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How to research PTSD using the academic databases.
The databases from the University Libraries provide a good starting point when beginning research on post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD. Clicking on the database tab will open the drop down menu. Select Subject Specific Databases from the menu. Two key subject areas to search within are the Medicine databases and the Psychology databases. The medical databases include Cinahl, Health Source Nursing Academic, Medline, and PubMed. THe psychology databases include PsychARTICLES, the Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection, and PsychInfo.
The PILOTS database is produced by the National Center for PTSD and contains links to a wide range of resources. Be sure to check out the user guide if this is your first time using the PILOTS Database.
This PDF document produced by the U.S. Army War College Library provides an extensive list of links related to PTSD. Many of the resources are available through academic journals, through interlibrary loan, or through active links to the documents.
The PTSD Research Quarterly, vol 20, issue 1 contains an annotated bibliography of research articles on or about PTSD. You can search the entire PTSD Research Quarterly Journal online at www.ncptsd.va.gov