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Shiffman - Sleep Medicine: Getting Started

Guide contains resources and objects in support of the WSU School of Medicine Sleep Medicine program

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Departmental Information

Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine

Contact Information

Division of Pulmonary Critical Care
Harper University Hospital
3990 John R., 3 Hudson
Detroit, MI 48201

 

Welcome!

Welcome to the guide for Sleep Medicine!

I hope that you will find this guide a useful starting place for your research. You will see assembled here a core collection of resources available through the Wayne State University Library System, as well as high quality, freely available web resources. This guide is a collaborative work-in-progress, developed with suggestions and feedback from residents and faculty in the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine.

I am available by appointment to assist students and faculty with research related to Sleep Medicine. You may also contact me to schedule research workshops for classes or to suggest items for purchase.

Sandra Martin

Librarian Liaison for Internal Medicine

The guide consists of several pages (tabs) detailing our resources in these areas:

  • Article Databases
  • Online Journals
  • Books
  • Research Support
  • Web Sites
  • Shiffman Mobile
  • Drug Information

Liaison Librarian

What I Can Do For You

  • Research support, e.g. answer Endnote or Collexis questions, get full text articles, set up email alerts, etc.
  • Information seeking, e.g. conduct literature searching, find journal ranks, verification of incomplete or incorrect citations, etc.
  • Teaching assistance, e.g. course integrated workshops, orientations, individual instruction, creating a library resource guide to be linked via Blackboard, helping clarify copyright issues, etc.
  • Collection development: e.g. suggesting acquisition of new resources & cancellation of lower-usage ones, providing e-platform to highlight used journals or books