University Library & Learning Resources Center

PTH 650 - Research I

Dr. Barney LeVeau

 

Books Journal Articles/News Your Comments

The purpose of this course research guide is to familiarize you with some of the resources in the University Library and on the World Wide Web useful for locating information on health information management.

Please contact Inga Moten for any questions at (334) 229-1074 or imoten@alasu.edu . For assistance while in the Library, visit the Health Sciences Public Service Desk on the 4th floor. That phone number is (334) 229-6827.

Journal & News Articles

  • Medline - Biomedicine database from the National Library of Medicine
  • Medline (EBSCO) [ASU] - Biomedicine database from the National Library of Medicine
  • CINAHL [ASU] - Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature
  • ALL EBM (Evidence Based Medicine) Reviews [ASU] - Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature
  • PEDro - Physiotherapy Evidence Database
  • Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe [ASU] - Newspaper articles and full-text journals
  • MedlinePlus - Consumer health information from the National Library of Medicine
  • NLM Gateway - National Library of Medicine

    If the text of an article is not available in the database you are searching, first check for the magazine,
    journal, or newspaper title in:

  • E-Journal Finder [ASU]
  • Oxford Journals Online [ASU]
  • ScienceDirect [ASU]
  • FreeMedicalJournals
  • Directory of Open Access Journals
  • BioMedCentral
  • New England Journal of Medicine
  • For journals that are housed in the Library, check the Library Catalog.
    Type in the title of the magazine, journal, or newspaper the "Find Results in:" box and and scroll down to Journal Title Keyword and click.

    Additional Databases

    Additional databases that provide related information are listed. For a complete of list of databases that support the Health Sciences, click on Electronic Databases link from the Library's Home Page.

    Our databases are now easily accessible off campus. Clicking on Electronic Databases, the database name and type the information requested. You will need to get you current ASU ID validated at the Library's Circulation Desk prior to accessing the database. If you need additional assistance with accessing the databases, contact Randy Curtis (334 229-5604) or Cedric Davis (334 229-6998).

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    Books

    Because of their length, books provide a more in-depth look at topics than articles do. Some books include essays or chapters on related topics.

  • Local Catalog - for books in the University Library
  • NetLibrary [ASU] - full-text online book collection
  • WorldCat [ASU] - search for books and documents in many libraries
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    Your Comments

    Please take a few minutes to let us know what you think about this guide. Has it helped with your research? Do you have any suggestions for improving the guide? You may e-mail Inga Moten (imoten@alasu.edu) or call at (334) 229-1074 with your comments and suggestions.

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    Course Research Guides | Information Literacy Program

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    Alabama State University
    University Library & Learning Resources Center
    Authored by: Inga Moten, Health Science Librarian
    All contents copyright 2004, ASU. All rights reserved.
    September 16, 2005
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