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Health & Health Care

Search Books in the Rider University Collection, by Subject Headings

To find books on this and related subtopics, go to Rider Library's online catalog, click on the "Subject" tab above the search box, and enter any of the following subject headings to get current lists of books in the Rider library collection.*

Delivery of Health Care

Health Care Reform

Health Planning

Health Policy

Health Insurance

Medical Care

Health services administration

Health care reform--United States.


Medical Policy

Medical Care

Medical Economics

Medically Uninsured



World Health

Note that these headings too will be subdivided by more specific aspects of the topic.

* There is no one subject heading that covers all of Health and Health Care.  Rather, books are assigned subject headings based on their specific focuses. See also the sub-topics pages in this guide under the tabs, "HC Subtopics I" and "HC Subtopics II" for more subject headings to search Rider's online book catalog.

Selected Books on Health Care

Find Books in Other Online Catalogs

Besides searching for books in Rider's online catalog, you can search the WorldCat catalog to find items that can be borrowed by Inter-library Loan from other libraries.  When you find a book or article that you want to borrow from outside the Rider collections, fill out the appropriate Inter-library Loan form by clicking the link, "Borrow Items from Other Libraries," below.

Google Scholar: Books and Articles

Many researchers use free tools like Google Scholar to identify helpful books or journal articles.  If you find books in Google Scholar that you want, Check Rider's Online Catalog to see if our library has them.  If we don't, you can order any books by filling out and submitting online the appropriate Interlibrary Loan (ILL) form.

Google Scholar Search