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School of Allied Health: Useful Resources

Welcome to the LibGuide for the School of Allied Health

This page offers you a selection of links to resources for Allied Health which include the books catalogue, a to z listing for journals and databases, websites and grey literature.

Books for Allied Health can be found on Floor 2 of the new Library Building beginning at shelf mark 610.

 

Know your sources for your research

Plan, Define, Identify

Building a search

Databases

A database is a platform for searching across various information resources such as journal articles, conference reports, books, book chapters

Key databases for Allied Health are:

Websites

Websites can be very useful for up to date information and it is important to check if that information is reliable and accurate.

A selection of websites for Allied Health are:

Grey Literature

Grey literature is information which is not formally published in sources such as books or journals.

Conference proceedings and theses are examples.

A selection of useful links for Allied Health are:

Dart-Europe E-theses Portal - open access research output from universities across Europe

Dissertation and Theses - Ireland and United kingdom

Lenus - HSE health research repository

RIAN - National portal research output for the seven universities

ULIR (University of Limerick Institutional Repository) - open access research output of UL faculty and researchers

Resources for COVID-19

A selection of websites and resources for COVID-19.

HSE website contains resources and helpful advice for healthcare staff, patients and the public.

HSE Library COVID-19 resources page includes summaries of evidence, clinical guidance and evidence sources.

EBSCO COVID-19 Information Portal consists of resources and updates from CDC (Centres for Disease Control and Prevention) and WHO (World Health Organization).

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