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Current Med Lab News
These articles from the journal MLO: Medical Laboratory Observer are available through CINAHL Plus with Full Text. CINAHL provides full text for MLO from Sept., 2001.
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How to Search for Medical Laboratory Science Information
Note: Information on this web site is provided for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. If you have specific questions about a personal medical problem, you should contact your professional healthcare provider.
There are several types of information available to Medical Laboratory Technology students through the Consortium Library, both in print form and electronically. The tabs along the top of the page provide details on the different formats listed below:
|Articles||Articles from journals and magazines are the primary source for recent research in a field. Most cutting-edge research in the health sciences will appear in articles first. Consortium Library databases can help connect you to these articles.|
|Books||A book can provide detailed background and historical information. Books are a place to check for information that is generally accepted in the field.|
|Reference Books||These cover encyclopedias, atlases, dictionaries, and other resources that are referred to for specific information. Go to these for definitions and shorter explanations.|
|Web Sites||The internet can provide a wealth of information, especially from government sources and from professional organizations.|
|Images||There are a number of websites that offer free medical images for educational purposes. Some ask that you give credit if you use their material, so watch out for these and other constraints.|
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