Medical library, Lausanne University Hospital

Library services desk

At the reader services desk you can borrow or return items as well as ask any questions about the different library services offered.

Contact us: +41 21 314 50 82 or bium@chuv.ch

Study places

The study areas are designed to welcome students and collaborators to learn or study in optimal conditions by offering a spacious and comfortable work place.

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Informal area

Diverse seating arrangements, such as armchairs or high tables. The area is designated for studying, reading, waiting or simply relaxing.

Multimedia collection

Browse through our collection of movies and documentaries to borrow or view on site.

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Computer workstations

Computer workstations. A CHUV login is necessary to be able to access the workstations. CHUV staff members can use the printer located at the reception desk.

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Printing facilities (PrintUnil)

PrintUNIL print service. A PrintUNIL account, which can be created free of charge, is required. Visitors printing credits can be purchased at the library service desk.

CHUV collaborators can also print on the printer next to the library desk.

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Lab lockers and changing rooms

Lockers and changing rooms for the users of the lab rooms (only accessible during lab sessions). The University of Lausanne is responsible for the management of this area.

Lab rooms

Practical workrooms that can serve as study rooms at certain times when lab projects are over. The university of Lausanne is responsible for the management of the lab rooms.

AEML

Facilities of the Medical Students Association.

Main collection

Periodicals compact shelving

Archiving of periodicals. Get more information at the desk of the library.

Group study room (box 2)

Group study room (6 seats, minimum 3 persons). Exclusively designated for students of the Faculty of Biology and Medicine from the 2nd year onwards. They can be reserved in advance.

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Training room

Room for the library training sessions. Can serve as study space when not used for teaching purposes.

Study places

The study areas are designed to welcome students and collaborators to learn or study in optimal conditions by offering a spacious and comfortable work place.

WC

Informal area

Diverse seating arrangements, such as armchairs or high tables. The area is designated for studying, reading, waiting or simply relaxing.

Group study room (box 3)

Group study room (4 seats, minimum 2 persons). Exclusively designated for students of the Faculty of Biology and Medicine from the 2nd year onwards. They can be reserved in advance.

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Group study room (box 1)

Group study room (6 seats, minimum 3 persons). Exclusively designated for students of the Faculty of Biology and Medicine from the 2nd year onwards. They can be reserved in advance.

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Teaching collection

Books from to the Teaching Collection (low shelves), that can be searched from the the Renouvaud catalog

Learn more about how these documents are organized
Teaching collection
Essential documents by medical specialty

Study places

The study areas are designed to welcome students and collaborators to learn or study in optimal conditions by offering a spacious and comfortable work place.

Informal area

Diverse seating arrangements, such as armchairs or high tables. The area is designated for studying, reading, waiting or simply relaxing.