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6 edition of Introduction to the Reference Sources in the Health Sciences found in the catalog.

Introduction to the Reference Sources in the Health Sciences

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Published by Medical Library Assn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Bibliography,
  • Reference books,
  • Information services,
  • Medical Libraries,
  • Public Health (General),
  • Medicine

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsFred W. Roper (Editor), Jo Anne Boorkman (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages252
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8319229M
    ISBN 100912176083
    ISBN 109780912176086

      Now in its 7th edition this textbook is a must have for any health professional student. It provides a comprehensive overview of health research, in a concise and easy to read format using examples directly related to the health sciences. It helps studentPages: Reference Sources in the FGCU Library These resources will help you to locate facts and background information, verify quick information or lead you to other sources. Newer editions of these books will replace previous ones as they are published.

    Like the previous versions, the fifth edition of An Introduction to Research in the Health Sciences has two overall aims. 1) To introduce the fundamental principles of research methodology and explain how these principles are applied for conducting research in the health sciences. These OWL resources will help you write in medical, healthcare, and/or scientific contexts. This section includes original research articles and samples of the healthcare writing produced for a more general, lay-population audience.

    Throughout its long history, and not just as the key aesthetic category for the Romantic Movement, the sublime has created the necessary link between aesthetic and moral judgment, offering the prospect of transcending the limits of measurement, even imagination.   This guide provides an introduction to reference sources in the collections of UW-Madison Libraries. What are reference sources? Reference sources are authoritative works to which you can refer for specific answers or information. There are many types of reference sources such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, directories, and more.


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In this edition, Jean Blackwell, AHIP, joins Jeffrey T. Huber and Jo Anne Boorkman, AHIP, FMLA, on the editorial team, replacing founding editor Fred Roper, AHIP, : Johnson. Includes bibliographic sources for monographs, periodicals, indexing and abstracting services, electronic bibliographic databases, U.S.

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