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Applied Health Sciences: Get Started

Provides print and electronic resources for those researching in the field of Applied Health Sciences.

Starting places...

For topics in Applied Health Science...

If you're looking for an overview or background information with suggestions for further reading then

 

try e-reference resources, reference books or Annual Reviews.

If you're looking for books or ebooks then search the Library Catalog.
If you're looking for journal articles then

start with PubMed, the Web of Science (BIOSIS + MEDLINE + Web of Science), or other recommended databases.

If you have a citation and need to find the full article then

use Citation Search to search across all full text resources and if needed place an ILLiad request.

If you want to perform citation searching then

use the Web of Science to perform citation searching.  What is citation searching?

If you have questions, or need help then email Dr. Huttenlock

 

"I hope you find this guide helpful. Don't hesitate to contact me to discuss your research or ask a question."

 

Dr. Terry Huttenlock 

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Office: Buswell 152 
Phone: x5352

 

 
Search library FAQs

 

Text: 630.426.3432
Phone: 630.752.5169

The more you know...

Knowing basics about your topic is helpful before you begin researching.

  • If you don't have any background information, try using reference sources or search the internet.
  • This can also help you think of other keywords or synonyms to use in searches.
  • If you find one article or book, but need more, consult the bibliography for sources.
  • Many databases have a find more like this link in the articles, use it to see more articles related to the topic