NOTE : This page is no longer
being updated. For a list of current Web pages, see the
Research Tools Website.
Here are some resources for your research
on health issues:
- (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature).
Provides citations to over 1600 nursing and allied health journals, dating
back to 1982.
Health Reference Center Academic (A Thomson Gale database) -
Provides articles from 750 sources, plus citations from an additional 2200
journals in medicine, health, nursing and allied health areas.
Health & Wellness Resource Center (A Thomson Gale database) - General,
less academic health information than found in Health Reference Center
Academic. It includes full-text of articles, newletters, and
pamphlets, as well as reference works such as The Gale Encyclopedia of
Covers the fields of medicine, nursing,
dentistry, veterinary medicine, the health care system, and the preclinical
sciences. Provides access to 9 million
citations in MEDLINE and Pre-MEDLINE (with links to participating on-line
journals), and other related databases. Provided by the National Library of Medicine, part of the
Federal Government's National Institutes of Health.
Books and other Monographs
Library Catalog - provides information about the
materials owned by the LCSC Library and other North Idaho Academic Libraries,
including North Idaho College and the University of Idaho. Also has a
link to WIN Libraries, so you can search Gonzaga, Whitworth, and
Health Web Sites
Medline Plus -
Consumer health information from the National Institutes of Health.
- Consumer health information, including information on vitamins, supplements,
and natural medicine.
- A search engine for government Web pages, with an emphasis on the Executive
Branch of the Federal Government. Includes information from the National
Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, and the Centers for Disease
Healthcare Professionals and Consumers:
HealthWeb - A categorized collection of Web sites, selected by
Kootenai Medical Center
Library (for Coeur d'Alene area students). You can use their
databases on-site by visiting their library. To borrow books, please
use Inter-Library Loan from LCSC.
- Provides definitions of acronyms, such as AAOHN (American Association of Occupational
APA Citation Style - examples of citations in APA Format for your list of
Author: Barbara Barnes
updated: February 6, 2007