Frequently Asked Questions
A: Preceptors must first contact Jennifer Ridings-Myhra: (512) 475-9752, email@example.com to request library privileges, then use their UT EID/password for access to these resources.
Q: Some of the links take me directly to the reference title I’m interested in. Others just take me to the database provider and then I have to look for the title I want. Why is that?
A: Some of our database providers supply a method for deep linking to individual titles. When possible we use those to link directly. Otherwise, we can only link you to the service and then you will have to find the title of interest. In some cases you can’t see the individual titles that are available until after you complete a search.
Q: I am a student on rotation assigned outside Austin. Is there a way for me to get a copy of an article that is only available in print in the library?
A: D-Doc service provided through Inter Library Services (ILS) supplies materials for you whether they are in the library or not. Go to the D-Doc page and choose "ILS Login." Enter your UT EID and password, and then at the Main Menu, choose "Change User Information." At the bottom of the "Personal Information" page, change "Location Status" to "Distance Learner." Choose "Submit" and then choose the appropriate New Request.
For more information about D-Doc, check the ILS FAQ page.
A: Any UT student, staff or faculty member can use these resources with current UT EID.
A: Clinical Pharmacology CPMobile has replaced Clinical Pharmacology OnHand.
Clinical Pharmacology CPMobile requires a personal access code for registration on the web, in preparation for using the service from your mobile device. You no longer need to e-mail Life Science Library staff to obtain an access code. Simply go to Clinical Pharmacology and choose the Off-site Access Icon. Use the form to request your CP Mobile code, including your UT EID in the Student/Faculty ID box. Clinical Pharmacology will send you an email with your access code and instructions.
A: Yes, you can use Micromedex 2.0. Micromedex recently changed their app to a subscription model, but you may access it for free via the University of Texas' subscription. Just connect to Micromedex via ClinIC and follow these directions.
Q: I’m on rotation or studying at one of the College of Pharmacy Cooperative Programs. Are there any libraries available?
A: There are library resources in many major cities that are available to UT students.
- University Library, UT El Paso Library Website and Catalog
- Delia Montes-Gallo Library of the Health Sciences,Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Library Website and Catalog
Rio Grande Valley
- University Library,UT – Pan American Library Website and Catalog
- Medical Library, Regional Academic Health Center, Harlingen
- San Antonio Briscoe Library The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Library Website
- Harrington Library of the Health Sciences, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Library Hours, Location, Policies and Services