Research Tips for Health Care Law and Ethics<br />You’ll learn to: <br /><ul><li>  find medical ethics in the news
  assess the reliability of the source
  cite in APA format</li></ul>Elaine Settergren, Online Librarian<br />esettergren@globeuniveristy.edu<br />http://www.glo...
Where to look for news<br />Web<br />Databases: <br />Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center [Gale] – search, then click on “...
Is it reliable information?<br />Who?<br />Established news source?<br />Why?<br />Is it biased?<br />Can you trust it?<br...
APA Citation<br />You must cite your sources<br />In-text and References<br />References: <br /><ul><li>     All information
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Ma120 Health Care Law And Ethics Efall09

  1. 1. Research Tips for Health Care Law and Ethics<br />You’ll learn to: <br /><ul><li> find medical ethics in the news
  2. 2. assess the reliability of the source
  3. 3. cite in APA format</li></ul>Elaine Settergren, Online Librarian<br />esettergren@globeuniveristy.edu<br />http://www.globeeducationnetwork.com/library/<br />July 2009<br />
  4. 4. Where to look for news<br />Web<br />Databases: <br />Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center [Gale] – search, then click on “news” tab<br />Points of View Reference Center [EBSCO] – search, then click “newspapers” tab<br />Health Reference Center Academic [Gale]<br />Nursing and Allied Health Source [ProQuest]<br />
  5. 5. Is it reliable information?<br />Who?<br />Established news source?<br />Why?<br />Is it biased?<br />Can you trust it?<br />Current? <br />How does it compare?<br />
  6. 6. APA Citation<br />You must cite your sources<br />In-text and References<br />References: <br /><ul><li> All information
  7. 7. End of paper or posting
  8. 8. Alphabetical order</li></ul>In-Text: <br /><ul><li> Author, date, page
  9. 9. Throughout the paper
  10. 10. Each time you quote or </li></ul> paraphrase<br />
  11. 11. APA Citation<br />Help:<br />Library APA Guide <br />“Cite” buttons in databases<br />RefWorks – NEW!<br />Word 2007<br />Saul, S. (2008, Jan 31). Doctor is accused of giving drug&apos;s <br /> maker advance look at critical article.  The New York Times. P. C10. Retrieved from Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center via Gale database. <br />“A leading member of the Senate said Wednesday that a prominent diabetes expert had leaked an unpublished and confidential medical journal article to GlaxoSmithKline” (Saul, 2008).<br />
  12. 12. Thanks!<br />Questions? <br />Elaine Settergren, Online Librarian<br />esettergren@globeuniversity.edu<br />http://www.globeeducationnetwork.com/library/<br />
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