Wake AHEC Library Services
Wake AHEC Library Services are offered through our virtual reference desk. Our staff will search the healthcare literature for you, arrange interlibrary loans or retrieve articles, and teach individual or group classes that will enhance your search skills.
There is no charge for most library services provided to healthcare professionals. Please look at our fees page for more information. If obtaining your requested articles or books will incur a fee, the charges will be passed on to you. We will inform you of costs prior to filling your request.
For more information, call 919-350-8529, email firstname.lastname@example.org, download this pdf:
AHEC Library Services, or watch this short video.
The AHEC Digital Library (ADL) is a statewide electronic network of resources gathered to support NC healthcare professionals in obtaining current information. The ADL includes collections of specific health specialty resources with access to full-text journals and textbooks and searchable databases, including Medline, CINAHL, and The Cochrane Collection of Evidence-Based Medicine Reviews.
Individuals may access the ADL in several ways:
- A free version with limited resources is available to all individuals at http://library.ncahec.net
- Many NC hospitals have institutional ADL subscriptions for their employees and medical staff. NC healthcare professionals may purchase yearly memberships for $250 per individual.
- Less than the cost of a single journal subscription, memberships provide access to the full scope of licensed ADL resources 24/7.
To check your eligibility or to apply for a free 30-day trial of the ADL, complete this form.
To review the steps to find and print an article in the ADL, view this self-paced tutorial.