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Midwifery: Getting Started

Explore library resources for the Midwifery program at McMaster.

Welcome!

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This guide has been developed to identify library and internet resources that support the learning objectives of the Midwifery Program at McMaster University. If you find a resource that you feel might be appropriate, please send an email to Laura Banfield, including the full URL of the resource and a brief description.

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Course Websites:

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Off-Campus Access

The small lock icon LibAccess lock icon beside a link indicates this is an online library resource. When you click on the resource link from off-campus you'll be redirected to a login page. Login using your MacID and password to access the content. 

Key Resources

These resources should get you off to a good start.  For a more comprehensive list, explore the other pages of this guide.

Databases

Clinical Practice Guidelines

Evidence-Based Texts

Abstract Journals

Subject Guide

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Laura Banfield
Contact:
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905-525-9140 ext 20239

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Use these resources to search across multiple databases.

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