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KU Medical Library: Adjuncts Guide

This guide provides an overview of KU Medical Library resources and services for adjuncts of CMHS.

Welcome

KU logoWelcome to the Khalifa University Medical Library guide for CMHS adjuncts. This guide is designed to help familiarize you with the library's resources and services. 

If you have questions please feel free to reach out to me. I can assist you through Teams or over the phone; if you visit the campus I am happy to meet with you in person and give you a tour of the library.

Medical Library Basics

The KU Library offers a range of services that are available to you as an adjunct. Note: When reaching out to the library please use your assigned KU email.


Orientation and Training

I am happy to provide an in-person or online orientation to the library. I can also provide training on specific resources. Just reach out to me to make an appointment.


Full-Text Articles

The library can help you get full-text articles without charge. There are two options:

  • Email me at jason.fetty@ku.ac.ae. I can also do a literature search for you.
  • The library also offers Interlibrary Loan for the KU community. You can find the form here. Notes: Please use your KU email for requests, and some articles might not be available for delivery via email.

Literature Searches

The KU medical librarian is happy to assist you with literature searches. Reach out to me at jason.fetty@ku.ac.ae to send your topic of interest or to set up an appointment to discuss your needs. 


Citation Management

The KU library offers access to the bibliographic citation management tool RefWorks. This web-based resource can help you collect, manage, and format citations in various styles including APA and AMA. You can find more information in the RefWorks guide found here.

There are also many other free and paid options such as ZoteroMendeley, EndNote and SciWheel.