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HEA 123: Community Health   Tags: health, public_health  

This guide has tips and recommended resources for research community health topics.
Last Updated: Nov 25, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Community Health Research

This guide is designed to get you started researching a community health topic. It includes tips for exploring a topic, finding journal articles in the library's online health databases, and suggestions for finding good information on a health topic using the Internet.

If you have questions about your research or using library resources, please contact your HEA 123 librarian!


Getting a Library Card

Your student UMF ID + a library barcode = your library card.  Bring your student ID to the main desk (on the right as you enter the library) and ask for a barcode.  It just takes a few seconds!

You will need a barcode to:

  • borrow books,
  • request books from other libraries,
  • check out materials on reserve for a course (even if reserve items do not leave the library, they still have to be checked out to the person using them), and
  • use the library databases from off-campus.

Assigned Librarian

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Laurie MacWhinnie, Head of Reference Services

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