The Baptist Health College Little Rock Library aims to serve BHCLR students, faculty and staff by providing contemporary medical library services. The library offers access to print and online journals, access to several useful databases for medical research, books and textbooks in print and e-books online. The library has a partnership with the UAMS Library system which participates in interlibrary loan services, and increases access to journal articles and resources outside of the library's parameters. The library staff is available to provide guidance to all staff and students in performing literature searches, providing journal and book access, and using the library's resources.
Location: Baptist Health College Little Rock, Office 1504
Operating hours: 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday - Friday (Closed for Lunch, 12:00 - 1:00 PM)
General E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students have full access to check out materials. Please bring your BHCLR badge with you for identification purposes.
Use these resources to find access to our journals and books - both in print and electronic versions.
Online Library Catalog
The catalog lists our available holdings of books and journals - both print and electronic. Search by title, author, subject, or keyword to find the resources available through the library.
The Online Library Catalog catalog lists our available holdings of books and journals - both print and electronic. Search by title, author, subject, or keyword to find the resources available through the library.
The attached file lists where to find access to the databases to which the library subscribes - whether on-campus or off-campus. Listed are the usernames and passwords for access to the databases for off-campus use. You will not need these if you are using a Baptist Health computer on-campus or at the Baptist Health Medical Center in Little Rock.
Pubmed is a database that contains more than 24 million citations and abstracts to biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books in the fields of biomedicine and health, including life sciences, behavioral sciences, chemical sciences, and bioengineering. This resource is free and hosted by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) at the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM) located at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
This tutorial shows you how to research PubMed and request articles.
PubMed update, February 2019
DynaMed is an evidence-based reference tool designed for use at point-of-care to answer clinical questions during practice. This database has more than 3,400 topics that are updated daily with content from over 500 medical journals. Each article on DynaMed is evaluated for clinical relevance and scientific validity and represents a synthesis of the best available evidence.
This tutorial shows you the basics of how to use the CINAHL database.
CINAHL The Cumulative Index for Nursing and Allied Health Literature is the most comprehensive resource for nursing and allied health literature. This database provides full text for more than 770 journals to be used as a research tool for nursing, biomedicine, health sciences librarianship, alternative/complementary medicine, consumer health, and allied health.
This brief tutorial shows you the basics for using Ovid.
Use this tutorial as an introduction into how to use Ovid.
Click EBSCO to access the EBSCO Host
This tutorial shows you the basics of searching the EBSCO database.
Baptist Health will have a trial of the Clinical Key for Nursing database. This database focuses on information that will benefit nursing students. Use it as you would any other database. Because it is a trial, please tell us your feedback on the database so that we can decide to renew it or not.