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Occupational Therapy - Dallas: Know Before You Go

Occupational therapy research guide for TWU Dallas students, faculty and staff.

Tips

  • Always check the publisher’s website directly for free full-text archives and special complementary access to new articles.
  • Ask your local state-funded college or university library for clinician and community access policies, as you may qualify for in-house access and circulation privileges.
  • Contact your local public library about the possibility of requesting articles via interlibrary loan.
  • Many hospitals have a librarian on staff – use them! 
  • Check with professional associations – AOTA, APTA, and the American Nurses Association have information on EBP research and how to access it. 
  • For non-graduating students who are moving on to fieldwork and clinical rotations refer back to the TWU OT, PT, and Nursing Library Subject Guides for reference.
  • Save and/or print handouts from any of the databases while your portal account is still active for future use.

Citation Management

TexShare Program

These databases can be accessed remotely from home or work and require you to log-in through your local public library website.  You will need to contact your public library for login information.

Selected TexShare Databases

  • Medline
  • Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition
  • Health Reference Center Academic
  • Health Source: Consumer Edition 
  • Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection
  • eBooks on EBSCOhost
  • Academic Search Complete
  • Masterfile Premier 
  • ERIC
  • EBSCO Natural and Alternative Treatments
  • Alt Health Watch