Covers the latest industry news, product, and competitive information, marketing trends, and a wide variety of other business topics. Includes over 2000 business periodicals, including the Wall Street Journal.
ABLEDATA provides objective information about assistive technology products and rehabilitation equipment available from domestic and international sources. Although ABLEDATA does not sell any products, we can help you locate the companies that do.
A database of more than 9,000 full-text periodicals, including more than 7,700 peer-reviewed journals. In addition to full text, this database offers indexing and abstracts for more than 13,000 journals with content dating back as far as 1887. Covers information in many areas of academic study including: anthropology, astronomy, biology, chemistry, civil engineering, ethnic and multicultural studies, geology, law, materials science, mathematics, music, pharmaceutical sciences, physics, psychology, religion and theology, veterinary science, women's studies, and zoology. Updated daily.
A McGraw-Hill database with numerous medical texts, practice cases, images, videos, practice board review questions, and much more.
Provides access to accounting literature and accounting standards, and interpretations.
A five-volume collection of gross anatomy videos. Each volume offers in-depth coverage of the bones, joints, muscles, tendons, and more. The videos are narrated by world-renowned anatomist Dr. Robert Acland.
Humanities E-Book is a digital collection of e-books offered by the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) in collaboration with ten learned societies, nearly 80 contributing publishers, and librarians at the University of Michigan’s Scholarly Publishing Office. The result is an online, fully searchable collection of high-quality books in the humanities, recommended and reviewed by scholars.
The Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program (CUSP) toolkit from AHRQ includes training tools to make care safer by improving the foundation of how physicians, nurses, and other clinical team members work together. It builds the capacity to address safety issues by combining clinical best practices and the science of safety.
Alzheimer's Association provides information and support to family members, caregivers, and health professionals on Alzheimer's disease. It is updated daily and includes news, resources and information such as causes, warning signs, diagnosis, treatments, stages, brain tour, myths, statistics, and related disorders along with fact sheets and a diversity toolbox. A useful glossary, chat and other online forums, a clinical trials index, funded studies (by state), papers and presentations, research theories, and more are included. The site is keyword searchable and information for caregivers is also available in Spanish.
The mission of the American Academy of Osteopathy is to teach, advocate, and research the science, art and philosophy of osteopathic medicine, emphasizing the integration of osteopathic principles, practice and manipulative treatment in patient care.
The American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) is the only national organization that represents physician assistants (PAs) in all specialties and all employment settings. Its membership also includes physician assistant students and supporters of the profession.
Everything you need to know about Osteopathic Medical Education.
The American Camp Association (formerly the American Camping Association) is a community of camp professionals who, for nearly 100 years, have joined together to share our knowledge and experience and to ensure the quality of camp programs. Because of our diverse 7,000 plus membership and our exceptional programs, children and adults have the opportunity to learn powerful lessons in community, character-building, skill development, and healthy living — lessons that can be learned nowhere else.
The AMA homepage. Find allopathic residency information (FRIEDA).
The AOA is a member association representing more than 67,000 osteopathic physicians (D.O.s). The AOA serves as the primary certifying body for D.O.s, and is the accrediting agency for all osteopathic medical colleges and health care facilities.
Developed by the American Nurses Association, the ANA Research Toolkit is designed to help nurses provide evidence-based care that promotes quality health outcomes for individuals, families, communities, and health care systems. The toolkit offers an introduction to research and evidence-based practice, and provides access to numerous resources that translate evidence into practice and support nurse researchers. ANA Members can log in to access a research repository with reviews of research articles.
This comprehensive website covers major systems such as Heart, Blood Circulation, Blood, Lymphatic/Immune, Respiratory, Urinary, Digestive, Fluid/Electrolyte/Acid-Base, Metabolism, Reproductive, Embryology, and Genetics.
A suite of 3D interactive models of human anatomy. Intuitive controls allow the user to zoom, rotate, and peel away layers to explore anatomical structures in depth. Also included are MRIs, X-rays, live-action movies, animations, and quizzes.
The U.S. National Library of Medicine's Visible Human Project has produced high resolution (4096 x 2048 x 24 bits) cryosectional color images of human anatomy. The Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications, an R&D division of the NLM, through its Communications Engineering Branch, has created a database for this image dataset as well as for 3D rendered images of anatomic objects created from cryosectional images (cross-sections or slices).
The official online companion to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA Style Guide). Posts are written by experts from the American Psychological Association, and often discuss unique or complicated issues relating to the use of APA Style.
The official and ultimate resource on APA Style from the APA. Includes a digital library of APA Style quick guides and tutorials to refine your writing. Learn how to plan sound research with the research tools that are included, and build a reference library with customized APA Style reference templates. You must register for an individual APA
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A website created by the American Psychological Association that provides basic information about using the APA citation style and the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA Style Guide). Includes FAQs and tutorials.
The mission of the Association is to provide opportunities for professionals and students in the field of outdoor recreation and education to exchange information, promote the preservation and conservation of the natural environment, and address issues common to college, university, community, military, and other not-for-profit outdoor recreation and education programs.
Search and browse thousands of great ebooks (reference, verse, fiction, nonfiction) by hundreds of authors. Look for and link to individual titles using the Library Catalog.
Clinical skills videos featuring head-to-toe and systems-based physical examination techniques, as well as OSCE clinical reasoning modules. It is based on the well-known book Bates’ Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking.
