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Teresa Jewell


Health sciences librarians serve the University of Washington health sciences community by sharing information about library collections, services, department-specific resources, procedures for requesting new materials, and by supporting the teaching, clinical, and research needs of the UW health sciences community.

I can:

  • Help you identify the best databases for your research topic
  • Recommend ways to effectively use HSL databases and develop search strings
  • Help plan your literature/scoping/systematic review process
  • Answer your questions via email or phone, or meet over Zoom
  • Discuss library services and resources with you or your class

Departments and Specialties


  • Interprofessional Education in the Health Sciences
  • Rehabilitation Medicine



Some favorite non-UW resources

Carrie Price's video tutorials: Tutorials about using health sciences library tools and techniques--some only 5 minutes long! Topics include searching (especially PubMed), EndNote, publishing and more.

UX Caucus Database Tips: The MLA User Experience Caucus digs into why that database isn't doing what you expected.


Are you new to researching, need a refresher after some time away, or just want to expand your skills?
The Graduate Student Research Institute (GSRI) is a self-paced online workshop for grad students to build research skills while connecting with library resources. The live event was in Summer 2022, but the training materials remain available. If you wish you knew more about constructing searches or publishing your work or managing your time, check it out! Or watch the GSRI homepage to register for the 2023 session.



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