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Introduction to the Martin and Gail Press Health Professions Division Library: Faculty

About the Martin and Gail Press Health Professions Division Library: hours, library services for students, faculty, alumni and visitors

Your Library Liaisons

Liaison Librarians

Andrea du Chaussee, MLIS, MA 954-262-3123 Liaison – Nursing, Occupational Therapy
Daisy De La Rosa, MLIS 954-262-3117 Liaison – Anesthesiology Assistant, Pharmacy, Respiratory Therapy, Sonography
VACANT 954-262-3119 Emerging Technologies/Collection Development Librarian
Julie Sarpy, Ph.D, MSLS, MA 954-262-3121 Liaison – Allopathic Medicine, Biomedical Informatics, Disaster and Emergency Management, Medical Sciences, Nutrition, Osteopathic Medicine, & Public Health
Majid Anwar, MLIS 954-262-3107 Director of Reference
Melinda Johnson, MA, MLIS 954-262-3135 Liaison –  Audiology, Exercise Science, Physical Therapy, Speech Language Pathology
Pam Beegle, MLS, BA 954-262-3122 Liaison – Dental Medicine, Health Sciences, Optometry, Physician Assistant 

Liaison Librarians - Tampa

Chloe Hough, MLIS 813-574-5385 Liaison – Anesthesiology Assistant, Cardiovascular Sonography, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy
Tariq Rahaman, MLIS 813-574-5329 Liaison – Osteopathic Medicine, Physician Assistant

Faculty Services

Clinical Faculty and Preceptors

In appreciation for your service as a preceptor or clinical faculty, the Press HPD Library of Nova Southeastern University provides you complimentary access to all of the online materials of the HPD Library.

For more information, please review the Clinical Affiliates guide.

Print Reserves

The Press HPD Library strives to obtain one copy per 50 students of each required HPD textbook. Electronic versions of the textbook are purchased when available. If an electronic version is not available, a print copy will be placed in the Print Reserves collection.  To obtain access to the this collection, please see the Library Front Desk.  

 

Print Reserves Policy:

  • Limited checkout time
  • Library Use Only to allow maximize access for your students.
  • Students, staff, and faculty can request a select number of chapters be scanned and sent to them via the InterLibrary Loan/Document Delivery

 

Textbook not on reserve?

If a required course textbook isn't currently available through NSULibraries or you'd like to recommend another item, please submit a Purchase Request  or contact hpdref@nova.edu

Faculty Services

Learn more about our Faculty Services.

Ordering Materials for the Library Collection

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