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Radiologic Technology   Tags: rad_tech, radiology  

A guide to authoritative information resources for rad tech student research.
Last Updated: Feb 18, 2014 URL: http://libguides.santarosa.edu/radtech Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Welcome! This guide links to the most useful databases and resources for your radiologic science research. Use the tabs above to navigate the pages of this guide.

  • Smart Search
    Find SMART SEARCH at the center of this page. Smart Search gets books, E-books and magazine and journal articles all in one search.
  • Books/E-Books
    Search for SRJC library books & E-Books
  • Articles
    Search health and medical databases for journal articles on aspects of radiologic science
  • Web
    Links to radiologic technologists professional organizations, career and job information, radiological images, videos and more
  • Evaluate
    Gives strategies to help you evaluate the information you find for quality and usefulness
  • AMA Style
    Links to samples of AMA Style, FAQs and formatting
  • Help
    Gives resources for help with writing

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