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Physical Therapy: Getting Started

Where Can I Find...? (Overview of Physical Therapy Resources)

This website contains physical therapy resources.

The tabs at the top of this page include the following resources:

eBooks: eBooks (e.g., Harrison's) and ebook collections (e.g., AccessMedicine).

Journals & DatabasesIndividual journals (e.g., Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine) and journal article databases (e.g., PubMed).

Clinical Info, Drugs, Pharmacology: Clinical resources that can be used at the point-of-care (e.g., UpToDate, Lexi-Comp).

Anatomy: ebooks and interactive websites devoted to full-body and regional anatomy.

EBP Intro: Theory and resources related to evidence-based practice:

  • PICOTT: neumonic designed to assist in the formation of a clinical question
  • Study Design: describes study designs, question types, and hierarchy of evidence
  • Searching (EBP Resources): resources which include primary research articles, systematic reviews, summaries, and more.
  • Appraisal: tools to assist in the appraisal of individual articles or groups of articles.

Mobile Devices: Free and library-provided mobile apps and websites in the following categories:

Associations: Physical therapy and rehabilitation associations.

RefWorks and EndNoteReference Managers allow users to import citations from databases into an online library, then insert those properly formatted citations into a paper or bibliography using Microsoft Word.

Library Instruction: Links to PowerPoint slides from library instruction sessions.


Emily Brennan
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MUSC Library: Contact Info


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