Answered By: Jim Shaw
Last Updated: May 06, 2015     Views: 5

Point your Internet browser to the Criss Library website at http://library.unomaha.edu and look for the Research Tools column on the left side of the homepage.  Click the link to the All Databases A-Z directory in the Find Articles, Databases & Journals dropdown menu.

From All Databases A-Z, I recommend you first connect to Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition.  Here is the description:

"provides nearly 550 scholarly full text journals focusing on many medical disciplines. In addition, this database includes the Lexi-PAL Drug Guide, which provides access to up-to-date, concise and clinically relevant drug monographs. Subjects covered include: AIDS, cancer, diabetes, drugs & alcohol, aging, fitness, nutrition & dietetics, children's health, women's health, etc."

Health Source includes medical/scientific journals as well as consumer-level resources, so it often proves a great "one-stop shopping" place for health information.  If you need additional information beyond that in Health Source, the Sage Premier and Wiley-Blackwell databases  also include medical and health-related journals.

 

James Shaw, Director of Collections, Criss Library, UNO; jshaw@unomaha.edu

 

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