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Health Sciences PhD: Databases & Articles

In this guide, you will find a variety of resources to help you with your research and teaching projects in the Health Sciences PhD program.

Journals and Databases

  • Check out Evidence-Based Resources to stay up-to-date with what is happening in the field and find necessary information about EBP.
  • Search Databases for full-text articles, book chapters, conference papers, etc. by keywords.

Web of Science

Evidence-Based Resources

Health Sciences Databases

PHYSICAL HEALTH SCIENCES DATABASES:

SOCIAL HEALTH SCIENCES DATABASES:

NURSING AND NURSE ANESTHESIA DATABASES:

Grey Literature

What is grey literature? According to the NLM, it is literature "which is produced on all levels of government, academics, business and industry in print and electronic formats, but which is not controlled by commercial publishers." 

A.k.a. unpublished materials.

Here is a research guide full of up-to-date and rich information about how to find grey literature:

 

Last Ditch Effort Box

Google Scholar Search

Off-Campus Access

You can search the library's catalog and browse the website 24/7. However, accessing databases, e-books and e-journal content from off-campus requires your TCU username and password.