Library services for DMNB students
As a DMNB student, your library services are provided by both Dal and UNBSJ. Access to print resources and in-person assistance is provided by UNBSJ, where you can also use group study rooms, quiet study areas, technology loans and computers and printers.
You have the same access to electronic resources via Dal libraries as any other Dal student. From a distance, you can take advantage of electronic journals, databases, and full-text articles. You can also use document delivery via either Dal or UNB to obtain articles and books from other libraries around the world.
DMNB Librarian: Jackie Phinney
Room 209, Hans W. Klohn Commons, University of New Brunswick, Saint John
How can Jackie help?
The DMNB librarian can help you in many ways during your studies, including:
- remote and local access to online and print resources
- literature searches for research, electives and assignments
- critical appraisal of articles
- training and help with new resources such as medical apps, new databases
- instruction and assistance with library services
- how to recommend a new resource for the library
- research help
- tours of the Commons and the medical collection in Saint John
- collaborative research with students, Horizon staff, and other professionals
- elective experiences
Need more information?
For more information on your library services, please contact Jackie or visit:
- Dal Med NB Library guide
- Dal Libraries – Health Sciences Research page
- Dalhousie Library catalogue (Worldcat and Novanet catalogues)
- UNB Library catalogue (Worldcat & Quest catalogues)
You may also wish to sign up for an Atlantic Scholarly Information Network card from Dal or UNBSJ. The request must be made in person at a library circulation desk. The card allows you to borrow from any Atlantic Canadian university library. Of particular interest would be access to the collections at UNBSJ and Université de Moncton, both of which have English-language medical collections. UNBSJ has almost 1000 medical books, with more arriving all the time.