If you are off-campus, remember to sign in from the Research Center home page or use the Find a Database page for off-campus access to databases and journals. Most databases are set up to allow proxy access, but sometimes the link breaks. If you find that you can't access a database from the Find a Database page, go back and sign in from the Research Center home page.
1. You can search multiple journals using the databases maintained by commercial journal vendors whose products are licensed by Florida State University.
2. You can also search for journal articles, books, and other materials using OneSearch from the Research Center's home page or here:
Google Scholar is a great place to start a search or use as a citator. To make it easy to link to articles you find to which you have access through FSU:
These journals will be available on Westlaw, Lexis and HeinOnline. HeinOnline has .pdfs, which are better suited for citation purposes and usually are available beginning with vol. 1. Westlaw and Lexis coverage usually begins in the early 1980s (or at vol. 1 if publication began later). On Westlaw, healthlaw journals are collected in the HTH-TP file (type into search window and click on Health Law Secondary Sources. On Lexis, browse sources by Practice Area (Healthcare Law), then narrow (Secondary Materials, Law Reviews and Journals).
Journals on this list rank in the top 25 journals on the SCImago Journal & Country Rank of health policy journals, a portal that ranks journals and country scientific indicators developed from information contained in the Scopus® database (Elsevier B.V.).
Listed below are journals recommended in other health law research guides that are not in the top 10 or top 25 lists.
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