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KU Medical Librarian: Jason Fetty  -  -  x4722  -  Office: Library E02057

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Medical Library Resources

Popular Databases:
Embase PubMed@KU
UpToDate UpToDate Lexidrug (formerly Lexicomp)


Library Search:

To search across the KU Library's collections including books, journals, and articles please go to Library Search. You can also manage your library account (renew books, etc.) from there. 


Medical Library Resources:

For the full list of Medical Library resources including links to useful free online sources click here or on the image below:

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Online Medical Library Guides

Contact + Help

KU Medical LibrarianJason Fetty  -  -  x4722  -  Office: Library E02057

Your KU Medical Librarian, Jason Fetty, is available to help with a range of library, research, and citation topics including:


Useful Links from the General Library:
Library Search Interlibrary Loan
Library Team About the Library


Current Medical Library Newsletter:


Medical Library FAQs:

The Physical Library

The physical library is located in the "E" building on the main campus. There is also a library on the SAN campus. The library is spread over three floors:

  • 1st Floor: Main entrance and information desk, computers, printers, group study rooms
  • 2nd Floor: Medical librarian office (E02057), study space, group study rooms, library classrooms
  • 3rd Floor: Medical study space (seen in the image below), medical and main book collections, study space

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RefWorks Citation Management Tool

RefWorks is a web-based citation management tool that helps you collect, organize, and format citations in many different styles including APA, Vancouver, and AMA. 


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Selection of New Book Titles

Below are a brief selection of titles related to medicine added to the collection. To search the entire collection of print books and e-books please go the Library's Primo search. For a longer list of new titles please go to the KU Medical New Books Guide.

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To request a title please reach out to your medical librarian at

Request a Medical Library Research Appointment