This guide will help students to learn how to apply searching best practices when looking for relevant health and health care-related literature. It also includes sources of information on a variety of topics, including health system design, policy and health economics, and health services.
Still developing your project's research question, and need to do some background research first?
Begin by looking in LibrarySearch for books, journals, and a selection of journal articles
Need to find more journal literature?
Check out some subject-specific databases to find journal articles on your topic (HPME students will use databases from many disciplines).
Have trouble finding relevant literature?
Check out this guide for comprehensive literature searching tips, including how to narrow/broaden a search.
Need journal articles or books that we don't have access to?
Order items not found at the University of Toronto through our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service
Need to organize your citations and write your paper?
Working with a team?
Reserve a Gerstein Library group study room
Did you know there is a free service at U of T to help graduate students with writing?
This service helps graduate students with advanced training in academic writing and speaking.
Visit the Graduate Centre for Academic Communication (GCAC) and check out their workshops, courses, and available appointments.
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