This is an archived list of questionable, scholarly open-access publishers compiled by Jeffrey Beall, a librarian at Auraria Library, University of Colorado Denver, in Denver, Colorado. As of January 12, 2017, Beall's List is no longer available at http://scholarlyoa.com/publishers/. We continue to recommend that scholars read the available reviews, assessments and descriptions provided here, and then decide for themselves whether they want to submit articles, serve as editors, or on editorial boards.
This database includes over 410 titles, with more than 360 available in full text, on biological chemistry, biophysics, botany, cytology and histology, environmental studies, microbiology, microscopy, zoology, and more.
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Use Isabel to access BMJ Best Practice.
A collection of full-text and bibliographic content in all disciplines of business, including marketing, management, MIS, POM, accounting, finance and economics, etc. Included are citations and abstracts for over 8,000 serials (nearly 2,000 peer-reviewed), with content dating back as far as 1886. The database also includes financial data, nearly 1,000 full text books and monographs, conference proceedings, case studies, industry reports, detailed profiles for the 40,000 most-cited authors in the database, market research reports, company profiles, SWOT analyses, and much more. Updated daily.
An index of thousands of scientific studies from MEDLINE, CAB Abstracts, and Agricola, which review the evidence of animals as early warning" sentinels of human health hazards."
Produced by the American Cancer Society, the Cancer Statistics Center website is a comprehensive interactive resource for learning about the cancer burden in the United States. It includes detailed statistics on cancer incidence, mortality, survival rates and trends, state-level risk factors, screening metrics, and more.
The Consumer and Patient Health Information Section of the Medical Library Association compiled this list of consumer and patient health websites with the goal providing a limited number of resources that meet the quality criteria for currency, credibility, content, audience, etc., as described on their website. No direct recommendation or sponsorship by CAPHIS or MLA of these listed web resources is implied.
This site describes drugs that are used in the treatment of cardiovascular disease with emphasis on the biophysical, biochemical, and cellular basis for drug therapy. This is a companion site to Cardiovascular Physiology Concepts.
Search abbreviated content of some of the material found in the textbook by the same author and title (Klabunde, R.E., Cardiovascular Physiology Concepts), which is published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (2004).
The Case Files Collection provides premier case content with the goal of improving learning outcomes through exposure to clinical cases. The Case Files Collection features the complete collection of basic science, clinical medicine, and post-graduate level cases from 23 Case Files series books. Cases are interactive. To answer questions, users must register for a MyAccess account. MyAccess accounts work best with Chrome and Internet Explorer browsers.
The CGP is the finding tool for federal publications and includes descriptive records for historical and current publications. It provides direct links to those that are available online. It includes publications from the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the U.S. government. These publications make up the National Bibliography of U.S. Government Publications. It includes records since July, 1976.
Search public health statistics for the USA.
The CDC National Prevention Information Network (NPIN) is the U.S. reference, referral, and distribution service for information on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and tuberculosis (TB). NPIN produces, collects, catalogs, processes, stocks, and disseminates materials and information on HIV/AIDS, STDs, and TB to organizations and people working in those disease fields in international, national, state, and local settings.
Search for information and resources related to language and culture such as educational testing, bilingual education, English as a second language, literacy, foreign language education, dialect studies, language policy, refugee orientation, and the education of linguistically and culturally diverse adults and children.
One of the 13 major operating components of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which is the principal agency in the United States government for protecting the health and safety of all Americans and for providing essential human services, especially for those people who are least able to help themselves. Since it was founded in 1946 to help control malaria, CDC has remained at the forefront of public health efforts to prevent and control infectious and chronic diseases, injuries, workplace hazards, disabilities, and environmental health threats. Today, CDC is globally recognized for conducting research and investigations and for its action oriented approach. CDC applies research and findings to improve people’s daily lives and responds to health emergencies—something that distinguishes CDC from its peer agencies.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Formerly known as the Health Care Financing. This site is everything you ever need to know about Medicare & Medicaid Services.
The Chronicle of Higher Education is the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators. It appears weekly during the academic year, less frequently May through August and December (a total of 43 issues a year).
CINAHL is the most comprehensive resource for nursing and allied health literature. CINAHL Plus with Full Text indexes over 4,900 journals with full text for more than 760, some back to 1937. This resource indexes books, dissertations, conference proceedings, standards of practice, educational software, audiovisuals, evidence-based care sheets, and more.
Search federally and privately supported clinical research in human volunteers -- trial purpose, participant population, locations, and phone numbers.
Elsevier's current medical and surgical content including First Consult, top journals, best-selling medical and surgical books, and thousands of medical videos, millions of images, and much more across 12 distinct content types. This database replaces MD Consult & First Consult. NOTE: Use Firefox or Chrome to access ClinicalKey.
Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (EBSCO)
See Cochrane Library.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR) (EBSCO)
See Cochrane Library.
The Cochrane Library contains systematic reviews and protocols prepared by Cochrane Review Groups in The Cochrane Collaboration. It contains over 5,000 Cochrane systematic reviews and over 650,000 other data records, covering clinical trials, methods, technology and economic evaluations.
Cochrane Methodology Register (EBSCO)
See Cochrane Library.
Search codes of ethics of professional societies, corporations, government, and academic institutions.
Search articles in over 500 scholarly journals, trade publications, and consumer titles (over 400 in full text) that cover artificial intelligence, computer games, graphics, networks, programming, security, systems, database management, e-commerce, hardware, information science & theory, software, technology management, website development, and more.
The official United States Copyright Office website. Find information about copyright news, laws, policies, and publications.
Formerly known as Xreferplus. Search in over 100 reference sources (biographies, encyclopedias, quotations, speeches, images) in many academic disciplines, including art, business, history, literature, medicine, music, philosophy, psychology, science, social sciences, and technology. Search 20 full text medical dictionaries.
