Browsing through the library's stacks can help you find books you didn't know were part of our collection. Books in the stacks are arranged by Library of Congress call numbers, which are arranged by subject. You may want to peruse the following sections:
HQ 1060-1064: Gerontology (social aspects)
HV 1450-1494: Social & Public Welfare. Aged.
HD 7105.3-7250.9: Social Insurance. Social security. Pensions.
AgeLine, produced by AARP, focuses on the population aged 50+ and issues of aging. AgeLine includes aging-related content from the health sciences, psychology, sociology, social work, economics, and public policy, and indexes journals, books, book chapters, reports, dissertations, consumer guides, and educational videos.
Access: Off Campus Access is available for: UNC-Chapel Hill students, faculty, and staff; UNC Hospitals employees; UNC-Chapel Hill affiliated AHEC users.
CINAHL Plus with Full Text is a collection of more than 770 full text nursing & allied health journals dating as far back as 1937, with bibliographic indexing for more than 5,000 additional nursing and related journals. Also included are select health care books, nursing dissertations, conference proceedings, standards of practice, educational software, audiovisuals and book chapters.
Access: Off Campus Access is available for: UNC-Chapel Hill students, faculty, and staff; UNC Hospitals employees; UNC-Chapel Hill affiliated AHEC users. Coverage: 1982-present
On Campus Access: Electronic resources are accessible on-campus. Faculty, students and staff must register personal laptops and mobile devices with UNC Chapel Hill ITS.
UNC Hospitals Access: Always use links from Library websites. Onyen log-in is required when you select the first resource. Note: UpToDate is available within EPIC.
Off Campus Access: Always use links from Library websites. Onyen log-in is required when you select the first resource. Most electronic resources are accessible off-campus to students, faculty, and staff, including UNC Hospitals' staff.
Health and Society in Video: Streaming films covering a vast array of health and social topics such as pediatric AIDS, breast cancer, health care reform, addiction, hospice care, Alzheimers disease, organ donation, malnutrition, access to healthcare, and other issues. Most films are documentaries, profiles, reports, or interviews. Each video is broken into clips with transcripts for course use or can be watched in full.