COVID-19 & Library Access: the library is not staffed

KIB follows the recommendations from KI and the Public Health Agency to minimize social contact. The library is not staffed physically, but can be accessed by KI card (Flemingsberg). Please check the updated information page about our services

How do I find new research on the new coronavirus and COVID-19?
Real-time searches in PubMed: General – Personal & protective equipment – Pregnancy – Paediatrics
Real-time searches in LitCovid: Mechanism – Transmission – Diagnosis – Treatment – Prevention
More tips: Keep updated – searching the literature on COVID-19

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Today's opening hours - Monday

Please note that the library will have limited hours and no staff due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Solna pop-up library: 08:30 – 10:00

(Extended hours for KI affiliated: Closed)

Flemingsberg: Closed

(Extended hours for KI affiliated: 07:00 – 22:00)

All opening hours

What's up

We need to understand more about the needs in order to develop our digital services in this area. Help us by answering some simple questions. Time required is about 2 minutes.
On this page we will gather current information about the library services during the outbreak of COVID-19 (the corona virus). The library will not be staffed physically from 18 March.
KIB seeks applicants for the position of instructor of science writing for the doctoral course Writing Science and Information Literacy (WSIL).
Access to open and reliable scientific information is pivotal during the COVID-19 pandemic. On this page, we list a selection of COVID-19 related resources for research and education.
CC BY license should be used in research and higher education in Sweden.
During summer the loan period for books is prolonged.
KIB has reopened the subscription to a number of Elsevier journals. Among them: JACC, Gastroenterology, Journal of Investigative Dermatology, Kidney International, Cell Systems and The Lancet Diabetes & endocrinology

Explore the library

Search & evaluate

Do you think it is difficult to find good articles for your own work? Under Search & evaluate you can find suggestions about how to begin your search, how to use medical keywords in your searches to get better results and support for analysing content.

Write & cite

Academic Writing Support can help you improve the structure, style and language of your text. By asking our librarians you can learn APA and Vancouver-style referencing and how to search for information. Make an appointment, visit our drop-in sessions, or use our online resources.

Publish & analyse

Are you in the process of publishing your thesis? Do you have question concerning bibliometrics and verification? Are you thinking about where your article will be published? Why open access, or what the funding sources demand? Are you having trouble with Endnote?

At the library

Under the heading At the Library you will find information about the study facilities available at the library and how to reserve a group room. You will also find information about the wireless network, student IT services and the library service regulations.