Nebraska Medicine and the University of Nebraska Medical Center have teamed up to provide some ways to learn about conditions and treatments, regardless of how computer savvy you are.
Consumer Health Information Resources Service
University of Nebraska Medical Center librarians will research a condition or treatment for you for free as long as you are a Nebraska resident or Nebraska Medicine patient. A health science librarian will put together a package of information including journal articles, chapters of books, pamphlets and other resources on your condition.
Any Nebraskan or patient seeking treatment at Nebraska Medicine can use the library and this service free. Learn more about how the program works.
Request research by one of the following:
- Call 866.800.5209 or 402.559.6221
- Email the Consumer Health Information team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Find Trusted Health Information on MedlinePlus
Medlineplus.gov is the National Institute's of health's website. It is a free, curated information source for thousands of conditions and treatments.
Librarians and researchers with medical backgrounds have compiled all the content on this website, including only what they judged to be reliable. You can learn anything from current health topics to definitions for drugs and medical terms, along with watching full medical procedures.