncover the Medical Library's collection of online question banks, prep books, and more for studying basic science content (AFCP, BFCP), organ system courses, & even USMLE Step 1 in our next InfoBite! Lunch will be provided so please RSVP to the online registration form by Friday, September 14!
Kresge Library, including all Medical Library spaces, will have the following hours over the Labor Day Weekend:
The Medical Library's first Student InfoBite of the academic year will feature a whirlwind tour of our most popular online anatomy tools for learning and studying for AFCP and organ system courses! Lunch will be provided so please RSVP to the online registration form by Wednesday, August 22!
We have introduced a couple new features to the Medical Library website.
All medical students and faculty are invited to the 5th Annual Medical Library Open House! This informal gathering gives you the chance to meet, mingle, and enjoy some refreshments to celebrate the new academic year. Please RSVP to the online registration form by Friday, August 17!
Kresge Library, including all Medical Library spaces, will have the following hours for the July 4th holiday:
The Medical Library now has electronic access to 10 books from the LWW Board Review Series (BRS) including BRS Microbiology & Immunology, BRS Physiology, and BRS Neuroanatomy! Check them out!
Check out where the Class of 2018 have matched for their residencies: https://bit.ly/ouwbmatch Keith Engwall has created a Google Map showing the location of each student's match institution for the Class of 2018. You can also pull up each of the prior three classes' match map as well.
The Medical Library is pleased to host the National Library of Medicine traveling exhibit: "Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature," March 11 - April 20, 2018 in the Kresge Library Lobby. In celebration of the 200th anniversary (1818 - 2018), OU Libraries and OUWB School of Medicine are partnering to host a series of events during March and April. For a listing of events, please visit this webpage! Register via the online registration form today!
We are always happy to hear from our students. The Medical Library recently installed a suggestion box next to our printers for just this reason. Have a comment or suggestion you would like to share with us? Drop it in the suggestion box. We look forward to hearing from you!
Check out the Medical Library's newest subject guide, Strategies for Publishing Your Work featuring advice and links to resources related to several aspects of the publishing process including: identifying & selecting journals, predatory publishing, authorship guidelines, and writing tips! Also included is a tab dedicated to publishing clinical case reports!