Resources for Oregon-licensed Health Providers

Directory of resources available to health professionals licensed to practice in Oregon and not otherwise affiliated with OHSU.

OHSU Resources Available to All Oregon-Licensed Health Providers

Oregon-licensed health providers (without OHSU affiliation) have access to the AccessMedicine Database through the OHSU Library.

Information on basic sciences and medicine, including the Lange Current Diagnosis and Treatment series, Harrison's, and Goodman and Gilman's. The Lange Self-Assessment Tool for the USMLEasy is also included. Users must have an OHSU Library barcode in order to use AccessMedicine, which must be applied for on our Library Barcode Application page.

  • At the OHSU BICC Library

By coming to the library during open hours, you will be able to request and check out library books and journals free of charge (typically a $50 annual fee). You can have access to nearly all of the resources available at OHSU Library, including use of our databases and electronic journals from our computer stations.  

Free Article Delivery via PubMed for Oregon MDs & DOs Only

Reprints Desk

This service is available to MDs and DOs only as part of their licensing fee.   This service will need a Library Barcode.

Through a partnership with the Oregon Medical Board, the OHSU Library offers to Oregon-licensed MDs and DOs access to an article delivery service. Using PubMed enabled with Reprints Desk, this service provides a quick and easy way to obtain journal literature from nearly any journal title including NEJM, Science, Nature and many more. 

Getting started with Reprints Desk Service:


Step 1: Get OHSU Barcode

Obtaining an OHSU Library barcode is the first step in gaining access to the OHSU Library’s article delivery service offered via Reprints Desk.  Apply for a barcode using the Barcode Application form.

Step 2: Register for Reprints Desk

After obtaining an OHSU Library barcode, you must sign up for a Reprints Desk account.  Signing up will take less than five minutes but processing your account may take up to an hour. This is a two-step process.

You will receive an e-mail when your account is active from Reprints Desk with a new username and password. 

Step 3: Find Articles

If you are searching for articles on a particular subject, and have already registered:

  • Search PubMed enabled with Reprints Desk
  • After finding an article of interest, click on the linked title of the article. Look for and select the ‘Get Article from Reprint Desk’ icon and login using your Reprints Desk username and password. Your order form will be auto-populated with information from PubMed.

Step 4: Order Articles

If you have a citation for a journal article you would like to order, and have already registered:

Step 5: Manage Account

Getting help, checking the status of orders, editing delivery profiles, resetting passwords, and sharing feedback are all accessible to you via the Reprints Desk Dashboard.



In order to provide access for all Oregon licensed MDs and DOs to the article delivery service, certain limitations must be maintained.

  • This service is limited to a cost of $50 per article. Requests that exceed $50 will not be filled. For those items that cannot be filled through Reprints Desk, see Loansome Doc service. 
  • There is a limit of 100 articles per year per registered user. Users who exceed 100 articles will be unable to place orders until the beginning of the next fiscal period which runs July through June.

Please contact us if you have any questions about eligibility to use this service.

For problems or help using this service, contact Reprints Desk.


Free Resources Available from the National Library of Medicine and Others

National Library of Medicine resources

Provides access to the MEDLINE database of references and abstracts on medicine, nursing, dentistry and pre-clinical sciences. Links to full-text articles when available.

  • Oregon-licensed MDs and DOs can obtain free full-text of articles indexed in PubMed MEDLINE using the Reprints Desk service. Follow the instructions for Free Article Delivery via PebMed for Oregon MDs & DOs.
  • Other Oregon-licensed health providers can request full-text of articles for a fee using the National Library of Medicine Loansome Doc service. You can learn more about Loansome Doc here.


Other resources