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The Calder Medical Library would like to extend a warm welcome to all new and continuing residents and fellows. We are here to serve your information needs and invite you to visit us on the web at the Calder Medical Library website, and recommend viewing our Resource Guide for Residents.

The Calder Medical Library provides 24/7 electronic access to our extensive collection of databases, e-books, and full-text electronic journals. We also subscribe to EndNoteRefWorks, and Mendeley; the citation managers that make it easy to import references to articles, books, web pages, and other types of sources from online databases.

Our subscriptions to point-of-care electronic resources, including UpToDateDynaMedClinicalKey  and AccessMedicine, will assist you in providing excellent clinical care to patients. Isabel will help you generate a differential diagnosis list.

Contact the Learning, Research, and Clinical Information Librarians via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or use our chat service to find out more about research consultations and trainings on evidence-based medicine resources, citation databases, and systematic review resources.

Reach out to Access Services via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or use our chat service with resource and access questions.

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Special Note: The library building is open and accessible to Miller School of Medicine, UHealth and Jackson Health System faculty, students, residents, and postdocs via badge-swipe only until further notice with new procedures to ensure campus requirements on social distancing are met.

Library access services and biomedical communications (photography and poster services) staff are available on-site. Librarians are working remotely and are available for virtual consults via Zoom.

Thank you for your understanding and patience during this time.

Welcome to Calder Library and the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine!