Hello Clinical Preceptors!
The information on this page would be useful for all specialty areas.
We thank you for offering your time and expertise to our PA program students.
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The Library has a variety of resources available to use.
1. Books -- both print and ebook. The majority of the library's book collection is available online.
You can access the books using the OneSearch box or the Library Catalog.
2. Journal Articles -- The Library has both library databases and a list of e-journals (electronic journals).
3. Library Databases -- Scroll through the list to see a variety of specialty databases --- journal databases and more.
4. Videos -- The Library subscribes to several streaming video collections that cover many topics --- biology, social science, psychology, education, health and more. Alexander Street is one of the prominent video collections.
5. Citation Manager -- The Library subscribes to RefWorks which is a citation manager. It can help organize journal citations for different research projects.
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Library Journal Databases can help with locating evidence-based practice journal articles by topic. Below is a list of key databases that can get you started in finding articles.