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Welcome and Virtual Introductions
This guide identifies some sources which can be used to support your obituaries assignment (some sources are more useful than others). Contact me for help with your research, using library resources and referencing.
Cheers, Marilia (Librarian for the UA School of Nursing)
"Searchable" books - EBooks for background information: International Obituaries Assignment
Articles from PubMed@UA
Please access PubMed@UA from the University Libraries' home page (as opposed to PubMed.gov) to access both licensed AND freely available materials.
Recommended: Review these PubMed articles that might be of interest at
TIP: Sort by Publication date. If you to limit your search to the last five years, there should be at least 28 articles.
TIP: Look for the "Full Text Finder" Icon to determine if the entire article (full -text) is available in licensed databases.
Need More Background Information? Try these research databases:
eHRAF World Cultures This link opens in a new window
Try a general search. For example, type the term, death.
Subjects: Allied Health
, Biomedical Engineering
, Child and Family Development
, Exercise & Nutrition Sciences
, Nutrition & Dietetics
, Public Health
, Social Work
, Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology
eBooks on Aging Studies/Gerontology