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The Library offers over one hundred databases and online resources covering research topics, clinical tools, reference sources, news sources, and more. Coverage includes medical topics, education, and many other subject areas.
The Library Databases page allows you to search by type of database:
- Subject Area: Select databases related to your discipline, such nursing or education
- Database Type: Narrow your databases choices by focus including anatomy resources or databases that include ebooks
- Vendor/Providers: You can limit databases to particular database companies, such as EBSCO or ProQuest
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The databases will not always offer you the full-text of articles, but the Library offers Interlibrary Loan (ILL). This is a service where you can submit an online Interlibrary Loan Request, and Library staff will get the article for you free of charge.
If you need further assistance or have any questions regarding ILL, email email@example.com or call us at 702-777-1740.
Isabel Clinical Decision Support Tool
A diagnosis checklist tool to help clinicians broaden their differential diagnosis to better recognize diseases at the point-of-care. Includes clinical and evidence-based information from BMJ Best Practice.
Elsevier's current medical and surgical content including clinical resources, top journals, best-selling medical and surgical books, and thousands of medical videos, millions of images, and much more across 12 distinct content types.
AccessEmergency Medicine helps residents meet their milestones with key resources to maximize medical knowledge and provide safe, effective patient care. Key features include board review, cases, questions and answers, top medical texts, and latest journal summaries.
A McGraw-Hill database with numerous medical texts, practice cases, images, videos, practice board review questions, and much more.
Use the PubMed interface to search for biomedical citations. Download Nomad at https://thirdiron.com/downloadnomad/ and link to the full text of journal articles subscribed to by the Jay Sexter Library at TUN.
Embase is a highly versatile, multipurpose and up-to-date database covering the most important international biomedical literature. Over 8,500 journals from over 90 countries are currently indexed, including all MEDLINE titles and over 2,800 currently indexed journals unique to Embase. Users can search using MeSH indexing or Embase's Emtree indexing.
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.
Osteopathic Medicine Collection – LWW Health Library
A collection of e-book titles on osteopathic medicine, including: Foundations of Osteopathic Medicine, as well as clinical skills videos and self-assessment questions.
Search for 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.
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 to present, as well as citations to scientific web pages, patent records, and conference proceedings.