Bandolier collects good quality evidence under a variety of different headings. They search for systematic reviews of treatments, of evidence about diagnosis, epidemiology or health economics, and abstract it.
Collection of stereoscopic anatomy images from the Lane Library at Stanford. Use and copyright discussed on home page of Bassett collection.
Brief and structured evidence appraisal and summaries specific to emergency medicine.
A suite of peer-reviewed, open-access journals in all areas of the biological sciences, includes titles such as BMC Biology, BMC Medicine, Malaria and BMC Infectious Disease. Good for finding high-quality, open-access literature on a variety of topics.
Exam Prep for Nursing, Advanced Practice Nursing, Medical, and Dentistry. Use your @usc.edu e-mail address for registration
eBook collection with access to over 800 major medical and allied health texts and handbooks.
The MHRA is responsible for regulating all medicines and medical devices in the UK. Find reports and information.
Interdisciplinary collection of journal articles, conference proceedings, and books. Collection of seven online database: Conference Proceedings Citation Index, Science Citation Index, Social Sciences Citation Index, Arts & Humanities Citation Index, Index Chemicus, Current Chemical Reactions, and Book Citation Index. Coverage is 1900-present.
2700 images with text to illustrate gross and microscoping pathological findings. Radiologic imaging associated with disease. Examination items and tutorials.
Developed for emergency responders in hazardous material incidences. Includes list of known substances, tool to identify an unknown chemical and other reference tools (radiological, triage, chemical hazards emergency medical management).
The Arabic manuscripts collection of the Wellcome Library (London) comprises around 1000 manuscript books and fragments relating to the history of medicine.
Images from British Wellcome Museum holdings including historical, contemporary, biomedical, and clinical collections.
Includes links to WHO regional libraries. Click on Global Index link to search Medline, SciELO for literature from Latin America, and WHOLIS (KMS) for WHO publications.
Mutilateral partnership allows for search of national scientific databases in over 70 participating countries. Includes papers, multimedia, data, and public access content. Search available in Arabic, German, Spanish, French, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Japanese.