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Biomedical Databases  

From the well-known PubMed and MEDLINE to more specialized offerings such as Web of Science, SciFinder Scholar, and the Cochrane Library, the library provides easy-access links to nearly 30 biomedical and scientific databases.
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Biomedical Databases

Cold Spring Harbor Protocols, Current Protocols, Faculty of 1000, Henry Stewart Talks: Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection, Interagency Pain Research Portfolio (IPRP), Journal Citation Reports, MEDLINE (Ovid), Nature Protocols, NCBI, PubMed@COH, Scopus, Springer Protocols, Web of Science

ChemoFinder, ChemoIDPlus, PubChem, SciFinder

Evidence Based Practice
BMJ Clinical Evidence, bmjupdates,Cochrane Library, EMB Review(Ovid), National Guideline Clearinghouse, 
Natural Medicines Comprehensive DatabaseNatural Standard, ProQuest Evidence-Based Practice, UpToDate

ClinicalKey, Faculty of 1000, 
Foundations Directory Online, Journal Citation Reports, LILACS(Latin American and Caribbean Literature on Health Sciences), MEDLINE(OVID), Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database, Natural Standard, PubMed@COH, Scopus, UpToDate, Web of Science

DIRLINE(Directory of Information Resources Online), DiRT Directory, ERIC, Foundations Directory Online, Georgetown Bioethics Library, Google Scholar, LexisNexis, NCBI Image Database, ProQuest Research Library, Rand California, TOXNET

Nursing/Social and Behavioral Sciences
CINAHL, Medline(Ovid), ProQuest Nursing, ProQuest Psycology, PsycINFO, Scopus

Clinical Pharmacology, Epocrates, Lexicomp, MICROMEDEX, 
Natural Medicines Comprehensive DatabaseNatural Standard


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