Learn about searching databases focused on the health sciences to find articles you'll need for course work or doctoral capstone work, keyword searching, how to find course readings, authoritative government websites, and sources for health statistics. This session can benefit any School of Health Science student in developing library research skills.
Video: Introduction to Health Sciences Library Research (YouTube)
Recorded October 2018 ( 52 min 12 sec)
This session discusses developing a research question using the PICOT method. It then goes over the levels of evidence in health research, what they mean in regards to quality, and where to find resources for the different levels of evidence.
Video: Advanced Nursing Research Library Lab (YouTube)
Recorded June 2019 (45 min 07 sec)
Review articles come in many forms in the medical literature and have varying levels of relevance related to the best evidence or summary of a topic. This session will discuss different types of reviews and cover how to find systematic reviews, integrative reviews and review articles in the library databases.
Video: Medical Research: Finding Reviews (YouTube)
Recorded May 2018 (36 min 50 sec)
In medical research there are many different study types or methodologies for research articles. This session will define these different types of studies, their validity and relevance and how to find them in the library databases.
Video: Medical Research: Finding Studies by Type (YouTube)
Recorded May 2018 (59 min 1 sec)
Medical practice has been greatly impacted by policy both recent and historically. Additionally, many legal cases have shaped these policies over time. This session will cover how to identify and find relevant policies and legal cases related to healthcare
Video: Health Policy and Medical Law Research (YouTube)
Recorded June 2018 (41 min 52 sec)
Learn about search strategies and organizational tools and explore other relevant topics: