This guide is a starting point for locating Phlebotomy books, videos, journal articles, images and credible websites.
The menu on the right will help you research, locate, evaluate and cite resources in APA style.
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When searching the Library catalog, here are some tips:
An easy way to start searching the Library catalog is to do a keyword search for words that describe your topic. You may need to experiment with keywords to find ones that work for your topic. Try a keyword search for phlebotomy. Once you find some items, you can use subject headings to find other items that cover the same topic.
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Another strategy is to search by call number. Health-related materials are shelved in the "R" section of libraries that use the Library of Congress classification system.
Library staff members will be happy to help you locate books--just ask!
Reference materials are well indexed, up-to-date, concise, and highly credible. They provide overviews, definitions, specific information (such as causes & symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, prognosis, etc) or addresses. Types of reference books include: directories, dictionaries and encyclopedias, basic health books (describing diseases and conditions), and drug resources.
Conn's Current Therapy REF RM101 .C87
Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment REF RC71 .A14
Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary REF R 121.D73 (Ready Reference--located at our reference desks)
Goldman's Cecil Medicine REF RC46 .C423
Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine REF RC46 .H333