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Public Health: Literature Reviews

This Research Guide will help MPH students find the resources they need for their classes, papers, projects, and capstone.

This page contains resources to help you with your literature reviews.

To find more resources, search in the TUC Library Catalog using a keyword search. For example, if you need information about literature reviews, use the keywords *literature reviews* and you will be presented with many more books--both print and electronic.

RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES

Information about getting started with your research and the various research methods and can be found on the Research Methods page.  

SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS

Information about systematic reviews can be found on the Systematic Reviews page. 

WHAT IS A LITERATURE REVIEW? (9:38)

This short video covers all you need to know about what a literature review is and why it is important. It goes over the various steps and gives tips and insight on the process.

HOW TO WRITE A LITERATURE REVIEW: 3-MINUTE STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE (3:04)

HOW TO READ & COMPREHEND SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ARTICLES (5:03)

This 5-minute video tutorial from the University of Minnesota will give you a brief overview of how to read research articles to get the most understanding of them while saving you time.

BOOKS ON LITERATURE REVEWS

CONTACT ME FOR HELP

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Julie Horwath
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HOW TO READ EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE PAPERS