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ARTICLES ARTICLES! Start with 2 to 4 important words about topic. ARTICLES ARTICLES!

Find It! in Health Care

Get to Full Text ARTICLES Quick - How To

The Find It! in Health Care Multiple Database Search box ABOVE covers health care, scientific, and related resources like MEDLINE, CINAHL, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, PsycINFO, SPORTDiscus, Science Citation Index, Academic and Business Search Complete, and more.  

Start with 2 to 4 of the most important words about your topic.  

If you are off the Cullowhee campus, log in with your name and 92#.

For more information, visit the ARTICLES tab.


Evidence-based practice (EBP) information types

When possible, use higher forms of evidence-based research information, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, which look across multiple studies to tease out what the greatest amount of research suggests. 

Search practice guidelines, like those in National Guideline Clearinghouse.  

Then look for regular ARTICLES detailing results from research studies.

The following 5 minute video explains these levels in greater detail.  For more indepth explanation, watch the extended 15 minute version.


Find Federal, State, Tribal, Municipal & International Info Edit/Delete Quick Stats 
Searches federal and state resources.

World Health Organization (WHO) Edit/Delete Quick Stats 
Provides global overviews of health and related topics, international statistics, and more! 

Books, Journals, Encyclopedias, and Interlibrary Loan

Library Catalog - journals, books, films

Search JUST easy to get ebooks.

  EBSCO eBooks


Need an encyclopedia?

Something You Can't Get? - Interlibrary Loan/LoanShark

Need Help?

Email your question to Ann at (she can send you detailed instructions and help).

Or visit, call (1-866-928-5424), or contact the folks in Research/Reference if you have trouble!

If you need immediate help, chat with a general research librarian


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