In the A-Z eJournals list you can find the electronic journals that are full text available via the subscriptions of the University Library. This is a list with all online available journals, not only the (bio)medical journals. This list is updated daily.
In databases such as PubMed, you can use the red Full text button. For journal articles within our collection, you can read the full text after logging in with your s-, u- or z-number.
When encountering problems with the access to a journal, please notify the Medical Library by using Ask Your Librarian.
How can I use the advised textbooks in the Medical Library?
A few textbooks are not available online and print copies of these books are located next to the entrance. The print copies are only available for consultation in the Medical Library and cannot be borrowed.
Where can I find the journals in the Medical Library?
The journal collection of the Medical Library is available online via the A-Z eJournals list.
Older volumes of journals (in print) are located in the closed stacks and must be requested. For information on how to request literature from the closed stacks, see the FAQ: ‘How can I get literature from the closed stacks of the Medical Library?’
How can I get literature from the closed stacks of the Medical Library?
Part of the Medical Library's collection is located in closed stacks that are not directly accessible to users. Books or journals from the closed stacks can be requested in RUQuest via the button 'Request item' or contact us via Ask Your Librarian if you need assistance.
You will receive an email when the requested publication is available for you. The requested items will be available at the service desk. Requested materials will remain available for 7 days.
How can I request articles from libraries outside Nijmegen?
Articles or books that are not available in Nijmegen can be requested from another library in RUQuest using the button 'Request item other libraries' or contact us via Ask Your Librarian for assistance.
If you would like to request a large number of articles for a (systematic) review, the Medical Library can place these requests for you. For more information on ILL, check our page Borrowing.
Where can I find manuals for searching in (bio) medical databases?
In addition, on our Resources page you can click on "more..." to obtain more information about the database in question. Manuals that are available will also be mentioned here. Most databases also have their own extensive help guides.
Can Radboud University students borrow books from the HAN study centres (Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen)?
Students can print with Kuario from the computers in the study area. Printing from a laptop or mobile device is possble using EduVPN.
To print, copy or scan documents you will first need to activate your student card for Kuario and put sufficient balance on your account. Scanning documents is free of charge. For more information, visit the Kuario website.
Employees of the Radboudumc can print with their Z-number and staff pass.
Radboudumc employees can access the Radboudumc network via VMware.