These first four are ASHA journals. You can find and access full text of each one using PubMed, CINAHL, Google Scholar or other databases.
Locations of books, mostly on 3rd floor in NE corner. (But also see HV 2353 - HV 2999, in Education area on 2nd floor.)
Our Find@ASU button in our article databases takes you to electronic full text, if we have it.
Still not getting full text? Many full text articles are available for free in some form. If you have a distinct article title or a DOI, try a quick search in Google Scholar (and Google). We also have ILLiad to get articles from other libraries. NEW -- Try Unpaywall.
Anatomy imaging software.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews -- These are the Cochrane organization's own systematic reviews. Full text.
Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials -- Change Search Limits to Trials. Cochrane identifies randomized, controlled trials. Not full text.
The Cochrane Library This link only works on campus. But access the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews and click on the Cochrane Library logo. That will take you to the journal version, which I prefer sometimes.
Often when I start on a topic in the health sciences, I am not familiar with treatments and outcomes. (You might be much more familiar if you're practicing or in a practicum.) I start by searching for reviews and primary articles on the problem. The abstracts should include treatments and outcomes. Once you identify some of the outcomes that make sense for your topic, you can go back and include those in your search. Studies that focus on important outcomes will be more useful to you.
Example: For dysphagia, one outcome might simply be weight gain or maintenance. Others could be some measurement of swallowing ability or even patients' self-assessment.
Here are some categories of outcomes from a book just on Nursing Outcomes.
#3 Liaisons attending dept meetings.
What info do you need?
How/where do you search for it?
Do we have the resources you need/use?
When do you get frustrated (w/search)? What do you find challenging
Where do you send your students for sources?
What don’t we know about ______?