Need some stress reliever tips that do not require much time?
The UT Library Guide Mindfulness, Stress and Burnout just might have what will work for you.**
Take some deep breaths
Exercise – Aim for 30 minutes/day
Eat well – Minimize sugars, refined carbs, caffeine, chemical preservatives,hormonesEat more Omega-3 fatty acids to give your mood a boost –
fatty fish(salmon, herring, mackerel, anchovies, sardines), seaweed, flaxseed, and walnuts
Individually Randomized Group-Treatment Trials (IRGTs)
One or more study conditions receive at least some of their treatment in groups or through a common change agent. Examples include surgeons and psychiatrists with multiple patients. Also intervention trials addressing health behaviors as physical activity.———————————————————————————————-
Resources for Researchers
Search a library of federal tools and resources to help you develop and conduct prevention research projects. You’ll find data instruments, research findings, clinical practice guidelines, and examples of translating research into practice through public health programs, policies, and interventions.
Training in Prevention Research Methods
Federal courses, webinars, online tutorials, and more in prevention research methodology, focusing on study and intervention design, data analysis, and measurement methods.
–Also search “research methods” (in quotes) at https://www.nih.gov/ for other related resources and Pubmed articles.
–Consider searching PubMed@UT with a search phrase as –>
“Research Design/methods”[Mesh] OR “Research Design/standards”[Mesh]
Use limits in left hand column, as dates and reviews/systematic reviews
–Consider searching OhioLINK books with the Medical Subject Heading (under Subject) Research Design Use the Limit/Sort option at the top of the page to narrow results
Herbs at a Glance – a series of brief fact sheets that provides basic information about specific herbs or botanicals—common names, what the science says, potential side effects and cautions, and resources for more information
Lecture series that can be watched online or at a later date through the archives.
This spring features 3 lectures on “Microbes in Our Gut: Emerging Insights on Health and Disease”|
ClinicalKey -use the left sidebar to refine/limit search results
As always, please do not hesitate to contact a Mulford reference librarian with your information and research needs. We provide personal professional service to save you time and lead you to relevant results.
World Health Organization (WHO) Guidelines
The development of global guidelines ensuring the appropriate use of evidence represents one of the core functions of WHO. Recommendations that can impact upon health policies or clinical interventions are considered
guidelines for WHO purposes
This collection is a one-stop shop for guidelines or recommendations developed by CDC, CDC working in collaboration with other organizations or agencies, or by CDC federal advisory committees. These documents contain statements that include recommendations, strategies, and/or information that assists decision makers (such as healthcare providers, federal, state or private agencies, employers, public health officials, or the public) in choosing between alternative courses of action in specific situations.
Search or browse by topic, specialty, or organization for practice guidelines in ClinicalKey journals or available on the web. Use the Content Type ‘Guidelines’ limit on the left
The CMA Infobase is a public database of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines (CPGs). Maintained by the Canadian Medical Association, it currently includes over 1200 CPGs developed or endorsed by an authorative medical or health organization in Canada.
Mulford Librarians are happy to find examples in style guides, as APA. However we cannot interpret the guidelines. If you have specific questions on interpretations of the guidelines, it is best to contact your instructor, advisor, or supervisor.
Descriptions of over 80,000 reports, studies, papers, articles, commercially published books and non-print materials.
It covers physical, mental, and psychiatric disabilities, independent living, vocational rehabilitation, special education, assistive technology, law, employment, and other issues as they relate to people with disabilities. The collection spans 1956 to the present
February is American Heart Month. Carlson and Mulford Librarians have links to related resources through UT Library LibGuides.
These resources not fitting your needs? Consult with a Mulford Librarian for courteous, professional service as well as timely results!