Search the library catalog to find books, journals, audiovisual materials, government publications, and many other kinds of resources available across UF's libraries.
The Health Science Center Library is pleased to offer house calls to faculty! Your liaison librarian will meet you in your office, clinic, or lab to provide information and assistance on a variety of topics. Group sessions are also available. Follow this link to see some of the many topics we'd be happy to discuss and estimates of how long they might take:
This library research guide is designed to help you find the materials you need related to your study of Radiation Oncology . It includes resources available through the Health Science Center Libraries and other reputable resources available online.
The tabs above provide links to different types of resources available to help you fill your information needs. Feel free to contact me if you need any help. Thanks for visiting!
Access to electronic resources should be seamless from any UF networked computer. Note that some computers in Shands may require remote access.
Eligibility for access: UF students/faculty/staff members with current, valid UF ID/Gator1 Card
Some databases, journals and resources are public access and some are UF-subscribed.
If you can't access full-text from PubMed, do not assume that we don't have it.
If UF does not have the article you need in either print or electronic form, request a free copy via InterlibraryLoan. ILL usually take 3 days and delivers as Web PDFs. Books and other items can also be obtained via ILL though they are slower to obtain.
If you would like the library to copy a UF-owned article for you, the cost is $5 per item.
Articles requested as "Rush" (needed for clinical emergencies) can be delivered in 4 hrs or less.
Do NOT pay to order articles without consulting with your liaison librarian!