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General Health-Related Library Resources: Home


Welcome to the Library's Guide for health-related research.


What do you need to accomplish?

Topic shopping iconTopic Shop
  • Look a topic  or narrow a topic down to a research question.
 Find Books
  • Use the library's search tools to find print books and eBooks.
 Find Articles / Clinical Information
  • Use the library's online research databases to find articles and clinical, evidence based information.
Link to Study Anatomy Online Stream Videos / Study Anatomy Online
  • Use a subscription database to watch health-related videos or practice anatomy online.
 Find Websites
  • Use these tips when searching for freely available websites.
Track and Cite Sources
  • Learn how to track your sources and cite them in your project.
Test Prep PictureTest Prep
  • Get ready for certification tests!

Levels of Evidence

Levels of evidence are very important to keep in mind when conducting medical research.  Don't forget to consider the level of evidence your source provides, no matter where you find it (database, free web, section of a book, etc.).  Start at the top of the pyramid for the most reliable evidence, keeping in mind that research may not yet exist or may not be feasible for some questions.


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Jenn Markus
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