House Calls at Queen's Medical Center: HML's Onsite Consultation Service
The librarians from the Hawaii Medical Library offer free instruction and consultation services to the QMC physicians and employees.
The Hawaii Medical Library librarians will bring library instruction to your offices and labs on The Queen's Medical Center campus. They will provide you or your staff with customized instruction on finding information and using the extensive library resource tools. Each House Call is tailored to the requestor's individualized information needs.
If you have a computer classroom, we can teach a hands-on class at your site. We can also arrange for one-on-one or small group tutorials in your department.
House Call topics may include the following:
- Online database searching in PubMed, CINAHL Plus, and other databases
- Electronic journals & books
- Evidence-based medicine resources
- Finding authoritative health materials for consumers
- Using the HML website effectively
- Document delivery and interlibrary loan services
Consider requesting an individual "consultation" to brush up on your database search skills or to identify the information resources available to you before beginning a research project, evidence-based medicine review, or grant proposal.
Call (691-4300) or e-mail the Librarians to schedule an individual consultation or instructional session for yourself or a group. Sessions usually last one hour. You will be contacted to discuss and arrange your House Call.