Trip is a source for evidence based healthcare information to support practitioners' clinical decisions. Users can create personal accounts, save their search history, and citations link to MLibrary holdings.
IndexCat is a multi-part printed bibliography of items in the Library of the Surgeon-General’s Office, U.S. Army. It contains material dated from the 1400s through 1950 and is an important resource for researchers in the history of medicine, history of science, and for clinical research. The scope of Index-Catalogue extends beyond medicine and includes, for example, the basic sciences, scientific research, military medicine, public health, and hospital administration. Language coverage is international with citations in European and Slavic languages, Greek script, and Romanized Chinese and Japanese titles - some with English translations. The catalogue covers a wide assortment of materials including: books, journal articles, dissertations, pamphlets, reports, newspaper clippings, case studies, obituary notices, letters, portraits, as well as rare books and manuscripts. It is a list of holdings for a specific library, it does not claim to be an index of all material published in medicine.
A collection of primary source documents, images, and narratives that detail the impact of the American influenza epidemic of 1918-1919 on 50 cities in the United States. Each city has its own essay in addition to supplementary materials: time line, images, and reference list. Four topic areas are covered: People, Places, Organizations, and Subjects.
Iraqi Academic Scientific Journals
Baghdad, Jun 20, 2012
The Ministry of Higher Education & Scientific Research of Iraq is pleased to announce the launch of the new service "Iraqi Academic Scientific Journals" (IASJ).
IASJ is one platform where all scholarly journals published by the Iraqi universities and research institutions are indexed and discovered. All journals in IASJ are peer-reviewed and open access.
The main aim of IASJ is to improve the online discoverability and visibility of and access to the published scholarly research of iraqi academics. IASJ will help Iraqi authors to disseminate their research globally.
At the moment IASJ is launched in a Beta version with only 71 journals published by 18 institutions. The service will be further developed and will cover all journals, more than 200 journals publisher by 40 academic institutions in Iraq.
IASJ is developed and hosted by SemperTool, a company specialized in building digital library products. All content of IASJ will be included in the Iraqi Virtual Library System IVSL and it's discovery systemLibHub provided by SemperTool.
- 2000+ e-books (including 440+ ExpertConsult titles and 800 e-books from First Consult)
- 536 journals
- 15,000 videos (including 350+ videos from Procedures Consult)
- 3.75 million images
- and much more
The objective of the website is to make information about culture, language, health, illness and community resources directly accessible to health care providers who see patients from different ethnic groups. EthnoMed was designed to be used in clinics by care providers in the few minutes before seeing a patient in clinic. EthnoMed is intended to be a community voice in the clinic, so user feedback is essential. Information is specific to groups in the Seattle area, but much of the cultural and health information is of interest and applicable in other geographic areas. Each cultural profile includes a description of the group's country of origin, language, interpersonal relations, and health/death issues.
Health Policy Picks is a monthly selection of recent publications, such as technical reports, conference proceedings, tutorials, videos, and other material produced by organizations and government agencies that conduct analysis and research. HPP's focus is health policy research, information, and education. The target audiences are those interested in learning about U.S. health care system. Content includes unpublished literature on health policy.
Presents reliable, science-based facts on dietary supplements; news and events; resources for researchers; and information about the composition and functions of supplements. Fact sheets are available in three versions: health professional, consumer, and QuickFacts. Website also includes US Food and Drug Administration warnings and safety information, a guide for evaluating health information on the internet, and more.