Health and Psychosocial Instruments (HAPI), Identify measures needed for research studies, grant proposals, client/patient assessment. Measurement instruments include questionnaires, checklists, coding and rating scales, etc.
JoVE: Journal of Visualized Experiments, Publishes peer-reviewed research in visual format to address the challenges of reproducibility of results. JoVE allows researchers to learn new techniques for clinical and basic science experiments. Subscribed subjects include biology, bioengineering, immunology, neuroscience and medicine.
MEDLINE via Ovid, Easy to use search system, with links to full-text and library catalog to locate articles
MEDLINE via PubMed, Clinical Queries searches systematic reviews, clinical studies and medical genetics, the related articles link uses a computer algorithm to find similar articles in MEDLINE. PubMed links to genetic databases and medical references texts when appropriate
PsycINFO, Psychological aspects of medicine, psychiatry, nursing, pharmacology, and physiology. Limit search to psychology subfields such as clinical or neuropsychology, publication Formats include conference proceedings, book chapters, biography.
Pure Experts Research Profiles, Creates a “fingerprint” or profile of all Faculty and co-Authorship relationships are displayed. Discover researchers for potential research collaboration and track recent scholarship.
Web of Science, Multidisciplinary subject resource covering basic and applied sciences. Can perform cited reference search to view author impact. Use an individual article to find related citations on research topic.
Copyright and Fair Use, Provides information on copyright standards including educational fair use. Describes author rights and consideration for copyright agreements. Illustrates accepted practice for using resources within the learning management system.
Data Management Planning, Find requirements for submission of data plans to federal funding agencies. Use DMPTool subscribed resource for data management plan templates. Link to data management resources.
Interlibrary Loan, Request journal articles not available via eJournal Navigator or library catalog, Fee-based service; $7.00 per article for Augusta University community, must register to create personal/department account.
NIH Public Access Policy, Monitor you funded research to ensure federal compliance. Prepare to submit your manuscript to the NIH system. Completing the approval process for individual articles.
ORCID, Resolves name ambiguity problem with unique 16 digit identifier. Improves discoverability of individual researcher scholarly output. Connects your scholarship to PURE profiles and PACT faculty reporting system.
Research Services Guide, Serves information needs of clinical and basic science faculty conducting research. Identifies research tools including publication assistance and research impact. Find resources for data sets, research protocols, and psychosocial research.
Scholarly Commons, Digitizes scholarly works and historical documents generated by the university community. A handle (permalink) is assigned to all materials deposited and usage statistics are provided. Higher visibility of scholarly works in search engines achieved with priority indexing and ranking.
According to the Augusta University's Office of Institutional Research, sixty-five
percent of Augusta University living alumni reside in Georgia. Augusta University
Alumni are encouraged to use the following resources to meet their health information
The Library Information Center (706-721-3441) can refer alumni to specific assistance with many of the Library's resources and services. Augusta University graduates wishing to conduct research in the Library have access to many of the Greenblatt Library's resources. Access to Greenblatt Library’s databases, ejournals, ebooks, and other electronic resources are only granted on campus.
National Library of Medicine (NLM)
The National Library of Medicine has resources for the health professional and the public.
Search NLM databases - PubMed MEDLINE, NLM Gateway, SIS
Interlibrary Loan from NLM's Loansome Doc
GALILEO licensed resources include:
Some useful links in GALILEO to other non-licensed resources:
Find Books and Media
GIL-Find@Augusta University is the online catalog for books, media, and print journals at the Greenblatt Library.
Librarians are available to assist alumni in locating library material beyond the Greenblatt Library collections.
Greenblatt Library Special Collections
PINES - (Public Information Network for Electronic Services) is the lending network for 249 public libraries in 123 counties. All Georgians can use the PINES network to borrow books delivered free to their PINES public library.
For more information on Alumni Services at Augusta University, please see the
Augusta University Alumni Affairs website.