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Health Informatics & Health Information Technology (HIHIT)

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Welcome HIHIT students!

This library guide will help you get started with finding information for your project. The guide has direct links to the recommended resources listed below.

Citing Sources Resources for citing using APA style, PubMed and citation managers.
Demographic Data U.S. Census data, Social Explorer, Statista and Statistical Abstract of the United States.
Geographic Locations for Healthcare Data Axle provides the locations of healthcare providers and healthcare facilities within the United States.
Geographic Survey Data SimplyAnalytics provides access to health-related survey data based upon geographic locations.
Health Information Library databases with access to health information located within articles, journals & business reports.
Health Statistics Statistical information from professional associations, government agencies and nonprofit resources.
Professional Organizations Health-Related Agencies and Organizations: coverage includes Texas, national and international associations.

UT librarians are here to help!

Contact Lynn Bostwick, Health Sciences Librarian, for questions related to health information.
Contact Loretta Wallace, Business Librarian, for questions related to business information.

Health Sciences Librarian

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Lynn Bostwick

Business Librarian

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Loretta Wallace, MLS

All consultations will be conducted online using Zoom.

Please send all questions about class assignments, database resources or research projects via email.

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