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Medical Marijuana and Cannabis Industry: Library Databases + Journals

Searching Primo

Medical Marijuana is a topic that intersects with many disciplines including Medicine, Pharmacy, Business, and Psychology. Fortunately, the library has an easy way to conduct inter-disciplinary research, our Primo search toolwhich searches the entirety of the library.

Tips for searching Primo: 

  • Login: Login to your library account using your USciences credentials. Searching while logged in enables users to save search queries and search results and also facilitates interlibrary loan requests. 
  • Keyword Searching: Use only keywords when searching primo. For example, someone researching the use of medical marijuana in treating Fibromyalgia would search "medical marijuana fibromyalgia
  • Research is a Process: Repeat searches using synonyms for your keywords and try both narrower and broader terms. For example: "cannabis fibromyalgia" or "cannabis pain management
  • Filter: Set limits on your search to weed out irrelevant or outdated results and hone in on what you want. For example,  when searching for journal articles select "Peer-Reviewed Journals" under "Resource Type". Setting a date range will ensure your results are up to date. 
  • "Shop": think like a shopper and use the "pin" icon to gather a selection of sources as you would place items in an online shopping cart. Give yourself enough options so that you can go through and select the "best-fit" sources for your search. 

For more on searching Primo, check out our Introduction to Primo video. 

Subject Specific Databases

Searching databases will allow you to perform more subject specific searches. 

Health and Medicine 

Business

Pharmaceutical and Drug Information

Psychology

News and Current Events

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