Monday, January 26, 2009

Student Debate on Health Care

Get ready for an exciting, suspenseful and passionate debate between two student clubs! Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society will go up against Student Senate in this year's debate on the topic "Health Care: Who Should Provide It?". PTK will argue that private industry should provide health care, while Student Senate will take the position that the federal government should be responsible. The debate on this timely topic is sure to affect and inform anyone who watches it. Stop by Laub Lounge on Tuesday, January 27 at 11 a.m. to hear the discussion. You may even get to help choose the winning team!

The NCC Libraries have many resources on health care and related issues, so if you find yourself researching this topic for an English paper or Speech Communications project, be sure to take a look at what we have.

The Healthcare Fix: Universal Insurance for All Americans
by Laurence J. Kotlikoff
RA 412.2 .K68 2007 Stacks, Main and Monroe

A Second Opinion: Rescuing America's Healthcare: A Plan for Universal Coverage Serving Patients Over Profit

by Arnold S. Relman
RA 395 .A3 R45 2007 Stacks, Main and Monroe

Solving the Health Care Problem: How Other Nations Succeeded and Why the United States Has Not
by Pamela Behan
RA 395 .A3 B44 2006 Stacks, Main

Evaluating the Healthcare System: Effectiveness, Efficiency, and Equity

by Lu Ann Aday
E-BOOK (Online)

A Shared Destiny: Community Effects of Uninsurance

by The Institute of Medicine Committee on the Consequences of Uninsurance
E-BOOK (Online)

Health Policy Issues: An Economic Perspective

by Paul J. Feldstein
E-BOOK (Online)

In addition to these books, both the ProQuest and EBSCOhost databases contain hundreds of articles on this topic. The "controversial issues" databases like Opposing Viewpoints, CQ Researcher and also contain essays explaining the opinions held by parties from both sides of the issue. For help with any library database, contact a Reference Librarian by calling 610-861-5359 or by sending us an e-mail.

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