This libguide is designed to help you find your resources for any peer reviewed research you may have relating to Clinical Laboratory Science. The goal is to make finding the resources as easy as possible.
Studying Clinical Laboratory Science at Lincoln University provides you with a personal, hands-on learning experience that prepares you for a successful career. The first three years of your degree are completed on Lincoln’s campus and the final, fourth-year clinical rotation can be completed at Regional Clinical Programs across the state. This provides you options and the flexibility to choose an education and a location that’s right for you
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These are guides that contain listings of recommended resources for finding information, such as databases, journals, books, web pages and other useful resources most relevant to your area of study. They also provide access to a range of learning tools, for example, interactive tutorials.
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