Reference Guides & Resources
To expand your research to books not located in the Library HORNetCat or online in netLibrary, you may request other books through Interlibrary Loan or check them out from libraries in the Montgomery Higher Education Consortium. Alabama Libraries and the WorldCat (ASU) database are sites for locating materials in other libraries.
The best method for finding journal articles is to use one of the Library's online article databases. For additional information on the databases listed below and for others, explore our list of databases. Our Databases are easily accessible off campus by clicking on the database name and typing in the information requested. If you need additional assistance with accessing the databases, contact Cedric Davis at (334) 229-6998.
Some of the databases provide access to the entire text of articles. If the text of an article is not available in a database, check for the journal title in E-Journal Finder (ASU) to determine if the article is available in another online database. Serials Solutions does not include all the databases available at ASU, so be sure to check the following links to electronic journals.
Databases with electonic journals include Oxford Journals Online (ASU) and ScienceDirect (ASU) . Online indexes that provide links to journals that may be available are FreeMedicalJournals, Directory of Open Access Journals, FindArticles, and BioMedCentral. Access to the New England Journal of Medicine is available.
Also check HORNetCat, our online catalog, for availability of journals in the Serials Department on the third floor. Materials not available in the Library or via a full-text database may be requested through Interlibrary Loan.
Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy
Health Reference RC 55 .M42
Stedman's Medical Dictionary, 27th ed.
Health Reference R 121 .S84 2000
Stedman's Abbreviations, Acronyms & Symbols, 3rd ed.
Health Reference R 123 .S84 2003
Dictionary of Medical Syndromes, 4th ed.
Health Reference RC 69 .M33 1997
National Center for Health Statistics
Social Statistics Briefing Room: Health
Statistical Abstract of the United States
Centers for Disease Control
United States Historical Census Browser
Statistical Resources on the Web
Basic Allied Health Statistics and Analysis
Main Stax R 853.S7 K63 2000
Research methods for clinical therapists : applied project design and analysis
Main Stax RM 708 H53 1999
Assessing competence : a resource manual
Main Stax RM 701 .A77 2001
National Medical Association
Findlaw Internet Legal Resources - Health Law
U.S. Federal Court's Home Page
Lectric Law Library Lexicon-Dictionary
Internet Legal Resource Guide
Law and Liability.
Main Stax RM 701 .L38 1999
Federal and state governments publish a plethora of information on many topics. Although the University Library is not a depository for government documents, you can request documents through Interlibrary Loan. . You may also visit the Library at Auburn University Montgomery, which is a depository.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
National Institutes of Health
National Library of Medicine
National Council Against Health Fraud (NCAHF)
GPO Monthly Catalog (ASU)
Thomas: Legislative Information on the Internet
Canadian Physiotherapy Association
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
You will use the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association to cite your sources. A copy of the Manual is available at the Reference Desk on the first floor of the Library.APA Style Quick Reference
American Medical Association Style Guide (Univeristy of WA)
A Guide for Writing Research Papers
The World Wide Web is an outstanding but often bewildering source of information. Not everything you find will be authoritative, accurate, and valid. Try searching one of these databases to find more reliable Web sites.
BUBL LINK Catalogue of Internet Resources
INFOMINE Scholarly Internet Resource Collections
Librarians' Index to the Internet
Scout Report Archives