GST605 Healthcare Management Research (PPTX)

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Nov 10, 2013 (3 years and 7 months ago)

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Fall 2013


Amy
Schleigh Hayes

Technology & Electronic Resources
Librarian

(973) 290
-
4258

aschleigh@cse.edu


Health Care Management
Research

Topic Outline


Starting Point:

Health Care Management Subject Guide



Finding Books via CoolCat, WorldCat



InterLibrary

Loan



Searching library databases, finding scholarly
journal articles, dissertations



Searching the web, finding academic content


Starting Point for Health Care Management
Research

http://www.cse.edu/academics/mahon
ey
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library/instruction/subject
-
guides/healthcare.dot

Finding Books


Searching
CoolCat
:


https://coolcat.fdu.edu/

CoolCat is the online catalog that CSE and FDU share. You can
limit your search to CSE only, or search across both (and
borrow books from FDU as well).



Use the Call Number to Locate the Book:


Books on medicine and health are found in the 610
-
619 range.
Books on management are found in the 650’s.

These are located upstairs in the left wing.

(Exception are reference books, which are in the Reference
Room on main level of the library.)



What
if you don’t find it?


WorldCat

http://www.worldcat.org
/

WorldCat searches across many of the academic, public, other libraries
throughout the United States, and beyond. It is useful for identifying
books relevant to your research, even if we don’t have them at CSE.



Nearby Libraries:

http://www.cse.edu/academics/mahoney
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library/services/nearby
-
libraries.dot




Reciprocal Borrowing at other NJ
college libraries:

http://
www.cse.edu/academics/mahoney
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library/services/reciprocal
-
borrowing.dot




How Do
I…Request/Borrow from
Other Libraries?

http://www.cse.edu/academics/mahoney
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library/services/interlibraryloan.dot

Forms available for book request and article request

Articles via Library Subscription Databases


Online & Print Journals List:

http://rz9gv4tk9a.search.serialssolutions.com/

Use this if you have the article citation or know the name of the journal.



Databases A
-
Z List:

http://www.cse.edu/academics/mahoney
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library/research/databases.dot

Use this to go straight to a database, if you know the name.



Databases
by Subject:

http://www.cse.edu/academics/mahoney
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library/research/databases
-
by
-
subject.dot

Use this to identify databases appropriate for a given subject.



Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory:

http://www.cse.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://ulrichsweb.serialssolutions.
com/?libCode=CSE

Use this to determine if a journal is peer
-
reviewed or not.



Key Multidisciplinary Databases


Reference Content
see
Encyclopedias & Reference page


Health
Reference
Center from Facts on File


Reference USA

(directory of healthcare organizations and professionals)


Gale Virtual Reference Library:

see especially Encyclopedia of Lifestyle Medicine & Health



Periodical Articles
see
Databases by Subject
page


Academic Search Premier (70% scholarly, many FT)


ProQuest databases


Omnifile

Full Text Mega


SAGE Premier Journals (scholarly)


Lexis Nexis Academic (for news, not scholarly
)



Streaming Video
see
Databases A
-
Z page


Films on Demand
-

contains management/medical videos

Key Subject Databases


Health
Sciences,
Medicine &
Nursing



CINAHL with Full Text


MEDLINE/PubMed


Nursing
@ Ovid


Health
Reference Center


Science Direct


ProQuest Health &
Medicine


Health Source: Consumer
Edition


Management &
Finance



ABI/Inform Complete


Business Abstracts with
Full Text


Business Source Elite


Lexis
Nexis

Academic


Banking Information
Source

Database Searching Techniques


Take a look around, see what your options are


Keep your searches simple


Zero in on the key words and phrases for your topic


Don’t use small, unimportant words like the, in, this, that, on, etc
.


Use limiters as appropriate


Scholarly (peer
-
reviewed), Full Text, Date, Number of
Pages



Be aware of what you’re searching


If you’re searching the entire document text (keyword), your results
may be too broad



If
you’re searching article title only, your results may be too narrow


Try to search the subject headings (also called descriptors
in some databases) or abstracts (article summary)


Medline, PubMed, which one is it?








Medline Basics


What’s the difference between Medline and
PubMed?

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/factsheets/dif_med_pub.html



PubMed
Tutorials

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBD13A2628C7A9965

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/disted/pubmed.html


What is
MeSH
?

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/disted/mesh/


Journal Title Abbreviations

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/factsheets/constructitle.html#oneexam


Online
Guides
and
Tutorials


Ebsco databases (CINAHL, Medline, etc
.)



