Guidelines for Radiation Science
Table of Contents1. Purpose
2. General Collection Guidelines
D. Publication Date
E. Treatment of Subject
F. Types of Materials and Formats
3. Area Resources
4. Subjects and Collecting Levels
The radiation sciences collection supports an Associate in Science degree in radiologic technology and a B.S. degree which offers concentrations in radiologic technology education, radiology administration, or nuclear medicine technology. The collection also serves students and faculty of the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Basic Health Sciences, and other programs within the School of Allied Health Professions.
2. General Collection Guidelines.
In the field of health care practice and organization, primary emphasis is on the United States. Materials on the health care services of other countries are acquired selectively. Publications of medical research are acquired regardless of national origin, with primary emphasis on those studies relevent to medical and health problems in the United States.
Types of Materials and Formats.
Materials include monographs, serials, handbooks, anatomical atlases, encyclopedias, directories, abstracts, indexes, bibliographies, dictionaries, and conference proceedings. Primary emphasis is in serials that report current medical research and practices.
3. Area Resources.
The collection functions as a primary source for health science professionals in the region. There are no other comparable collections in the area.
4. Subjects and Collecting Levels.
|Subject||Call Number Range||Present||Desired|
|Examination. Diagnosis Radiography||RC78.7-78.7.X4||C2||C1|
Primary source for assessment:
- Haselbauer, Kathleen.
A Research Guide
to the Health Sciences. New York: Greenwood Press, 1987.