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Internal Medicine Portal: Selected Journals

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For a complete list of the library's print and electronic journals, please go to the library's Journals page.

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Ask for assistance with a literature search

Contact your clinical librarian: Emily Shohfi


‚ÄčA lit search is searching a database for targeted results on your topic

  • Contact us for a lit search for these types of questions:
    • Patient care questions (extremely quick turn-around, not as in-depth searching)
    • Questions with clinical implications (fast turn-around with some lee-way depending on the extent of research)
    • Questions related to grand rounds and presentations (we always try to meet your deadlines),
    • Research/QI project searching 

Results will typically be delivered as a list or link to citations

  • We may attach some PDFs to give you a quick start
  • We can send you results as an Endnote Library or word document of citation + abstract if that is your preferred format. 

Other related pieces to lit searching:

  • We're happy to teach you to search literature efficiently on your own
  • We can consult on best keywords, phrases, and controlled vocabulary for your searches if you want to work with us instead of have us conduct the search for you. 
  • We can also work with you to see if there have been similar papers/projects done in the past, though rule-out searches are tricky based on database availability. 
  • We offer assistance with extensive/long-term research projects such as systematic reviews/meta-analysis/scoping reviews, but we request that you meet with us so we can discuss library services and timeframes.

Request document delivery if you're looking for full-text PDFs for citations you've found

Contact your Clinical Librarian

What is Clinical Rounding and how does it improve patient care?

When the clinical librarian joins your team, she will visit patient rooms with the rounding team. The team may have questions or conversations about best practices for patient care, why something has historically been done/why we've changed courses on patient management strategies, or have a need for background information related to a case.

Your clinical librarian can assist the team with either answering questions on the spot (searching on an iPad in real time), or accumulating questions to search, synthesize, and distribute later in the same day by email.

Clinical Librarians can also briefly demonstrate point of care tools and search strategies on rounds, and are happy to meet individually or in small groups at other times to improve these skills. 


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Your Clinical Librarian:

Emily Shohfi, MLIS, AHIP

Office: 301-395-2603
Building 1, Room 3456
emily.e.shohfi.civ@mail.mil

Currently available through situational telework

Contact the Darnall Medical Library (DML)

For WRNNMC Patients

  • TRICARE Appointment Line: 855-227-6331
  • Walter Reed NMMC Main Phone: 301-295-4611
  • TRICARE Health Services (Includes phone numbers)

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After-hours access to the library is available to WRNMMC Staff via the CDO at 301-295-4611.