Information for Clinicians & Residents

Accessing Information Resources from Off Campus

EVMS network account holders can access licensed library databases and other resources from off-campus via the EVMS proxy server. When a restricted resource is selected — e.g., StatRef or Dynamed Plus — you will be asked for a username and password. Once these are entered, you will have full access to the database.

Please note, you must connect to these resources through the EVMS library web page in order to gain access to licensed resources.

If you have questions about these resources, please contact the Library at (757) 446-5851 or email the Information Desk (

If you have questions about your username and password, contact the Network Center at (757) 446-5871 or email them at

For training information, call April Pace, Education Coordinator, at
(757) 446-5846 or email at


Clinical Reference and Point of Care Databases

See Evidence-Based Medicine databases for other clinically useful sources.


Practice Guidelines


Full-text Resources

  • Access Medicine: Full-text access to current medical textbooks, study aids, and clinical tools
  • ClinicalKey : Full-text access to current medical reference texts, journals, patient handouts, and drug information.
  • Electronic Journals: Alphabetical and "By Discipline" lists of full-text electronic journals.
  • Electronic Books: Alphabetical, searchable list of electronic books.
  • PubMed LinkOut : Provides links to most EVMS full-text electronic journals. Look for the "EVMS Online" icon.
  • STAT!Ref (E-Books) : Full-text access to current medical reference texts and clinical tools.
  • Online Catalog Click on “Periodical Title” to search by journal title to find print periodicals.
  • ILLiad Request journal articles and books not owned by EVMS and also journal articles not available electronically.


Health Information for Your Patients


Complete Brickell Library Database List


Clinical Medical Librarian Program
The Clinical Medical Librarian (CML) program extends library and information services into the clinical environment. Librarians attend morning reports and rounds and help integrate literature searching of "best evidence" into the patient care setting. Please call for additional information about this program.

Contact: Kerrie Shaw
(757) 446-5847