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Accessing Health and Medicine - Gale

You can access Health and Medicine - Gale This link opens in a new window by following these steps:

  1. Select A-Z Database List on the library homepage under "Quick Links"
  2. Choose "H" from the alphabet
  3. Find "Health and Medicine - Gale" on the list of databases available there.

Using Health and Medicine - Gale

Follow these steps to run a search, access resources, and get auto-generated citations:

Basic Search

  1. Type your keywords into the Health and Medicine search box. 
  2. From your search results, click on the title of an article or other material to see information about the resource and the full text.
  3. Above the full text, in the top right navigation bar, there is a "Download" button where you can get the PDF, and a "Cite" button to get a full citation in APA, MLA, or Chicago Style.

Advanced Search 

To help make your search keywords provide more relevant results try using the Advanced Search option under the Health and Medicine search box. Put quotation marks around any important phrases or specific terms. Also, consider using  Boolean searching, which connects the keywords using AND or OR.

For example, if you are researching Diabetes Management you could try searches like these:

  • "Diabetes Management"
  • "Diabetes Management" AND Blood Glucose Monitoring
  • "Diabetes Management" AND Blood Glucose Monitoring AND (Insulin Injection Therapy OR Insulin Pump Therapy)

To further limit your results look to the right side of the results page in the Filter Your Results box. There are options to narrow results by publication date range, subject, document type, even an option to search within the set of results.

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