DailyMed provides trustworthy information about marketed drugs in the United States. DailyMed is the official provider of FDA label information (package inserts). This Web site provides a standard, comprehensive, up-to-date, look-up and download resource of medication content and labeling found in medication package inserts. The National Library of Medicine (NLM) provides this as a public service and does not accept advertisements.
Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects (DARE) (EBSCO)
See Cochrane Library.
The Internet’s meeting place for ESL & EFL teachers and students.
Directory of Open Access Journals provides access to quality controlled open access scientific and scholarly journals to promote their increased usage and impact.
Search Touro College's School of Health Sciences & Graduate School of Jewish Studies master theses.
DocuTicker offers a hand-picked selection of resources, reports and publications from government agencies, NGOs, think tanks and other public interest organizations.
The Drug Information Portal of the National Library of Medicine (NLM) covers over 17,000 drugs from the time that they are in clinical trials, through their U.S. FDA approval, and then on to the marketplace. The coverage includes resources hosted by NLM, such as MedlinePlus, ClinicalTrials.gov, DailyMed, Dietary Supplements Label Database, HSDB and LactMed; outside resources, such as Drugs@FDA and AIDSinfo; drugs with official generic name status, such as USAN (United States Adopted Name) or INN (International Nonproprietary Name); and drugs which have categories extracted from the NLM MeSH Pharmacological Action data. Many drugs from countries other than the U.S. are covered; however, they are not covered completely. Not all experimental drugs are covered and untested folk remedies are included only if they are covered by the sources above.
Search tens of thousands of ebooks in all areas of academic study.
Search over 13,000 ebooks in all areas of academic study. EBooks may be downloaded for one day to Adobe Digital Editions.
Search articles in many EBSCO databases at once. Encompasses ERIC, Professional Development Collection, Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition, Newspaper Source, MasterFILE Premier, MEDLINE, Business Source Complete, Academic Search Complete.
ED.gov is the website for the United States Department of Education.
ED was created in 1980 by combining offices from several federal agencies. ED's mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access.
Search articles in over 900 periodicals (more than 600 in full-text) with content dating back to 1991. Includes information on primary, secondary, and higher education, home schooling, special education, adult education, and more.
Search articles in over 1,100 periodicals and 200 reports covering multiple levels of education. Includes information on technology, bilingual education, health education, testing, school administration, funding, policy, and more.
eMedicine.com comprises the largest and most current evidence based, peer reviewed Clinical Knowledge Base available to physicians and other healthcare professionals. One-time registration required.
Search the entire Encyclopaedia Britannica of over 73,000 articles and 10,000 illustrations, or limit to the Britannica Concise Encyclopedia, Britannica Internet Guide, video & media. Search the Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary and Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Thesaurus, Britannica World Atlas, Year in Review.
Has 21,000 articles on Jewish life, culture, history, religion by Israeli, American, and European subject specialists.
An electronic version of the 19-volume Encyclopedia of the Founders and Builders of Israel compiled and published by David Tidhar (1897-1970) over the 23 years from 1947 until his death. The first several volumes contain material about political activists, 19th century settlers, and other individuals, and contain over 6,000 biographies. Tidhar's work represents the only biographical source for many of the those included. Touro College, in conjunction with the Tidhar family, is proud to make this classic reference work freely available to the public online. Written in Hebrew.
ERIC, the Education Resource Information Center, provides access to education literature and resources. This database contains more than 1.4 million records and provides the full text of over 340,000 documents dating back to 1966.
Website prepared by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on the field of Evidence Based Nursing.
Take practice exams including more than 16,000 exam questions for USMLE, Medical Specialty Board Preparation for Basic and Clinical Sciences, PANCE, PANRE, and NCLEX-RN.
The FastStats site provides quick access to statistics on topics of public health importance and is organized alphabetically. Links are provided to publications that include the statistics presented, to sources of more data, and to related web pages.
The gateway to statistics from over 100 U.S. Federal agencies.
Search articles in medical journals available online, free and in full-text.
Large-scale search engine which indexes hundreds of millions of web pages and provides high precision search results.
Search the most comprehensive image database on the internet.
Search for scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources: peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts and articles, from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities and other scholarly organizations. Use this tool to find more recent articles citing an article.
A freely available semantic search engine which searches PubMed and provides statistical information on the results, including top authors, top journals, top institutions, etc.
Provides citations and abstracts of articles in more than 600 periodicals on global climate change, green building, pollution, renewable energy, recycling, alternate fuel sources, and sustainable agriculture.
Grey literature publications are non-conventional, fugitive, and sometimes ephemeral publications that may include, but are not limited to the following types of materials: reports (pre-prints, preliminary progress and advanced reports, technical reports, statistical reports, memoranda, state-of-the art reports, market research reports, etc.), theses, conference proceedings, technical specifications and standards, non-commercial translations, bibliographies, technical and commercial documentation, and official documents not published commercially (primarily government reports and documents). This webpage is prepared by the New York Academy of Medicine Library to alert readers to new grey literature publications in health services research and selected public health topics.
The Grey Literature Network Service was founded in 1992. The goal of GreyNet is to facilitate dialog, research, and communication between persons and organisations in the field of grey literature. GreyNet further seeks to identify and distribute information on and about grey literature in networked environments. Its main activities include the International Conference Series on Grey Literature, the creation and maintenance of web-based resources, a moderated Listserv and combined Distribution List, The Grey Journal (TGJ), and curriculum development.
