How do I borrow books, when is it open, do you have a copier, and how can I get my syllabus for free? Here are the answers to everything you know you need to know.
News from the Library of medicine and science
Read about the services and opening hours at the Medical Library and the Dentistry Library during Summer.
The University Library's collections contain a lot of LGBTQ+ literature. Here we present books related to lgbtq+ themes, gender and sexuality. You will find both subject books, fiction books, and comic books on the list. The list is updated June 2021.
From 1 June 2021, there will be changes in how you log in to your personal account in PubMed (NCBI account). Read about what you need to do if you have an account.
Here are our tips on how to publish openly so that your research can be read by everyone.
The Medical Library offers courses in literature searching in medical and interdisciplinary reference databases, critical appraisal of articles, reference management, OA-publishing and research visibility. Find more information and sign up via the overview below.
The University of Oslo Library continues to ensure access to the journals Annals of Internal Medicine, BMJ (British Medical Journal) (29 journals) and JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) (8 journals) for staff and students at UiO and OUS.
The Publish and Read agreements make it possible for researchers to publish openly and at the same time completely free of charge. This article tells you how to proceed.
Do you need help or guidance with literature searching or reference management? We now offer drop-in help in Zoom!
Are you involved in or planning to be involved in making systematic reviews or other reviews? Rayyan is a tool for screening references, join our course on October 29th 2020 on Zoom.
Welcome new students, welcome returning students! We look forward to seeing you at the library and helping you to find literature, perform searches and guide you with your writing.
Welcome to the Medical Library. Here are our tips for using the library.
The Medical Library at Rikshospitalet, Ullevål Hospital, The Norwegian Radium Hospital and the Dentistry Library will open its doors again from Monday, August 10 2020. Hooray!
The Humanities and Social Sciences Library in Georg Sverdrups hus is open. The other libraries keep their take away library open, but with reduced opening hours. We are planning to run as normal, with normal opening hours for all our libraries, from 10 August, provided the situation allows for this.
We have reopened the order function in Oria, and you can now order books directly there. The form that has been in use lately has been closed.
Access more than 250 medical textbooks with ClinicalKey Student. The University of Oslo has trial access for product testing until the end of May 2020.
The ProQuest Health Research Premium Collection journal package is no longer available after April 1, 2020. At UiO and OUS, we have had access to this journal package through the Health Library.
Finally there is an IT-helpdesk at the Medical Library at Rikshospitalet. IT-help will be available Mondays between 09-12, and Tuesdays between 14-16.
Do you work at The Norwegian Radium Hospital? Now you can get help with literature searching and other library services on site.
PubMed has gotten a makeover, giving users faster access to relevant biomedical research by improving usability and the search quality. The Medical Library will answer any questions you have about the changes.