Thursday, January 26, 2023

Rehab: Welcome to Ascension Wisconsin Library Services - Library Resources to Make Your Work Life Easier

Dear AW Rehab Professionals:

Welcome to Ascension Wisconsin Library Services!


Michele Matucheski, MLS, AHIP  and Kellee Selden, MLIS, MSMI

We are your Medical Librarians for Ascension Wisconsin.   

Allow us to give you a tour of Library Services.


Ascension Wisconsin Library Services Home [Use Chrome]

Feel free to add this link to your Favorites/Bookmarks.  This website offers the same content statewide.  

  • You will find our contact info under the Contact Your Librarians tab.
  • If you use the PubMed links on our library pages, it will tap into our full-text offerings via our subscriptions.  
  • Get Articles! If you can’t get to a full-text article, send us the citations and we’ll get them for you.  We have connections all the way up to the National Library of Medicine.  Feel free to email citations to us, or use our Request Forms.
  • Literature Searches. We are also available to search the databases on your behalf, if you don't have time or are not comfortable searching them yourself.  Just tell us what you're looking for and we'll return relevant search results with links to fulltext articles whenever possible.  Request Forms.
  • Using the AW Library Website

We offer a New Issue Alerts / eTOC current awareness service so you can keep up with your favorite professional journals.  Just let me know what titles you’re interested in.  For each new issue, you’ll get an email with links to the current full-text articles.  

Rehabilitation Guide – a Guide filled with tools and sources that will be most helpful to a busy Rehab Professional, including  eBooks, eJournals, patient education, professional development and more.     Consider adding this LibGuide to your Favorites.

Clinical References: Physician & Provider ToolBox – a Guide filled with tools and sources that will be most helpful to a busy Physician, including  sources for point-of-care, drug info, diagnosis tools, access to over 1400 eBooks, full-text articles, patient education, and more.     You may want to consider adding this page to your Favorites/Bookmarks as well. 

DynaMed is a physician point-of-care reference tool offering answers to clinical questions.  Content is written by a team of physicians and researchers who synthesize the evidence and provide objective analysis.  It offers clinically organized summaries for more than 3,200 topics.   Also includes drug info.             

          See also: The DynaMed Search Tips page.


Clinical Key with Clinical Overviews and Procedures Consult

There’s also a Search Tips Page for Clinical Key, filled with useful articles, tutorials and videos to help you get the most out of it.   Consider signing up for a personal account with remote access for added functionality.

                Clinical Overviews are similar to UptoDate, by offering review articles on 1400 primary care topics, including current evidence, treatment and dosing info, and more.

                ProceduresConsult is like YouTube for Medicine.  It’s great if you need to review a procedure before you have to do it.  It provides a web video, along with a complete write-up of the procedure, including coding info.

                Clinical Key includes 1100+ medical eBooks, and 500+ eJournals.  

                  > The most useful CK eBooks are called out on the Rehab LibGuide under the Books Tab.  


Let me or Kellee know if we can be of any help to you.  If you want an in-depth look at any of our resources, we would be happy to give you a personalized tour.  Let me know if you want to schedule something.


Your AW Medical Librarians,

Michele and Kellee


Michele Matucheski, MLS, AHIP

Medical Librarian


Kellee Selden, MLIS, MSMI

Manager & Medical Librarian

Ascension Wisconsin Library Services 

       Find More Answers on our Ascension Wisconsin LibGuides   


If it takes you more than 10 minutes to find something, call or email the library. Finding what you need, no matter how obscure, is what we do.

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