CINAHL with Full Text Search Guide

http://support.epnet.com/uploads/kb/en_cinahlwithfulltext_pocketguide.pdf



CINAHL with Full Text Help Sheet

http://support.epnet.com/uploads/kb/en_cinahlwithfulltext_helpsheet.doc



PubMed


Training Materials from the National Library of
Medicine:
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/disted/pubmed.html




Healthcare Management Journals


American Journal of Public
Health


Healthcare Financial
Management


Journal of Healthcare
Management


Health Affairs


Academy of Health Care
Management Journal


Healthcare Executive


Healthcare Leadership
Review


Healthcare Finance, Tax &
Law Weekly


Health Services Research


Modern Healthcare


Managed Healthcare
Executive


Frontiers of Health Services
Management


Journal of Healthcare
Leadership


Health Facilities
Management


British Journal of
Healthcare Management


Journal of Health
Management


Healthcare Risk
Management

Related Journals


Social Science & Medicine


Journal
of Law, Medicine & Ethics


Academy of Management Journal


Harvard Business Review


Wall Street Journal


Nursing Economics


New England Journal of Medicine


The Lancet


American Journal of Bioethics


Journal of the American Medical Association


Health & Social Work


Health Psychology


“Mine” the Bibliography


When you find a useful
article, review the references
for similar, relevant articles
and track those down

Online & Print Journals List

Look up the name of a
journal or magazine, to find
out if we have access to that
journal. The results screen
will give you links to any
databases where we have full
text, as well as list the dates
available.

http://rz9gv4tk9a.search.serialssolutions.com/

Putting databases to work for you


Journal Alerts


When you find a particularly useful journal, sign up to have
future tables of contents emailed to you


Search Alerts


Same here


Get new results of your search e
-
mailed to you as
they are added to the database

Databases that offer Alerts

Database

Journal
Alert

Search
Alert

Email

RSS

Ebsco







ProQuest





Science Direct







PubMed





Google
Scholar

Dissertations & Theses


ProQuest
Dissertations


& Theses


Over
1 million
available as full
text download
(pdf)


http://www.cse.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/pqdtft/ip

Research on the (free) Web…

…How do you get to the good stuff?


Think about website domains

.
edu
, .
gov
, .org, .info,
.net
, .com, .biz

.nj.us, .
uk
, .de, .
jp
, .mx



Familiarize yourself with key
organizations and
government
agencies in your field or area of
interest
…aha.org, hhs.gov…and
search within
those domains



Think about file formats: .
pdf
, .
ppt

Research reports online are usually in
pdf

format.


Web Search Tools
:


http://www.cse.edu/academics/mahoney
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library/research/web
-
search
-
tools.dot

More
Tips for Finding
A
cademic
C
ontent
O
nline


Think about currency


Google

and
Bing

allow you to
limit your search by date



Try scholarly/academic search tools


Google Scholar


Scirus



Government agencies, think tanks, nonprofits, educational
institutions, and other organizations release research reports
regularly. Use these sites to filter through them by topic.

See ‘Health and Health Care’.


FullTextReports
:
http://fulltextreports.com
/


DocuTicker

DocuBase
:
http://web.docuticker.com/go/docubase/


Web Search Tools
:


http://www.cse.edu/academics/mahoney
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library/research/web
-
search
-
tools.dot

Analyzing Results


The best resources will not always or often appear in the
top 5 results.



Results depend on terms and limits used, quality of
indexing or metadata, general functionality of search tool



There is
less overlap across search engines than most
people think…i.e
., Google
≠ the web



Use
multiple strategies

different
sets of search terms,
different limiters (i.e. format or domain), and multiple
search tools.

Web Search Tools
:


http://www.cse.edu/academics/mahoney
-
library/research/web
-
search
-
tools.dot

A few sites to start with…


Agency for Healthcare Research
and Quality
http://www.ahrq.gov/


American Hospital Association
http://
www.aha.org


The
Joint Commission
http://www.jointcommission.org
/



National Association of Public Hospitals &
Health Systems
http://www.naph.org
/



American College of
Healthcare Executives
http://www.ache.org
/



National Institute for
Healthcare Management
http://www.nihcm.org
/



Health Resources and
Services Administration
http://
www.hrsa.gov/



HealthData.gov
http://www.healthdata.gov





See
Healthcare Management
subject guide for more helpful
sites

Review and Practice

1.
Background information on Alzheimer’s disease

2.
Dissertation on healthcare management.

3.
Full text of these two articles:

a)
Leonard L.
Berry
, PhD: The
Mayo
culture of leadership. (2009).
Healthcare Financial Management, 63
(1), 42
-
45. Retrieved from
http://
search.proquest.com/docview/196385062?accountid=10328.

b)
Milburn, A. B., & Mason, S. J. (2013). How much time do home health
nurses spend on nonclinical supply chain duties?

Home Health Care
Management & Practice, 25
(4), 160
-
168.

4.
Set up a journal alert for
Modern Healthcare

5.
A report on Medicare…

6.
Statistics on infant deaths in NJ and Morris County

7.
List of area medical centers and doctors

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