Q. Where do I find information about health care reform?

I want to compare the health care system in the US to other industrialized countries. Thank you so much in advance!

Answer

To find books or ebooks about health care reform, check the Book Catalog

For articles, check the databases below. Start at the Library Home Page and click on English. The following databases would be good sources of information on this topic:

(If you are off-campus you will need to use your Library Card number #, which can be found on your ID Card or in SOLAR.)

As for information on health care in other countries, the World Health Organization compiles a brief "Country Health profile" on many countries.  Visit their Countries section and click on a country you are interested in.

Try searching CINAHL, ProQuest Nursing and Allied Health Source, or Nursing and Allied Health Collection (InfoTrac).

Try an Advanced search.  In the first search box, enter "health care industry" and change the drop-down menu to the right of this search box to "subject".

In the second search box, enter the country you wish to compare.

Thank you for using ASK US. For more information contact your campus librarians.

  • Last Updated Jan 30, 2018
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