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Alumni Library Services at ATSU

Tips and guidelines for using the ATSU library after graduating.

Access to Online Resources for Alumni

The A.T. Still Memorial Library offers alumni access to several premium online research databases through the ATSU Portal.

  • Rehabilitation Reference Center (RRC)
    • An evidence-based clinical reference tool for use by rehabilitation and training professionals at the point of care; includes Exercise Images and Patient Education guides
    • The Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) is the authoritative resource for nursing and allied health professionals, students, educators and researchers, with citations from over 2,960 journals in allied health and nursing back to 1981
  • STAT!Ref
    • Access to a large number of medical text and reference books, including AHFS Drug InformationDanforth's Obstetrics & Gynecology, etc.
      • Includes access to Essential Evidence Plus, a clinical point of care tool
  • STAT!Ref Dental
    • Access to several current dental textbooks and major reference books, including AAFP Conditions A-Z, Essentials of Dental Caries, etc.
  • Lexicomp Online for Dentistry 
    • Dental-specific drug database formatted for quick access to drug monographs and drug interaction analysis
  • Full-text e-Journals
    • An assortment of full-text e-journals

Evidence-Based Medicine/Practice Overview

Evidence-based Medicine/Practice is a methodology designed to facilitate your ability to efficiently access and use the scientific body of knowledge supporting your clinical practice. The goal is to enable you to quickly answer clinical questions using the best available evidence.

Research Support Services for Alumni

The Library provides access to an assortment of skilled research support for alumni:

  • Free & low-cost Interlibrary Loan via the Request an Article form
    • Up to five journal articles a month for free; each additional article per month is $10
    • Alternately, you can email your requests to or
  • Research consultation
  • Assistance with medical and other literature searches

Find Your State's Online Resources

Most states offer free access to a variety of online resources through their public libraries, some of which will be useful in your practice and with keeping up with the newest research in your field. All you need to access them is a public library card.

For help finding your state's resources, contact the Library or visit one of these sites: