Welcome to the Erickson Library's Health and Medicine subject guide. You'll find tabs at the top that will lead you to additional information with print and online resources. 

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Health and Medicine Background Information
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Health and Medicine Books
Call Number Locations R-RZ: Health and Medicine

ACSM's Health/Fitness Facilities Standards and Guidelines
(Reference GV429 .A45 2019)

Harvard Medical School Health Topics A-Z
(available online)

Move your DNA: Restore your Health through Natural Movement
(Main RM725 .B69 2017)

The Story of the Human Body: Evolution, Health, and Disease
(Main QP38 .L74 2013)

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Health and Medicine Databases
Keyword Search Tips
1. Useful keywords: health care, public health, medicine, physician, disease, pain, pills, diagnosis, treatment, homeopathic
2. Break down your topic into smaller concepts and identify synonyms.
3. Use and to combine keywords, i.e. "medicine and pain"
4. Use or to expand your results, i.e. "diagnosis or treatment "
5. Use "quotation marks" to search keywords as a phrase, i.e. "homeopathic physician"
6. Use an asterisk* to search multiple endings
What is an OER?
Open Educational Resources (OER) are teaching, learning, and research materials that are either a) in the public domain or b) licensed in a manner that provides everyone wiht free and perpetual permission to engage in the 5R activies (retain, reuse, revise, remix, redistribute). creativecommons.org