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Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA)

Resources for MHA research

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Finding Articles through the Library

You can search for articles, or other information, relating to the Master of Healthcare Administration from the following sources:

  • See the recommended databases below on this page, for a list of recommended databases to search for articles on this topic.
  • This page also lists recommended databases and websites for finding statistical information
  • The featured healthcare journals box below on this page lists recommended journals you can read or search for articles.

The how to find journals and articles page of this guide has information on using Google Scholar or EBSCO databases for your article search, as well as how to use the library's journal search tool to look for an article by citation or see if the library provides access to a specific journal.

Recommended Journals


Government Sources

Federal and state government sites can be great places to find information on demographics and social issues affecting health care. To find information, try searching for anything from the federal government.

For a state government, try searching Google with your topic, state and "". This limits just to government sites. 

Google Search: crime ohio

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