Interlibrary Loan

Materials needed, but not owned by the library, can be borrowed from other libraries. Delivery takes one to five business days.  Books can be picked up in the library and articles are emailed directly to you as PDFs. This service is for National Jewish Health employees only and available at no cost.

Check the Impulse Catalog or the E-Journal Finder  to see if we own the book or article before requesting an interlibrary loan.

Requests may be made online, over the phone or in person.

All requests should include:

  • Your full name and phone number
  • Accurate citation*
  • PMID or Medline UI number**

* Verify citations with PubMed's Citation Matcher.

** All PubMed and Ovid Medline records have unique identification numbers (called, PMIDs in PubMed and UIs in Ovid Medline).  Look up a PMID or UI.

Faculty Publications

The special challenge of nonadherence with sublingual immunotherapy. PubMed

Natural Killer T cell obsession with self-antigens. PubMed

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New Title: The Lancet Respiratory Medicine

The Lancet Respiratory Medicine launched in March 2013 and is the fourth Lancet specialty journal following in the footsteps of The Lancet Oncology, The Lancet Neurology, and The Lancet Infectious Diseases. Topics include but are not limited to asthma, COPD, tobacco control, critical care, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, mesothelioma, palliative medicine, and respiratory infections. Read more.

Colorado Healthcare Exchange

Starting Oct. 1st, Coloradans will be able to shop, compare, pick and purchase health plans at one site: Connect for Health Colorado! Wondering what individual insurance rates will look like? Looking for educational materials for your community members? Want to know who in your community is in the designated Health Assistance Network? Find out at the Connect for Health Colorado website. Read more.

Expert EndNote Tip

How to find and replace fields so that you can view metadata most efficiently… Recently, I was working on a project where I needed to sort EndNote records by publication type (the EN field, Type of Work). It’s simple enough to click on the the column header “Type of Work” and get it to sort alphabetically. BUT only one type of work displays in the library window, even when a record is indexed with multiple publication types! Read more.