Videos of gross anatomy dissections created by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
The Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) includes the largest collection of longitudinal hospital care data in the United States. It is is made possible by a Federal-State-Industry partnership sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).
Search articles in over 1,235 periodicals, more than 1,080 in full-text, on nursing, pediatrics, neurology, pharmacology, cardiology, physical therapy, and more.
The Health Education Assets Library (HEAL) is a digital library of over 22,000 freely accessible digital teaching resources in health sciences not limited to Gallery of Hematology Images, Medical Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction and Hoyt Neuro-Ophthalmology Collection.
Includes articles in over 850 periodicals and more than 4,500 dissertations and theses on all aspects of health administration, including public health & safety, hospitals, finance, personnel management, insurance, population studies, labor relations, law, and more.
Search articles in 26 peer-reviewed journals back to 1982 on nursing, autism, psychiatry, psychology, aging & gerontology, public health, administration, pediatrics, family, mental disorders, learning disabilities, research methods & evaluation, etc.
Information about ongoing health services research and public health projects before results are available in a published format.
Indexes over 800 mostly peer-reviewed periodicals (with full-text for over 500) related to medical disciplines, particularly nursing and allied health. Coverage for many periodicals goes back to 1975.
Health Technology Assessments (EBSCO)
See Cochrane Library.
A portal to the web sites of a number of multi-agency health initiatives and activities of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and other Federal departments and agencies.
HealthData.gov is dedicated to making high value health data more accessible to entrepreneurs, researchers, and policy makers in the hopes of better health outcomes for all.
A Worldwide Resource for Healthcare Consumers and Professionals Providing links to health Services and Products, Alternative Health, Education, Dental and Medical Resources, Hospitals, Employment, Healthcare Publications, Mental Health
HealthReach offers easy access to quality health information to individuals for whom English is not their primary language. It is an important resource for health professional as well as public health administrators.
Search full text articles, some free, in science, medicine, special education, and occupational therapy journals published by HighWire Press.
Search the National Library of Medicine History of Medicine Collection.
Health on the Net (HON) Foundation is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Search Occupational Therapy.
Humanities E-Book Project
see ACLS Humanities E-Book Project
The ICE Video Library provides visual resources to faculty and students in physical and occupational therapy programs. All videos are filmed with actual patients and therapists in real-life treatment settings, including acute care, skilled nursing, outpatient, home health and ICU. Diagnoses include musculoskeletal, nervous system, mental & behavioral disorders, respiratory, and pediatrics.
Contact a library staff member to get the code that is required for off campus access.
Isabel, including BMJ Best Practice, is a diagnosis checklist tool to help clinicians broaden their differential diagnosis and recognize a disease at the point of care.
ISRCTN is a registry and curated database containing the basic set of data items deemed essential to describe a study at inception, as per the requirements set out by the World Health Organization (WHO) International Clinical Trials Registry Platform (ICTRP) and the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) guidelines. All study records in the database are freely accessible and searchable and have been assigned an ISRCTN ID.
Search full text science and technology journals, proceedings, papers and reports.
Search full text current issue and previous issues back to January 1996.
Search full-text articles in journals published by the American Medical Association (AMA), including JAMA going back to 1998, and the JAMA specialty journals (formerly the Archives journals) going back to volume 1. JAMA specialty journals were formerly Archives of Dermatology, Facial Plastic Surgery, General Psychiatry, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, and Surgery.
JAMAevidence provides guides to the systematic consideration of the validity, importance, and applicability of claims about the assessment of health problems and the outcomes of health care. The database includes the classic EBM text Users’ Guides to the Medical Literature 3rd ed. and the text Care at the Close of Life.
A resource developed by the BioSemantics Group which allows you to enter a title and/or abstract in the search box, then click on 'Find journals', 'Find authors' or 'Find Articles'. Jane will then compare it to millions of documents in Medline to find the best matching journals, authors or articles for possible places to submit a manuscript, find other articles to cite, or, if you are an editor, find possible reviewers for a paper.
The Jewish Virtual Library is the most comprehensive online Jewish encyclopedia in the world, covering everything from anti-Semitism to Zionism. So far, more than 13,000 articles and 6,000 photographs and maps have been integrated into the site. The Library has 13 wings: History, Women, The Holocaust, Travel, Israel & The States, Maps, Politics, Biography, Israel, Religion, Judaic Treasures of the Library of Congress, Vital Statistics and Reference.
Gateway to all of our full text periodicals available online and in print, searchable by journal title and subject category. Find articles by PMID (PubMed Unique Identifier) with this tool.
Browse complete runs of journal articles from over 1,000 titles relating to the arts, humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Includes the following JSTOR collections: Arts & Sciences I, II, III, IV, & VII; Business II; Health & General Science.
An enormous amount of pathology-based educational materials for your use for free – approximately 70,000 pages, 100's thousands of up-to-date references, 10's of thousands of illustrations, tables, graphs, and cartoons from the United States & Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP).
Search for articles appearing during the last week in the Las Vegas Review Journal.
Search for local and national articles appearing for the last several days in the Las Vegas Sun.
Lexicomp Online is a comprehensive drug information database that provides access to current drug and disease information. Features include drug identification, drug dosing calculation, AHFS content, patient education materials, and more.
