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National Library of Medicine: Provides access to extensive information about specific diseases and conditions and also has links to consumer health information from the US National Institutes of Health, a dictionary, encyclopedia, lists of hospitals and physicians and clinical trials.
Merck: Provides free access to the full content of the following Merck publications: The Merck manual of diagnosis and therapy, The Merck manual of patient symptoms, The Merck manual home health handbook, The Merck manual for pet health and The Merck veterinary manual. The content is regularly updated
Oxford University Press: Oxford Reference Online covers the following subjects in a single cross-searchable resource: language (dictionaries, grammar, abbreviations, proverbs); general reference (quotations, English place names, first names, world encyclopedia); art and architecture; classics; history; literature; military history; mythology and folklore; performing arts; politics and social sciences; religion and philosophy; economics and business; law; biological sciences; computing; earth and environmental sciences; food and drink; medicine; physical sciences and mathematics. Major reference works which are searchable in this collection include: The Australian Oxford Dictionary, The Oxford Companion to Australian History, Oxford Dictionary of Art, Who's Who in the Classical World, Dictionary of Ecology, Dictionary of Computing, Dictionary of British History, Who's Who in the Twentieth Century, Dictionary of World History, Oxford Companion to American Literature, Oxford Companion to Shakespeare, Concise Medical Dictionary, Oxford Companion to Music and Oxford Dictionary of Quotations.
PLoS: PLoS is a nonprofit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world's scientific and medical literature a freely available public resource.
U.S. National Library of Medicine: PubMed Central is a free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM). As well as current material, some digitised content dates back to the mid 1800s or early 1900s. Also provides a link to PubMed, a database of citations and abstracts for millions of articles from thousands of journals. PubMed includes links to full-text articles at several thousand journal web sites as well as to most of the articles in PubMed Central.
Informit: Covers rural and remote health area issues and care, and the practice and educational needs of health providers, in particular medical practitioners and nurses.
Elsevier: A search engine that has broad coverage of science and medical topics. Advanced search features allow the user to limit to journal sources that contain research reports, peer-reviewed articles, patents, pre prints, PDF and PostScript files, conference papers, theses and dissertations.
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