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|MEDLINE is the premier database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. It contains over 12 million records of journal articles in all areas of the life sciences.|
One of the library's top international relations and foreign affairs databases. This database covers scholarly and trade journals, books and publications from governments and NGOs.
PsycINFO, produced by the American Psychological Association, provides access to journal articles, book chapters, books, dissertations, reports, and other documents from all over the world in both English and foreign languages in the field of psychology and related disciplines such as education, criminology, psychiatry, social work, medicine, and law, back to 1887.
|STAT!Ref contains medical reference e-books covering all aspects of medicine and allied health. It includes key references for evidence-based medicine, pharmacology, anatomy, coding and classification, diagnosis, definitions, and calculations which can all be searched simultaneously.|
|Academic Onefile (InfoTrac)||info||some||some|
|Academic OneFile offers articles from a variety of disciplines, including the physical sciences, technology, medicine, social sciences, theology, and literature. Articles come from a variety of sources, including newspapers, reference sources, and academic journals. Includes full-text coverage of the New York times from 1995 to present.|
|Academic Search Premier (Ebsco)||info||some||some|
|Academic Search Premier is a giant database that covers more than 8,000 journals, 85% of which are peer-reviewed and over 55% are full text, and full text for nearly 3,900 peer-reviewed titles. It covers a wide variety of disciplines.|
"Contains abstracts of articles published in the primary professional literature of the communication(s) field. The full text of the ComAbstracts database can be searched; that is, abstracts may be searched by word, phrase, or author. The search system supports full Boolean search logic (AND, OR, NOT, XOR), proximity searching, wildcard searching, and word conflation (which finds alternative forms of words based on common linguistic roots). Synonyms are available for many clusters of terms and are included automatically in searches unless they are explicitly overridden in the search specification (for example, a search for 'YOUTH' will also match 'TEEN' and 'ADOLESCENT'). The database may also be searched using a keyword system consisting of menus of prepared terms and search specifications." Coverage depends on the journal, but most span the late 1980's and 1990's; some start earlier, including one beginning in 1966. Updates are continuous.
|Health Reference Center - Academic (InfoTrac)||info||some||some|
|Use this database to find full text articles from nursing, allied health, and medical journals as well as consumer health sources.|
|ProQuest Medical Library||info||some||some|
Use this database to find medical literature covering major healthcare specialties, including nursing and allied health disciplines.
|Public Administration Abstracts||info||some||some|
|Provides abstracts for the field of Public Administration, including research and theory. Records are selected from many of the leading periodicals in the discipline, including Public Administration Review, Public Administration Quarterly, and International Journal of Public Administration.|
|Social Services Abstracts||info||some||none|
Features research focused on social work, human services, and related areas, including social welfare, social policy, and community development. Includes records for journal articles, dissertations, and citations to book reviews from 1980 to present.
|Social Work Abstracts||info||some||some|
|Contains information on the fields of social work and human services (including theory and practice) and social issues and problems from 1977 to present.|
|UpToDate is a comprehensive database of clinical information for practitioners. It provides symptoms, tests, diagnosis, and therapy for illnesses and conditions including evidence and opinions for the most recommended path.|