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Optometry Resources: Home

This library guide serves as the Martin and Gail Press Health Professions Division Library portal for the College of Optometry, directing faculty and students to the most helpful library resources and services for their academic program.

Writing Help!

Need help writing a paper?

 Meet with a writing coach in the HPD Library or online

Make an appointment at the

 NSU Writing & Communication Center

Featured Databases

Find articles:

  Martin and Gail Press HPD Library Information


Introduction to HPD Library

HPD Studio (record presentations)

Writing Guide (APA, AMA Style Guide, Endnote)


Check us out!

Optometry Boards

Florida Board of Optometry

National Board of Examiners in Optometry (NBEO)

Optometry examination print review materials available at HPD Library

KMK Part II: Diagnosis & Treatment Board Review Guide available in reserve books- ask at Front Desk:  WW 18.2 C514k 2010  

Professional Organizations

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Welcome from the Health Professions Division Library at Nova Southeastern University! The HPD Library provides you full access to all of the print and online materials of the HPD Library. 

Resources include electronic full-text journals and clinical texts and access to our print collection as well as databases such as MEDLINE, CINAHL, PsycInfo, Up to Date, Clinical Key and the Cochrane EBM databases.

Services include interlibrary loan for articles outside of HPD Library journal subscriptions and  liaison librarian services including library instruction, orientation for new residents and research assistance.

Your Shark ID card serves as your library card. See the Director of Circulation for help regarding your library account at or (954) 262-3106. You will need your NSU ID.

Access Problems:

If you're having trouble accessing any of the Library's online resources, please

First, ask yourself if you are behind a firewall at your location.  Many health care institutions have firewalls that prevent access to our resources.  If you are behind a firewall you need to access our resources from another place, such as home or maybe Starbucks.

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