Important: Seat booking and Pre-registration (in case you do not have a library card) are MANDATORY. Please make book reservations EXCEPT for textbooks (for the Romanian sections) or reference books. Please consult the guides at the bottom of this page.
Online Clearance Form
After the conclusion of academic studies, the clearance form issued by "Iuliu Haţieganu" University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj-Napoca must also be signed by the Library staff, certifying that the student doesn't have any overdue books or other unpaid fines.
Should name changes occur during the years of study, please specify both versions.
A sample of the clearance form can be downloaded here:
- Sample for General Medicine
- Sample for Dental Medicine
- Sample for Dental Technicians
- Sample for Pharmacy Bachelor’s degree (undergraduate degree)
- Sample for Pharmacy Master’s degree
Dear library users,
On May 19th 2020, our library resumes public access with the following services:
- loans and loan returns
- partial access to our reading room seats (online scheduling required beforehand)
Library access will fully comply with the safety measures required (social distancing, disinfection).
Library items borrowed before the state of emergency and with a due date in March will be returned free of charge until May 29th 2020. Borrowed items may also be returned by courier (delivery expenditures covered by the library user) using the following address:
Biblioteca Universităţii de Medicină şi Farmacie ‘Iuliu Haţieganu’
Str. B. P. Haşdeu 38-66
Tel. 0740513317 (the number is only available for the delivery services firm)
Please make sure the books are packed properly to avoid damage during transportation.
Returned items and consulted items (in the reading rooms) will enter a ten day quarantine before becoming available again.
Library opening hours for all library public locations (3rd and 4th floor on V. Babes and 3rd floor on B. P. Hașdeu) are:
Monday-Friday: 8.00 - 15.30
Saturday, Sunday: CLOSED
Reading rooms are available as follows:
8.00 - 10.00 - access only if an online scheduling has been made beforehand
10.00 - 11.00 - CLOSED for disinfection
11.00 - 13.00 - access only if an online scheduling has been made beforehand
13.00 - 14.00 - CLOSED for disinfection
14.00 - 15.30 - access only if an online scheduling has been made beforehand
Please consult the guide below ("Students’ GUIDELINE") if you need help making an online scheduling.
In order to minimize your waiting time for borrowing items, please feel free to use the book reservation facility (please consult "Ghid de Inscriere si rezervare" below). In order to avoid any misunderstandings, please pay extra attention to the location information in the item description because that is the pickup location (FILIALĂ).
If you do not have a library card, please make your registration online, before coming to the library so that registration may be finalized by the librarian as soon as you arrive at the library.
You may access the library application here:
Please use the following phone numbers if you need extra information:
Tel: +40-264-597256 - int. 2216 (et.4, Sediul Babeş), 2217 (et.3, Sediul Babeş), 2218 (Filiala Hașdeu) or 0374834216/7/8
Please consult "Students’ GUIDELINE" below where you may also find the seat maps for all three locations.
Enformation, our partners, have identified articles, studies, book chapters that may help researchers understand and manage various aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as technologies that may be employed in order to fight it.
We invite all interested parties to continue their studies and research online, #deacasa.
Database access for STUDENTS
Access from outside the University IP classes (remote access = mobile access = #deacasa)
Use the e-mail address from @elearn.umfcluj.ro domain.
a) In order to remotely access (from outside the University premises) the following consortium or directly subscribed University resources:
Cochrane Library Wiley
OVID – LWW Premier Journal Collection Plus
ScienceDirect Freedom Collection, Elsevier
SpringerLink Journals, Springer
Thieme ebooks Collection
Clarivate Analytics (Web of Science)
create a mobile access account at:
www.e-nformation.ro -> "Creeaza cont"
Supply the required information and, in your e-mail, you will receive a link that needs to be activated. Check your spam/junk folders as well. Chose the institution, position, field and password. After your account is activated, log in and, under "Profil Instituțional" you may find the resources accessible through your institution.
b) In order to remotely access (from outside the University premises) the following consortium or directly subscribed University resources:
Academic Search Complete ,
Dentistry and Oral Sciences Source,
create an account at:
The account passwords are valid for one year.
In order to gain access to the Cambridge Journals database, please fill in the form you can find at:
c) In order to remotely access (from outside the University premises) the following consortium or directly subscribed University resources:
create an account at:
Open Access with Springer
We know how difficult the editorial process may be and how precious your time is. Consequently, we intend to support you and offer you assistance and counseling for every step on your publishing process. In this way, you may focus solely on your manuscript.
This service is addressed to PhD students, academics and researchers who want to see their work published by internationally acknowledged publishing houses.
Download now the Book Proposal Form and send it to our team. You will receive an answer very soon.
Start your great journey and find out if your manuscript is accepted!
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Access to the 2018 & 2019 content
The trial will expire on the 31st December 2019
Full text, open access
Collection of free access medical journals and websites
Full text books and journals, podcasts
BioMed Central has 214 free access medical journals
Collection of free access medical journals
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
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List of potential predatory publishers created by librarian Jeffrey Beall
To the attention of the users who have a mobile access account on the EBSCO platform:
Due to EBSCOs change of policy regarding mobile access (based on username and password) to its databases, account passwords are only valid for one year.
In case you own a mobile access account on the EBSCO platform but it fails to connect, these are the steps you need to follow:
2. Fill in the form at the bottom of the page. Attention! The User ID field must contain the same user chosen when you created the account.
3. Input a new password which needs to meet the following requirements:
- must have 6-20 characters, including special characters (such as #, @, &, *, %, !, ?, $)
- must not include words as ebsco, ehost, pa$$word, dynamed or admin
4. Do not forget to select, from the institution list, Iuliu Haţieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Cluj-Napoca
After you have filled in the form, you will receive a confirmation e-mail. Since creation and update of mobile access accounts is not automatized, your confirmation e-mail may reach you in a 24 hour period.
In order to access the Cambridge resources subscribed through the ANELIS Plus consortium, as well as the free resources offered by Cambridge University Press by the end of May 2020, you need to:
1. Create a mobile access account with Cambridge - http://www.info-edu.ro/activare-cont
2. User and password connection to the Cambridge Core platform - http://accesmobil.romdidac.ro/public/login
3. The list of Cambridge resources subscribed by ANELIS Plus is here: https://www.cambridge.org/core/what-we-publish/journals
4. Free resources (e-books) offered by Cambridge University Press by the end of May 202 are directly accessible here: www.cambridge.org/mybooks