Need your FIU One Card? Visit the FIU One Card office located on the first floor of the Gold Garage at the Modesto A. Maidique Campus. Visit the One Card site for more information.
The Medical Library is located on the 3rd floor, Room GL 380, inside the Green Library. The Green Library entrance and exit are situated on the 2nd floor and visitors need to scan their FIU One Card to enter or exit the facility. Persons not affiliated with FIU must register with the Guest Services attendant for entry card with barcode. A valid government issued photo ID will be required to register. Non-FIU affiliated visitors will be given access for a limited length of time after which they will be required to re-register.
Need full-text of an article or request a book not owned by FIU? Make sure to create your ILLiad account for interlibrary loan requests. Choose department 'College of Medicine' when creating your account.
Would you like to make a recommendation for the Medical Library's collection? Fill out the Purchase Recommendation Form.
FIU has self-service copying, printing, and scanning kiosks in the medical library and throughout campus. Please visit this page for more information on printing options, cost for black and white and color, and payment options at https://shop.fiu.edu/retail-services/ricoh-copyprint/index.html
Below are time-saving resources like re-usable case scenarios, videos, and images that instructors can use in their lectures.
Pre-Made Case Scenarios
The following resources provide instructors with re-usable case studies you can use in your lectures.
Easily export images from these databases. Many of these resources will generate an automatic attribution for you to include in your PowerPoint slides or wherever you make these images available.
Take segments of videos and embed them in your PowerPoints or Canvas Sites.
Re-Usable Education Material
Browse instructional material created and shared by instructors in universities across the country.
Shared Ideas about Medical Education
Read what other educators are writing about best practices and ideas in medical education,
You don't have to be a seasoned researcher to use the following resources. Here are bibliographic databases we recommend for anyone (students included) performing a literature review. Hover over the info icon to learn how many records these databases allow you to search.
Premier Bibliographic Databases
Federated Searching (searches across multiple databases simultaneously)
Measurement Tools and Instruments
Additional Databases via EBSCOhost (subscribed to via the Green Library)
Additional Databases via ProQuest (subscribed to via the Green Library)
Abstracts via ProQuest (subscribed to via the Green Library)
Here are some powerful Point-of-Care tools that anyone (including 3rd and 4th year clerking students, FIU affiliated residents, College of Medicine faculty, and Community-Based Faculty) can use in the clinic or at the bedside. Hover over the info icons to get a sense of each resource's size and scope.
Mobile Point of Care Reference
Simultaneous Database Searching at the Point of Care