Introduction
Use the sources listed here to get started on research in Nursing & Allied Health.  When you need more help, ask for a reference librarian at the front desk in the library or contact the subject specialist, Patrick Benner

The second box below, "All Items by Source", lists electronic resources specifically for Nurisng & Allied Health.
Best Places To Start
Research Articles Medications and Natural Remedies Encyclopedias
  •   Emphasis on medical conditions and diseases.
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Nursing Streaming Video Sources
  • Films on Demand
    • https://www.libproxy.puc.edu/login?url=http://digital.films.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?aid=26683
    • 1,626 Nursing (keyword search)
    • 5,500 Health & Medicine (subject link)
  • Kanopy
Subject Specialist
Picture: Patrick Benner

Patrick Benner
Director & Systems Librarian
Tel: 965-6641

Discovery Search
Do a combined search of all the library databases and the library catalog.

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Borrowing Books from Other Libraries

Books, media, and articles not available at the PUC Library may be borrowed from other libraries at no charge. You will be notified when the items arrive.

 
  • • LINK+

For the fastest service, check the LINK+ catalog first. This service provides quick access to California libraries that share a combined collection of about four million unique titles (books and media). Items will arrive in 3-4 days.

 

  • • INTERLIBRARY LOAN

Items not available through LINK+ can still be requested from another library. Non-LINK+ requests take about 7-10 days to arrive.  Articles usually arrive in 1-2 days.


If you are using  and find an item you want to borrow, select the "Borrow from another library" option and complete the form.

If you are using Discovery Search (EBSCO) and find an article not available online, select the “Request” option and complete the form.


If you're not sure where to start, visit the Interlibrary Loan page for more information.