A database is a collection of information that is organized so that the information can be easily searched and retrieved, and so that the information can be managed and updated. To find a list of databases to which you will have access through HSLS, go to our Databases A-Z list.
Here are two databases that are frequently used to find dental hygiene articles and other resources:
E-journals A-Z - A list of e-journals available at HSLS arranged alphabetically.
E-journals by subject - A list of e-journals arranged by subject.
Dentistry Journals - A link to dentistry e-journals available at HSLS.
A couple of journals specifically focused on dental hygiene are:
PittCat is a catalog of resources at Pitt's libraries. You can search by title, author, subject heading or keyword. You can find out if the library owns a resource and how it can be accessed.
What if the library doesn't own a resource? HSLS Document Delivery Service provides scholarly health sciences materials including journal articles, book chapters, and print based resources that are unavailable in the HSLS collection.
This is a selection of print and electronic books that are available at the library. You can browse the shelves or search PittCat for additional titles.