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A guide to library resources for medical students and faculty at Dalhousie University in both Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
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DMNB resources

Some quick links to resources for our DMNB students. Even if you are based out of New Brunswick you can use Dalhousie's electronic subscription to RefWorks - just follow the directions in the RefWorks links on this page and remember to use your Dalhousie e-mail.

  • UNBSJ library homepage
    News, library hours, contact information, and floor plans.
  • UNB WorldCat catalogue
    Search UNB's catalogue, as well as the catalogues of tens of thousands of other libraries. Use UNB's document delivery to obtain print and electronic resources not owned by UNB.
  • UNB Document Delivery
    You are welcome to use the document delivery services of either Dalhousie or UNB. However, it will be fastest for you to use UNB Document Delivery when ordering books since they will ship directly to Saint John. Follow the link above to use UNB's document delivery, or click on the red "Request Item through Document Delivery" button in the WorldCat catalogue.
  • Book a study room  
    Study rooms at the library can be booked up to 7 days in advance. To book a study room, click the link above, call the circulation desk at 506-648-5710 or stop by in person. Rooms can be booked for up to 2 hours and reservations must be made for groups of at least 2 people.

    Each study room has different features. For a list, click the "more information" button (blue "i"). On the online system, number in brackets next to the room number indicates how many people will fit in the room.

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Search PubMed Clinical Queries

Books and More at the Library

Google Scholar Search


Search strategy development tools

See video tutorials on searching for evidence here.

For instructions on importing references to RefWorks, watch this video tutorial.


Kellogg Floor Plans

Need some instructions in a hurry?

Below are some quick links to instructions for some of our most frequently asked questions.


Halifax Librarians

Robin Parker & Melissa Helwig

UGME Liaison Librarians

W.K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library



Robin – 494-8961

Melissa – 494-1338

Saint John Librarian

Shawn Hendrikx

DMNB Librarian

Hans W. Klohn Commons

UNB Saint John

Room 209



DMNB Students will also want to refer to these pages:


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Help with writing & citing

  • Dalhousie's Writing Centre
    For help and advice with your papers, contact Dal's Writing Centre or drop in to the Kellogg Library during their office hours. Check website for details.
  • RefWorks
    RefWorks is a web-based citation manager that allows you to compile, edit and format bibliographies by importing references directly from online databases, from text files, or by entering them manually. Available to Halifax and DMNB students - sign up using your original e-mail.
  • Style Guides
    Need to know how to properly cite an article in your paper? This page links to guides on a variety of citation styles.
  • The Clinician's Guide to Medical Writing
    Available online
  • Mastering Scientific and Medical Writing: A Self-Help Guide
    Available online

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