* Think outside your search
Don't just use one specific search term - use terms that are more general, or are related to your topic.
* Change is good
If you don't have success at first, change your search terms. Try synonyms or related terms.
When you find a good article, look at the subject terms or keywords that the database has used to index that article. Use those terms in a new search. Speak the database's language - it'll respond.
The following databases combine both health and business resources so you can easily search for information on health administration topics.
These are selected databases that cover content relevant to business, economics and administration. For a comprehensive list of Pacific University Library databases, please visit the Library's website.