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AccessMedicine includes a variety of medical resources including reference titles, an extensive multimedia library, differential diagnosis tool, health information, and integrated drug database.
Journals in nursing and allied health. Records date back to 1937. Full text.
The Cochrane Library is a collection of six databases that contain different types of high-quality, independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making, and a seventh database that provides information about Cochrane groups.
Articles & documents about education, including conference papers, books, reports, dissertations, theses, and policy papers. Some full-text.
Health & Medical Collection
Covers clinical and biomedical topics, consumer health, health administration and more. Some full text.
Nursing & Allied Health Database
Full-text articles and dissertations related to Nursing & Allied Health alongside Systematic Reviews, Evidence Summaries, and Best Practice Information Sheets.
Interdisciplinary content centered on psychology & the behavioral & social sciences. Useful for locating scholarly research findings across a host of academic disciplines. Some Full text.
Database of more than 1400 scientific journals. Recent years of about half of the journals are available in full text.
Index to publications in the fields of sociology, social sciences and related disciplines from 1986 to the present.
UpToDate is a clinical decision support resource with evidence-based clinical information – including drug topics and recommendations that clinicians use at the point of care. UpToDate covers 25 specialties, including internal medicine, psychiatry, infectious disease, and cardiovascular medicine. [Registration required]
Web of Science
Contains the three citation indexes that have existed since the early 1960s: Arts & Humanities, Science and Social Science Citation Index. Web of Science also tracks citations in Medline, newer sources and publications in Korea and Russia.
Many researchers do thorough studies in order to complete a dissertation or thesis, but these studies may not always be published later as journal articles. It is important to search for dissertations/theses on your topic, especially as these studies can help you as you are designing your research study.
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