Access over 10,000 news, business, and legal sources. News coverage includes deep backfiles. Updated continually. Provides
full text of more than 350 newspapers from the U.S. and around the world; more than 300 magazines and journals and over 600 newsletters; broadcast transcripts from the major television and radio networks, as well as political transcripts covering Congressional committee hearings; press briefings from the State, Justice, and Defense departments, and presidential news conferences; campus news from nearly 300 individual college/university papers; wire services; non-English language news sources in Spanish, French, German, Italian and Dutch. Also provides credible sources for business information, including business and financial news, U.S. and international company financial information from government or private sources, market research, industry reports, and actual SEC filings. Search features permit comparison of companies based on criteria such as sales, income and number of employees. Includes primary legal source material such as federal and state case law and statutes and federal regulations, and secondary source materials such as legal news and law reviews. Validation for case law research supported with Shepard’s Citations for the Supreme Court.
Search citations & abstracts of articles in 600 periodicals, plus books, research reports, proceedings back to the mid-1960s. Covers librarianship, classification, cataloging, bibliometrics, online information retrieval, information management, etc.
Find out about current traffic conditions from the Las Vegas Review Journal.
Find out the weather forecast and any local weather alerts for Las Vegas from the Las Vegas Review Journal.
Search for book, journal and audiovisual titles in the National Library of Medicine collections and submit your interlibrary loan request at Jay Sexter Library’s Reference Desk.
A collection of more than 45 ebooks in the areas of family medicine, internal medicine, ob/gyn, pediatrics, psychiatry, and surgery. Includes board review books of interest to PA and DO students.
A collection of ebook titles on osteopathic medicine (including Foundations of Osteopathic Medicine) as well as clinical skills videos and self-assessment questions.
Search for maps and get road directions.
MD Consult & First Consult
MD Consult has been replaced by ClinicalKey.
Gross anatomy dissection videos created by the University of Michigan Medical School. After choosing a topic from the main page, use the "lab video" button at the top of the screen to view related dissection videos.
University of Nebraska Medical Center offers this excellent portal with evaluated, annotated links to online image collections organized into the following categories: General, Anatomy and Histology, Cardiology, Dermatology, Embryology, Endoscopy, Neurology, Pathology, Pediatrics, and ENT.
Search 38 full text peer reviewed Indian biomedical journals covering the spectrum including Occupational Therapy.
Search citations and abstracts from over 4,600 biomedical journals indexed in Index Medicus, International Nursing Index, Index to Dental Literature, PREMEDLINE, AIDSLINE, BIOETHICSLINE, HealthSTAR. Has many links to full-text in other EBSCOhost databases.
MedlinePlus brings together authoritative information from NLM, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and other government agencies and health-related organizations. Preformulated MEDLINE searches are included in MedlinePlus and give easy access to medical journal articles. MedlinePlus also has extensive information about drugs, an illustrated medical encyclopedia, interactive patient tutorials, and latest health news. This is the consumer side of Medline/PubMed.
Search this Merriam Webster medical dictionary for consumers.
Medscape from WebMD is a part of WebMD Health Professional Network that includes theHeart.org and eMedicine.com. Provides clinicians and other healthcare professionals with timely comprehensive and relevant clinical medicine information to improve patient care. One-time free registration required.
Search information about and reviews of all English-language standardized tests of educational skills, personality, vocational aptitude, psychology. Data is from the printed Yearbooks 1 to 20 and includes author, publication, scoring information; test materials and time needed, pricing, and more.
Search free full text of The Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy, 18th edition, Merck Manual – Second Home Edition, Merck Manual of Health & Aging, Merck Manual of Geriatrics and Merck Veterinary Manual.
Search an online dictionary and thesaurus prepared by Merriam Webster.
Full text digital collection of early textbooks and articles on osteopathy plus the autobiography of Andrew T. Still.
Search, browse articles in 400 periodicals and 245 pamphlets for information on all branches of the military and government. Includes information from a variety of sources on countries of the world and on industries.
Search this free and open educational resource (OER) for educators, students, and self-learners around the world.
The MMWR weekly contains data on specific diseases as reported by state and territorial health departments and reports on infectious and chronic diseases, environmental hazards, natural or human-generated disasters, occupational diseases and injuries, and intentional and unintentional injuries. Also included are reports on topics of international interest and notices of events of interest to the public health community.
Searchable webpage maintained by the Mulford Health Science Library at the University of Toledo which provides links to Web sites with instructions to authors for over 6,000 journals in the health and life sciences. All links are to "primary sources" - that is, to publishers and organizations with editorial responsibilities for the titles.
Read over 4000 ebooks on science, engineering and medicine. Books may also be downloaded as PDFs at no charge.
The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) is the Federal Government’s lead agency for scientific research on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). It is one of the 27 institutes and centers that make up the National Institutes of Health (NIH) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The National Center for Health Statistics is the Nation's principal health statistics agency. It compiles statistical information to guide actions and policies to improve the health of our people.
A public resource for evidence-based clinical practice guidelines.
Composed of 27 institutes and centers, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the primary Federal agency for conducting and supporting medical research.
Search every conceivable bibliographic and Internet citation format in this style manual.
NRPA is the leading advocacy organization dedicated to the advancement of public parks and recreation opportunities. Founded in 1965 through the merger of 5 national organizations dedicated to the same cause, NRPA has grown over the years - in total membership, in outreach efforts, in building partnerships, and in serving as the voice and defender of parks and recreation.
Online gateway to an abundance of disability- and rehabilitation-oriented information.
A database of evidence-based information on dietary supplements, natural medicines, and complementary, alternative, and integrative therapies. This resource is the result of a merger between the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database and Natural Standard.
A growing number of full text biomedical books linked to PubMed and searchable by subject.
