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Health Science

This library guide provides useful resources for health science students, whether they are health science majors, in a class, or just curious.

This guide is intended for students who are doing research in health science,
either for classroom assignments, research papers, or exploring a career in health science.

Getting Started

Book cover - Magill's Medical Guide Encyclopedias are a great place to start your research. You can get background information to learn more about your topic so you can search smarter, not harder. Journal cover - Medical and Health Science Journal Articles are a good if you need very specific or very recent information on a topic. You can search for articles in the databases that the library subscribes to. Exploring a career in health science ? Take a look at this page to find career-oriented resources for health science.
Book cover - Our Bodies, Ourselves Books/eBooks will take you on a deep dive into a broader topic. You can get background, history, context, and multiple perspectives. You can search for books and eBooks in the library's catalog. Web searching can be a good place to start learning about a topic, but often it can take a lot of work to identify if a website is a good source or not. Citations are how you indicate to your readers what in your paper is your ideas and what are the ideas of others. Plus they're a required part of writing a research paper.