Welcome to the Rocky Mountain University University of Health Professions Learning Resource Center

Dear Students and Faculty:

There are some problems with the links between PubMed and EBSCO. When you click on the RMU online icon in PubMed, indicating that we do have that article, off campus you may get an error message. The good news is that all those articles are available in EBSCO. You can copy and paste the article title into the EBSCO search box and it will likely come up with your article. Sorry about the linking issues.

Our Institutional Access to Endnote 8 Is Now Active!

Thanks for the feedback!

We are still working on how best to make our institutional account available to all students. If you are ready to move forward now, contact Karen and she will send you instructions and the Product Key to activate your account.

AMA Manual of Style  is Now Online

Now available, the online, interactive version of the AMA Manual of style. This definitive manual covers topics specific to authors in health related fields.


New! Thieme Teaching Assistant: Anatomy 

Thieme Teaching Assistant is a state-of-the-art presentation tool featuring thousands of stunning illustrations and clinical images.

Library Orientation Survey

Evaluation provides us the opportunity to improve and strengthen the Library Instruction Program.

Students, please help us by taking a few minutes to give us feedback after your on-site Library Orientation. Library Orientation Survey

Database Access

Access to our databases is available through the links found on the LRC website. When on-campus, access  is seamless. Off campus access will require a users login. After clicking a link, users will be directed to a blue authentication page:

STUDENTS – Please log in using your RMUoHP WebStudy user name and password.

FACULTY – Please log in using your RMUoHP email or WebStudy user name and password.

Be sure to bookmark or add this link to your favorites.

If you experience any difficulties please contact us.
Ashley Bassett at 801-734-6820 or [email protected]

Karen Newmeyer at 385-375-8361 or [email protected]

Send Interlibrary Loan requests to: [email protected]. Please include as much information as possible with your requests.