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants is the only credentialing organization for physician assistants in the United States and assures that certified physician assistants meet professional standards of knowledge and skills.
With sections on gross anatomy (regional and systems), radiographic anatomy, and cross-sectional anatomy, this website is designed to teach human anatomy to students of the health professions, including undergraduate medical, health sciences, and nursing students.
see EBSCO eBook Collection.
The Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) is an international organization dedicated to promoting the adoption, creation, use, dissemination, and preservation of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs). We support electronic publishing and open access to scholarship in order to enhance the sharing of knowledge worldwide. Our website includes resources for university administrators, librarians, faculty, students, and the general public. Topics include how to find, create, and preserve ETDs; how to set up an ETD program; legal and technical questions; and the latest news and research in the ETD community.
Includes all articles from over 40 U.S. and international newspapers, including The Washington Post and The Times (London), and selected full text articles from over 330 regional U.S. newspapers (The Miami Herald, The New York Daily News, and more). Includes full text television and radio news transcripts (CBS News, CNN, FOX News, NPR, and more).
NHS Economic Evaluation Database (EBSCO)
See Cochrane Library.
Search articles in over 1,050 journals, over 875 in full-text, as well as more than 12,300 full-text dissertations on alternative & complementary medicine, consumer health, cytology, nursing, nutrition, oncology, pediatric care, pharmacology, public health, radiology, and more.
Search the full text of 16 nursing journals as well as the nursing subset of Medline.
Search for definitions, etymologies, quotations from the 20 volumes, 2nd edition, 1989 and 3 volume added series, 1993-97. Updated quarterly.
The Office of Dietary Supplements, a part of the National Institutes of Health, works to strengthen knowledge and understanding of dietary supplements by evaluating scientific information, stimulating and supporting research, disseminating research results, and educating the public about the efficacy and safety of dietary supplements in order to foster an enhanced quality of life and health for the U.S. population. Includes information for both consumers and providers. Some consumer information is available in Spanish
OMT Procedure Videos Online is a free educational resource for all osteopathic medical residents and students that was developed by the American College of Osteopathic Family Physician's Subcommittee on OMM/OPP Publications & Educational Resources. It is based on the ACOFP textbook Somatic Dysfunction in Osteopathic Family Medicine and includes step-by-step demonstrations of over 150 OMT procedures.
Online Journal of Issues in Nursing (OJIN) is a free, peer-reviewed, international journal addressing topics affecting nursing practice, research, education, and the wider health care sector. Both Medline and CINAHL index the journal. OJIN presents timely information required by nurses and other health care professionals to provide current and informed patient care, to be socially responsive health care professionals, and to meet professional development needs.
Search by subject, category and words in Science and Medicine, including Cancer.
OpenDOAR is an authoritative directory of academic open access repositories. Each OpenDOAR repository has been visited by project staff to check the information that is recorded here. This in-depth approach does not rely on automated analysis and gives a quality-controlled list of repositories. As well as providing a simple repository list, OpenDOAR lets you search for repositories or search repository contents.
The only website dedicated to Osteopathic Medical Internships and Residencies on the Web.
Home of live surgery video on the internet.
Search 40,000 citations of books, proceedings, theses and dissertations, unpublished papers, and journal articles on occupational therapy, rehabilitation, education, psychiatry, psychology, health care delivery and administration, in the Wilma L. West Library of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).
Search more than 10,000 citations and abstracts from over 20 global occupational therapy journals going back to 1970.
OTseeker is a database that contains abstracts of systematic reviews and randomized controlled trials relevant to occupational therapy. Trials have been critically appraised and rated to assist you to evaluate their validity and interpretability. These ratings will help you to judge the quality and usefulness of trials for informing clinical interventions.
Search the full text of more than 70 ebooks and 30 ejournals on medicine, nursing and physical therapy. Includes e-books from the American Nurses Association (ANA) and Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce is a collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations, and health sciences libraries which provides timely, convenient access to selected public health resources on the Internet.
Search bibliographic details and abstracts of randomized controlled trials, systematic reviews and evidence-based clinical practice guidelines in physiotherapy. All trials on PEDro are independently assessed for quality. These quality ratings are used to quickly guide users to trials that are more likely to be valid and to contain sufficient information to guide clinical practice. PEDro is produced by the Centre for Evidence-Based Physiotherapy at The George Institute for Global Health.
Pediatrics for medical students from Stollery Children's Hospital. Includes podcasts, cases, questions and flash-card conditions.
Formerly Association of Physician Assistant Programs, PAEA is the only national organization in the United States representing physician assistant (PA) educational programs. Its mission is to pursue excellence, foster faculty development, advance the body of knowledge that defines quality education and patient-centered care, and promote diversity in all aspects of physician assistant education.
Portal to a special collection being assembled and maintained by the Society for the Preservation of Physician Assistant History (SPPAHx, Inc.) in collaboration with the Duke University Medical Center Archives. The Cultural History of the Physician Assistant (PA) Profession Collection is one of the largest digital and original collections of material relating to the development of the health team approach to the delivery of medical and preventive health care services in the U.S.A.
Practical Clinical Skills provides free training and clinical decision support aids. The simulation-based training modules include lessons on heart sounds, murmurs, lung sounds, carotid bruit, blood pressure assessment and EKGs. The quick reference guides are a timely information source at the point of care.
Indexes and abstracts articles from over 700 periodicals (over 500 peer-reviewed) on education topics ranging from children's health and development to pedagogical theory and practice. Includes the full text for over 500 journals, with content dating back to 1965.
