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I have been assigned by my professor to find a salary survey article in "Modern Healthcare" journal or "Hospitals and Health Networks" journal.

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I have been assigned by my professor to find a salary survey article in "Modern Healthcare" journal or "Hospitals and Health Networks" journal. It has to be 2012 or 2013.
I have done my own search on Galileo and the only year I could find is 2001. From the sound of the discussion question, it will be a survey of multiple healthcare positions.

Answered By: Trustee Library
Last Updated: Jan 30, 2017     Views: 18

The best way to find the kind of information you're looking for is by going through the library's Journals A-Z search! Here's how to use it:
  • Start at our library catalog https://brenau.on.worldcat.org/discovery
  • Hover over Brenau Trustee Library in the top-left corner, and click on the link to Journals A-Z.
  • In the search box, type in your journal title. As an example, let's choose Modern Healthcare. Click Find Journals
  • You'll see in the results that the journal is held in several databases in various date ranges. Click on the first database link, Full text from ABI/INFORM Global. (You may be required to log in with your Brenau 6-digit student ID number and your email username.)
  • You'll find yourself at the database's page for Modern Healthcare. To find salary surveys in this journal from the last two years, you'll want to click on Advanced Search, located under "Search Within This Publication". 
  • In the first AND row of search boxes, type salary. In the second AND row of search boxes, type survey.
  • In Search Options, select the Publication Date for After January 1, 2012. Then click Search.
You'll find three very-specific articles for current salary surveys in your results. You can use the same advanced search techniques to explore materials in Hospitals and Health Networks, too!

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