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University of Washington Health Sciences Library

Anna Liss Jacobsen

Please note that Anna Liss Jacobsen has left the UW Health Sciences Library as of July 2022.

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You can continue to follow Anna Liss' professional career at her ORCID page: 0000-0002-7212-3830

Welcome

Your Librarian

Anna Liss Jacobsen (she/her) is the Medicine and Research Services Librarian at University of Washington Health Sciences Library.

Anna Liss primarily serves faculty, students, researchers, clinicians and staff in the School of Medicine across the WWAMI region and in the Physician Assistant (MEDEX) program. She can help you with your research, coursework, instruction and more. Topics in which she can help you include:

  • Developing an answerable research question
  • Effectively searching, accessing, managing and using resources
  • Critically evaluating resources and information for quality
  • Conducting evidence syntheses including systematic reviews

Research Assistance

Contact

  • Email Anna Liss with Questions or to request a Research Consultation
  • Ask Us Chat for Live Online Help 24 hours, 7 days per week

Resources and Services

Additional Resources

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For Students

Get help with Coursework, Research, Clinical work and more


For Faculty and Researchers

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University of Washington Health Sciences Library Mission

We advance scholarship, research, education and health care by anticipating information needs, providing essential resources, and facilitating learning for the greater health sciences community.

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