Over 36,000 free ebooks published by bona fide publishers and widely used for its collection of classic literature.
Search several databases at once, with articles in over 19,300 periodicals, over 13,000 in full-text. Encompasses ABI/INFORM Dateline, ABI/INFORM Global, ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry, Accounting & Tax with Standards, ProQuest Asian Business and Reference, Banking Information Source, Canadian Business & Current Affairs, Canadian Newstand, Career & Technical Education, Criminal Justice Periodicals, Dissertations & Theses, Hoover's Company Records, Pharmaceutical News Index, ProQuest Biology Journals, ProQuest Computing, ProQuest Education Journals, ProQuest Health Management, ProQuest Medical Library, ProQuest Military, ProQuest Newspapers, ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Source, ProQuest Psychology Journals, ProQuest Religion, ProQuest Science Journals, ProQuest Social Science Journals, ProQuest Telecommunications, and ProQuest Research Library.
PROSPERO is an international database of prospectively registered systematic reviews in health and social care. Key features from the review protocol are recorded and maintained as a permanent record. PROSPERO aims to provide a comprehensive listing of systematic reviews registered at inception to help avoid unplanned duplication and enable comparison of reported review methods with what was planned in the protocol.
Includes a number of American Psychiatric Publishing books and journals including the American Journal of Psychiatry and the current and several previous editions of the DSM.
Search articles in over 1,080 journals, more than 690 in full text, as well as more than 4,000 full-text dissertations, on clinical and social psychology, genetics, psychology of business & economics, communication, criminology, addiction, neurology, social welfare, and more. Has charts, diagrams, graphs, tables, photos, other graphical elements.
PsycINFO provides systematic coverage of the psychological literature from the 1800s to the present. It includes over 3 million citations and abstracts of journal articles, books and chapters, gray literature (dissertations, technical and annual reports, consumer brochures, and more), and electronic publications.
The PubChem Project includes the following four databases: PubChem Compound: Search unique chemical structures using names, synonyms or keywords. Links to available biological property information are provided for each compound. PubChem Substance: Search deposited chemical substance records using names, synonyms or keywords. Links to biological property information and depositor web sites are provided. PubChem BioAssay: Search bioassay records using terms from the bioassay description, for example cancer cell line". Links to active compounds and bioassay results are provided. Structure Search: Search PubChem's Compound database using a chemical structure as the query. Structures may be sketched or specified by SMILES
From the CDC, search public health images and multimedia files. Most are in the public domain but some are copyrighted.
Public Library of Science (PLoS) is an initiative by scientists and doctors to publish quality, peer-reviewed literature and make it freely available to the public and other researchers. It publishes journals in biology, medicine, clinical trials, and genetics. PLoS Medicine publishes articles on public health and international health issues as well as clinical research.
PubMed, developed by the National Library of Medicine, includes millions of citations to biomedical articles from MEDLINE and other sources. PubMed includes links to some sites providing free full text articles and other related resources.
Use the PubMed interface to search for biomedical citations and link to the full text of almost all of the journal articles subscribed to by the Jay Sexter Library at TUN.
PubMed Health specializes in reviews of clinical effectiveness research, with easy-to-read summaries for consumers as well as full technical reports. Clinical effectiveness research finds answers to the question “What works?” in medical and health care. It is a service provided by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) at the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM). PubMed Health is based on systematic reviews of clinical trials, most published from 2003 forward.
An overview of APA (American Psychological Association) style and formatting from Purdue University's Online Writing Lab. This resource, revised according to the 6th edition, second printing of the APA manual, offers examples for the general format of APA research papers, in-text citations, endnotes/footnotes, and the reference page.
Search the biomedical literature, including article citations from PubMed and PubMed Central, NIH grants, patents and patent applications, using sophisticated linguistic analysis technology.
re3data.org is a global registry of research data repositories that covers research data repositories from different academic disciplines. It presents repositories for the permanent storage and access of data sets to researchers, funding bodies, publishers and scholarly institutions. re3data.org promotes a culture of sharing, increased access and better visibility of research data.
Ready.gov provides abundant disaster preparedness information aimed at educating Americans on an ongoing basis about how to prepare for national emergencies, natural disasters, biological or chemical accidents and terrorist attacks.
Formerly known as the Vancouver style manual. The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) developed these recommendations to review best practice and ethical standards in the conduct and reporting of research and other material published in medical journals, and to help authors, editors, and others involved in peer review and biomedical publishing create and distribute accurate, clear, unbiased medical journal articles.
Includes business journals, newspapers, & newswires from all metropolitan and rural areas in the U.S.
The mission of the Religiously Affiliated Camps (RAC) is to inspire, equip and support faith-based camp staff to nurture spiritual growth through the camp and retreat experience. RAC seeks to relate issues, trends, and resources concerning spiritual formation to faith-based camp leaders, articulate the faith-based voice to ACA on issues impacting programs, and create opportunities for faith-based networking that encourages dialogue, understanding, learning and support.
Search articles in more than 4,730 journals (over 3,315 in full text) with content dating back to 1971. Covers many areas of academic study, including business, education, health, literature, political science, and psychology.
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Search articles in over 1,600 journals (over 1,270 in full text), with content dating back to 1986, on physics, engineering, astronomy, biology, earth science, chemistry, and more. Has charts, diagrams, graphs, tables, photos, and other graphical elements.
A gateway to authoritative selected science information provided by U.S. Government agencies including research and development results.
Search over 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and more than 11,000 books published by Elsevier. Includes full text of more than 900 basic science and clinical science journals with content back to 1995.
