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Physical Therapy: Introduction

Find key databases, electronic tools, internet resources, and PT pointers from the Library.

Welcome

Welcome Physical Therapy students & faculty! 

If you need personalized assistance with any of these resources, classroom instruction and research consultations with a librarian are available!

Explore BrowZine for Physical Therapy Journals

Faculty Publications

Recent publications added to PubMed from Temple University's Physical Therapy Department. It is an RSS feed based on an "affiliation" search in PubMed.

Click on the "Website" link at the bottom of the page to view all of the citations in PubMed. 

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Summon: Unfiltered Search of Temple's Library Materials

Summon is a powerful, yet simple search tool that allows you to discover books, scholarly articles, dissertations, archival material and more in the Temple Libraries collection.
 
 
 

Point of Care tools

Peer-Reviewed Journals

Definition of Peer-Reviewed (Mirriam-Webster): a process by which a scholarly work (such as a paper or a research proposal) is checked by a group of experts in the same field to make sure it meets the necessary standards before it is published or accepted.

Peer-Reviewed articles are also known as: scholarly, academic or refereed.

Characteristic of a peer-reviewed article: 

  • Articles are longer (approx. 10-35 pages)
  • Includes a comprehensive bibliography or references.
  • There is an abstract.  
  • Authors are often affiliated with an institution like a university or college.

Verify if a journal is peer-reviewed:

Search by journal title in Ulrich's Periodical Directory to see if the journal record includes a referree jacket icon-this will mean that the journal is in fact "refereed/peer-reviewed". 

Need help? Ask your Physical Therapy Librarian

Stephanie Roth
Contact:
Ginsburg Health Sciences Library
Temple University

stephanie.roth@temple.edu
215-707-9469