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This guide is for pre-health students, as well as the staff in the Health Professions Advising office

Your Librarian

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Qiana Johnson
1970 Campus Dr.
Evanston, IL 60208
Social: YouTube Page

Your Librarian

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Becca Greenstein
Mudd Library, Room 2168

Email is the best way to get in touch with me as I work from home some days. I'm happy to send you resources over email, meet via Zoom, or meet in person

General Information

You can reach out to the staff at the Health Professions Advising office to meet with an advisor.

Northwestern's financial wellness division has information about Preparing for Graduate/Professional School.

Key Databases

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Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Northwestern Libraries subscribes to thousands of journals, and has access to millions of books. We still don't have everything, though, but we can get it for you (for free!) via Interlibrary Loan (ILL). In other words, never pay for anything for your research!

Working With Librarians

As an undergraduate at Northwestern, you have a librarian for the subject you're studying. They are all listed on the library website.

After you graduate and are in school for your chosen health profession, you will have a librarian for your specific field as well. For example, here are the librarians at Galter Health Sciences Library.