Off Campus Access
To access UConn Libraries' resources from off campus, go through the library website. When you click on a licensed resource, you will be prompted for your NetID.
Alternatively, you can use SkyBox. You will be prompted to login from the SkyBox homepage.
If you are having issues with your NetID, contact https://netid.uconn.edu/
Get items from other libraries
Order materials the UConn Libraries don't own--books, journal articles, and videos--via Interlibrary Services.
Most Used Health Databases
Though books provide foundational information about health and wellness, it is within journals that one can find the most up-to-date or comprehensive information about specific research questions.
Databases for Systematic Reviews
In addition to the most used databases, there are several other databases generally included in systematic reviews. There is a high amount of redundancy/duplication between all databases in this list; however, each database has unique content. Other databases not included in this list may also be appropriate for inclusion, depending on the topic of the review. A comprehensive search includes all possible databases and grey literature.
Books and Journals
Need help finding information?
- journals for a class paper
- search criteria for a systematic review
- correcting an erroneous citation
- health statistics
Contact the Health Sciences Librarian