Scholarly journals are the main source of research the health sciences. Books, on the other hand, are often useful because they will collect and summarize the major trends in current research, often in a form specifically designed for practitioners to use. They are also a major format for the study of ethics and policy related to health sciences.
If you cannot locate a book, use the Interlibrary Loan Forms. A librarian will locate a library that owns the material and will send for what you need.
Use this form to send for books, media, government documents, dissertations, etc., that are not available through OhioLINK and SearchOhio.
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