PubMed Go-to resource for many health science professionals. Paid for by tax dollars rather than tuition, it’s one that will be accessible after completion of the program at AU. An excellent place to conduct health science literature searching.
Biomedical Reference Collection* Contains over 4,000 full-text journals covering a variety of disciplines ranging from biomedicine and health sciences to the health care system and pre-clinical sciences.
1. Sometimes you already have a citation for an article.
2. Sometimes a journal database or internet browser doesn’t provide full-text. Learn the steps to find another source where it might be full-text. Get articles to journals we don't even subscribe to withInterlibrary Loan.
While it's helpful to know individual titles, the most effective way to search for articles is to use article databases like those listed above.
Frontiers of Health Services Management* An official publication of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). "Frontiers' unique "bookazine" format gives you the deep understanding gained from books but in a shorter format, like a magazine."
Healthcare Management Forum* HMF is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Canadian College of Health Leaders. "...Leading practices related to health leadership and management, including recent research, new technology and professional practices from health leaders' perspectives."
Journal of Healthcare Leadership "The publication strives to amalgamate current and future healthcare professionals and managers by providing key insights into leadership progress and challenges to improve patient care." This journal is open access.
Journal of Healthcare Management* The official journal of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) that is “dedicated to providing healthcare leaders with the information they need to manage complex healthcare issues and to make effective strategic decisions.”