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Explore all of the Health Sciences Library's collections, including: evidence-based point-of-care tools, articles, ebooks, journals, media, theses, course reserves, archival material, and more!


Catalogue

Catalogue

Search the library’s collection of books, journals, and electronic resources. Review our borrowing services to understand your borrowing privileges and responsibilities.

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Databases

Databases

Explore our collection of journal article databases, and conduct a search to find the best articles for your research project.

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eBook Collections

eBook Collections

Browse our different eBook collections including AccessMedicine, Clinical Key and more.

Browse ebook collections

Evidence-based Resources

Evidence-based Resources

Learn about the core concepts of evidence-based practice and discover resources for developing your skills in EBP.

Learn more

Journals

Journals

Find an online journal using our e-Journal Portal.

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Google Scholar

Google Scholar

Access Google Scholar from this web site to see results that are available in the libraries’ collections.

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Citation Management

Citation Management

RefWorks lets you create a personal library of citations from a variety of databases. It also helps you format bibliographies and in-text citations. Registration is free for all Faculty of Health Sciences users.

Go to RefWorks

Course Reserves

Course Reserves

Find materials for a course placed on reserve in the library. Learn how to place material on reserve

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Interlibrary Loans

Interlibrary Loans

Create a free RACER account to have access to library materials at universities and colleges around the world through RACER interlibrary loans.

Go to RACER

Institutional Repository

Institutional Repository

MacSphere is a collection of McMaster University’s research and scholarly output. Its mandate is to preserve and provide access to that research.

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Archive

Archive

Find historically important documents from Hamilton Health Sciences and the Faculty of Health Sciences. Searching archival material is on-campus only. 

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