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Healthcare Administration: Other Sources for Journals

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Other Sources of Journals

Directory of Open Access Journals
DOAJ is an online directory that indexes and provides access to quality open access, peer-reviewed journals. Click "Browse" - "By Subject" - "Health Sciences" to explore journals covering healthcare administration.

PLOS ONE is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access, free publication. Just type your query into the search box at the top of the page and you will be connected to full-text results.


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Google Scholar

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Journal Locator

The Journal Locator provides a list of journals that are available full text in databases subscribed to by the Boreham Library.  The Journal Locator is searchable by title of journal as well as by category of journals, for example "Health & Medicine" or "Medical Administration & Management".   




Interlibrary Loan

Looking for a journal article that the Boreham Library doesn't own? Most databases provide a direct link "Request on Interlibrary Loan" that you can use to create an interlibrary loan request and to get an electronic copy of the article sent to your e-mail.  There is generally no charge for articles acquired through Interlibrary Loan unless the lending library imposes fees.  Interlibrary loan is also used for book loans ordered through World Catalog.


What is a retraction?  Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines "retraction" as: a statement saying that something you said or wrote at an earlier time is not true or correct.  Retractions are important because they indicate possibly incorrect information, duplicated information, or faulty research procedures.       

Search for retractions published since August 2010 on the Retraction Watch website. A search box is on the right, half-way down the page.  PubMed also informs users of corrections and retractions through the use of field tags.