Welcome! The Website is created as a general guide to selected resources to support:
The Website is never intended as an exhaustive list of resources covering every aspect of clinical research. As a work in progress, it will continue to expand and improve as additional needs are identified and new resources become available.
Please contact the Mulford Library (419-383-4218) if you would like to recommend resources to be included on the site or have any comments, questions, or suggestions for improving the site.
Thank you for visiting the Website!
To start a research project, you need to identify a research idea or problem that warrants investigation. The research problem may come from various sources such as:
When choosing a research idea/problem, consider the following factors such as:
Once you identify your research topic, you need to conduct a thorough literature review to answer the following questions:
It is very important to identify appropriate resources and develop skills in searching literature for any information or previous research on a specific topic.
If you need any assistance with literature search, please contact the Mulford Librarian.
Please use the library online training request form to set up an appointment for any individual or group training session on using any of library resources or conducting literature search.
A special thank you to Misa Mi, Medical Librarian for originally authoring this guide, and to Marlene Porter, Bridget Faricy-Beredo, and Margaret Hoogland for curating it .