Knowledge Services bridge the gap between information and knowledge.
We work with teams
- Management committees, quality improvement teams, systematic review and guidelines panels, and others.
- Contact us for more information.
We offer customized instruction for individuals and groups
- Database search techniques, library and information topics, finding full text.
- Managing references with Endnote or RefWorks.
- Customized instruction for your department.
Expert Searching and Consultations
Free Expert Search Services For National Jewish Health Employees
- Be confident that your topic has been thoroughly searched. Information specialists will search Medline and other databases for you at no charge, usually with same day delivery.
- Evidence for patient care and policy decisions.
- Comprehensive reviews for research, including IACUC and IRB protocols and continuing reviews.
- Health information for patients.
- Request a search.
Consultations for National Jewish Health employees and patients
- Find solutions to information overload.
- Devise research strategies, access pertinent literature and organize information efficiently.
- EndNote and other work flow technologies.
- Contact us to schedule a consultation.
Current Awareness Alerts
- The library offers weekly current awareness alerts that deliver the latest results of a customized search directly to your email.
- Highly useful for individuals with recurring needs for information on specific topics.
- Keep up to date on the latest published research from a journal, author or subject-area.
- For more information contact Information Specialist, Barb Griss, MLS.
Circulation of Books and Journals
To check out National Jewish Health materials, or items from the University of Colorado, fill out a Patron Data Sheet and submit it to the library.
- Books are loaned for two weeks.
- Journals are loaned for three days.
- Books from the scientific collection are circulated to National Jewish Health employees only.
- Health Info Center books are circulated to the general public - five book limit.
- Patrons are billed for material after two overdue notices.
Guides to online and print resources of interest to National Jewish Health staff and faculty. Guides are available on specific subjects and for specific users, like faculty and staff.
If an item is unavailable in our library's collection, request it from another institution. This service is available for free, for all National Jewish Health employees. Learn more.
Find information about remote access to library resources, WiFi, and more.
Instruction and Guides
Customized group or individual instruction is available to meet your scheduling needs. Free classes and consultations are held in the library or in your office. Call x1343 or email Peggy Cruse at firstname.lastname@example.org
Classes are held in the library small conference room K104d, unless otherwise noted.
- EndNote for beginners EndNote is a bibliographic management program that lets you keep a database of references. Learn to import, store and manage references and images, format references in different styles, and create bibliographies.
- Finding Full Text Full-text journal articles may be retrieved online in the library, from the NJH campus, or at home. Learn to find full text using the E-Journal Finder, the IMPULSE Catalog, and other resources including PubMed, Ovid, and MD Consult.
- Searching Ovid Medline Learn how to access, basic commands, and searching techniques for searching Ovid databases.
- Searching PubMed Learn to search MEDLINE through the National Library of Medicine's PubMed/Entrez search engine. This class focuses on author, journal, and subject searches; limiting sets; refining and combining search strategies; and finding full text links to articles.