|Alison (Ali) Konieczny|
|Office: FLITE 315|
Researching Health Sciences Topics
***Need more help understanding Epidemiology Basics? Check out this e-book published by the British Medical Journal: Epidemiology for the Uninitiated. The First Chapter - What is Epidemiology is very useful!
Also, Medpage Today's Guide to Biostatistics may prove to be helpful.
- CDC Homepage
- Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR): You will notice that there is a search box at the top of this page. If you are interested in a particular topic, such as diabetes, you can use the search box to find CDC studies within the MMWR on your selected subject.
- Back issues of MMWR
Other CDC Publications
All of the journals linked below are available online. In general the journal homepage's should allow you to search within the journal for a topic of interest. Some journals have multiple full text options. If there is a full text option that appears easiest to search, it is noted by the journal name. For more information on linking out to the full text of the journal online, please see the Sample Journal Link-out below this section.
- Clinical Lab Sciences:
Medical Laboratory Observer (*Use InfoTrac Onefile link to search within this journal)
- Dental Hygiene:
Journal of Dental Hygiene (*Use InfoTrac Onefile link to search within this journal)
Journal of Dental Research
- Health Care Systems Administration:
Journal of Healthcare Management (*Use Proquest ABI/INFORM Global link to search within this journal)or
American Journal of Medical Quality (*Use InfoTrac Onefile link to search within this journal or the Sage Premier link)
- Medical Records:
- Nuclear Medicine:
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy
Journal of Clinical Pharmacology (*Use InfoTrac Onefile link to search within this journal or the Sage Premier link)
Diagnostic Imaging (*Use InfoTrac Onefile link to search within this journal)
- Respiratory Care:
Note: If you are having difficulties finding statistical information in the selected journals for your field, please consider searching on topics relevant to your discipline in one of the following journals: Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), New England Journal of Medicine, or American Journal of Epidemiology
- APA Quick Reference Style Guide: A brief 2 page printable handout
- Northern Michigan University's APA style guide: An excellent resource for current APA guidelines, including a section specifically for Health and Medical Resources.
- The Purdue Owl APA guide: Another excellent resource for APA style.
- Online Resources links for APA style
Any more questions? Contact: Alison (Ali) Konieczny / Email / Phone: 231-591-3696 / Office: FLITE 315
Don't forget, you are welcome to come to the Oval Information Desk and ask for help any time. You can also call us 231-591-3602 or chat with us.
Last update: December 5, 2008