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Located at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center, ZSFG Library is open to the public. We provide research support, point-of-care tools, and a community-focused hub for all employees at ZSFG.
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Resources for UCSF at ZSFG
UCSF faculty, researchers, residents, and staff at ZSFG have access to all UCSF Library materials and PubMed@UCSF.
Searching for the PDF? Try the following options.
We offer guidance in a range of areas including:
Contact us for help searching the literature, learning more about incorporating open science into your research, partnering on systematic review projects, and more.
Resources for DPH at ZSFG
Note that you must be on the ZSFG campus to use these resources.
San Francisco Department of Public Health clinicians and staff can access the following databases to find articles and point-of-care tools. (Note that you must be on the ZSFG campus to access these resources.)
It’s possible to access materials from the main UCSF Library and the broader UC Library community. Follow the request process for DPH.
Need remote access to UCSF Library databases? Managers with a DPH Active Directory account can submit a Remote Access Request on behalf of DPH staff.
San Francisco Department of Public Health clinicians and staff can access the following books online. (Note that you must be on the ZSFG campus to access these resources.)
Contact us for help searching PubMed, finding evidence-based guidelines and articles for QI projects, accessing full-text PDFs, and more.
Study and conference spaces
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You have questions? We have answers.
Check out our Help Center for how-to articles and FAQs on topics like Using the EZproxy Bookmarklet, How to Perform an Advanced Literature Search, and 10 Ways to Support Open Research. Have more questions? Contact us.