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Clinical Faculty & Preceptors Support Services

Library resources available to ATSU clinical faculty and preceptors

Quick Search

Still OneSearch for Preceptors provides an integrated search of databases, biomedical journals and e-books available to ATSU clinical faculty via either full text or free interlibrary loan (10 free articles per month).

In order to receive access to library materials, Preceptors/Clinical Faculty should reach out to their program administrative staff. They can put in a ticket to ITS with your access request. ITS and the Library will then work together to make sure your access works properly. 

See below for access to specific included databases.

Online Resources & Databases for Preceptors

ATSU believes that clinicians' access and use of the best available evidence is a core component of the quality of care that a clinician can deliver. This Clinical Faculty Library portal aims to provide ATSU clinical faculty with as many of the resources that are available to students as possible according to the terms of their licenses. Clinical Faculty are expected to use these resources to support ATSU associated educational and training activities.

Use the ATSU Clinical Faculty Portal to gain access to : 

*Indicates these are Preceptor-only/unique links; non-preceptor logins will not work through these access points.
Last updated: February 2022

Interlibrary Loan

The Library provides access to an assortment of skilled research support for Clinical Faculty and Preceptors, including interlibrary loan services:

  • Free & low-cost Interlibrary Loan Up to ten journal articles a month for free
    • Each additional article per month is $10
  • Requesting articles is easy using the Library's Ask-A-Librarian form

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