Search electronic library covering a selected collection of Brazilian scientific journals.
Scopus is a citation database which allows you to identify the most influential articles on a topic and to find newer articles that cite older articles. The database includes citations from 1996- as well as citations to scientific web pages, patent records, and conference proceedings. NOTE: Incompatible with Internet Explorer 9. Use IE 7, IE 8, or any version of Firefox to access.
Search information on cancer statistics including annual reports, summaries and tables.
EBSCOhost. See bibliographic and pricing information on over 184,000 U.S. and international titles. Includes newspapers, historical data for 20,000 titles, data from over 83,500 publishers worldwide.
Search articles in over 930 journals, more than 640 in full text, on addiction studies, urban studies, family studies, international relations, and more.
Search this collection of Internet accessible information resources of interest to those involved in the fields related to Special Education.
The world's most comprehensive source of full text for sports and sports medicine journals. Use this database to search over 650,000 citations and abstracts of articles, books, and conference proceedings on sports, sports medicine, and fitness. Full text is available for more than 660 journals with coverage dating back to the 1970s.
Includes more than 2,300 ebooks published in 2011 and 2012 in medicine, behavioral science, and the biomedical and life sciences.
A database that allows you to search the full text of 5 medical and physical therapy ebooks. STAT!Ref also includes MedCalc 3000, a set of medical reference tools and calculators, Stedman's Medical Dictionary, and a collection of test-preparation podcasts for the NCLEX-RN exam.
The Statistical Abstract of the United States, published since 1878, is the authoritative and comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States. It includes data from the Census Bureau, other federal agencies, and private organizations.
Osteopathic Medicine resources for students.
The Systematic Review Data Repository (SRDR) is a powerful and easy-to-use tool for the extraction and management of data for systematic review or meta-analysis. It is also an open and searchable archive of systematic reviews and their data. It is run by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), which is part of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
Search over 500 items such as books, pamphlets and articles on Homeopathy.
Search abstracts of over 280 periodicals geared toward K-12 teachers. Covers assessment, continuing education, current pedagogical research, curriculum development, instructional media, language arts, literacy standards, and more.
A database of citations to publications by Touro faculty on all campuses browsable by location or program and searchable by faculty name, publication year, or publication title. Includes a link for faculty members to submit their publications. The database is hosted by the Touro College New York Library.
At the behest of Rabbi Dr. Bernard Lander, founder and then-president of Touro College, the Archives was created in 2007 to preserve the history of Touro College. The collection comprises 160 acid-free containers containing over 212 linear feet of papers. The bulk of the collection consists of Dr. Lander’s papers with ongoing accessions from various programs and deans.
The Internet's leading resources for Evidence-Based Practice.
Prepared by Duke University Medical Center Library and the Health Sciences Library, UNC-Chapel Hill, this tutorial is intended for any health care practitioner or student who needs a basic introduction to the principles of Evidence-Based Medicine.
This is a Web-based learning program that will show you how to search PubMed®, the National Library of Medicine's (NLM®) journal literature search system. It is based on NLM's one-day PubMed training course.
This page gives links to PubMed Quick Tours, which are animated tutorials on topics such as searching by author or subject. It also gives links to Quick Tours on My NCBI, a personal account which can run searches automatically and send the results to your e-mail account. Links are also included to Quick Tours on the MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) database. Most of the tutorials are under 5 minutes long.
Contains official information from all three branches of the Federal Government.
Includes Great Basin College and Western Nevada Community College.
Includes Community College of Southern Nevada, Desert Research Institute and Nevada State College.
A premier point of service clinical medicine database providing current information on over 9,000 topics in 19 specialties. Includes drug interaction information from Lexi-Interact, a Lexi-Comp product. UpToDate Anywhere allows users to download mobile apps on up to two devices after registering for a personal UpToDate Anywhere account. For best results, use Firefox or Chrome when accessing UpToDate Anywhere from off campus.
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Search this site for regulations and information regarding food, drugs, medical devices, vaccines, blood products, cosmetics, radiation-emitting devices, and nutrition.
Search articles in over 50 national, international, minority interest newspapers. Includes New York Times back to 1995, The Wall Street Journal back to 1984, and more.
Search a selection of Web resources compiled by the Library of Congress across all disciplines.
This popular web resource, created by Edward C. Klatt, MD, in the Department of Pathology at the University of Utah, includes over 1900 images along with text, tutorials, laboratory exercises, and examination items for self-assessment that demonstrate gross and microscopic pathologic findings associated with human disease conditions.
The mission of the WHO International Clinical Trials Registry Platform is to ensure that a complete view of research is accessible to all those involved in health care decision making. This will improve research transparency and will ultimately strengthen the validity and value of the scientific evidence base.
Whole Brain Atlas, from Harvard Medical School, presents clinical data along with magnetic resonance, x-ray computed tomography, and nuclear medicine images of actual human brains from normal specimens to those showing evidence of cerebrovascular, neoplastic, degenerative, inflammatory, or infectious disease. Study more than 100 structures in the brain and review normal brain function and anatomy.
The World Health Report 2006 - Working together for health contains an expert assessment of the current crisis in the global health workforce and ambitious proposals to tackle it over the next ten years, starting immediately. The report reveals an estimated shortage of almost 4.3 million doctors, midwives, nurses and support workers worldwide. The shortage is most severe in the poorest countries, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, where health workers are most needed. Focusing on all stages of the health workers' career lifespan from entry to health training, to job recruitment through to retirement, the report lays out a ten-year action plan in which countries can build their health workforces, with the support of global partners.