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(Allied) Health Sciences: PhD and Post-Doc Resources: Introduction

Created by Health Science Librarians

About this Guide

This guide was created by Gabrielle Scronce, PT, DPT, UNC Human Movement Science PhD student and Barbara Rochen Renner, PhD, Health Sciences Library Liaison, (Allied) Health Sciences, and Adjunct Professor, Department of Health Sciences, with assistance from Amelea Kim, Graduate Research Assistant, Health Sciences Library, MSLS student, UNC School of Information and Library Science. 

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Keep up to date on changes by visiting the HSL website and the University Libraries website

We will modify and adjust our plan as conditions change and as we build experience operating in this new environment. 

Note that some resources and services covered below may have moved online, changed, or be temporarily unavailable during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Surprise! Things you can check out

Use of HSL may differ during the coronovirus pandemic from our usual resources and services listed below:  

We will modify and adjust our plans as conditions change and as we build experience operating in this new environment. Updates to the plan will be shared on the University Libraries website.

Some things you might not have realized you can check out at the 1st floor User Services Desk:

  • Erasers and markers for white boards
  • Device chargers (phones, mobiles, laptops)
  • Laptops
  • Skeletons
  • MAC and HDMI dongles
  • Note: checkout periods and whether items must stay at HSL vary.  Ask at the desk for assistance. 
  • Valid ID's for check-out include UNC OneCard, UNC Hospital badge, US Passport, NC Driver's License

PhD Posters (poster printing) Drop-Off:  Right near the 1st floor User Services Desk

Online Resource Guides

HSL's (Allied) Health Sciences Resource Guides

Some HSL resources for Department of (Allied) Health Sciences PhD students and post-docs:

HSL Online Guides

HSL has an abundance of online guides that provide thorough and up-to-date information on anything from how to cite your research properly, to general subject research guides related to (Allied) Health Sciences. The HSL guides are a great place to start looking if you have general questions about a topic and can be a good jumping off point for your research topic.