College of Medicine Useful Links

2016-05-16. EBSCO Health and the American Medical Association Partner to Give all AMA Members Access to DynaMed Plus. [EBSCO Information Services] EBSCO Health and the American Medical Association are expanding their partnership to give all AMA-members complimentary access to DynaMed plus, the evidence-based, clinical information resource that is designed to provide the most useful. 

http://librarytechnology.org/repository/item.pl?id=21601

 

2016-05-12. Clinical Citations form Plum Analytics do what traditional citations cannot, [EBSCO Information Services] Plum Analytics, an EBSCO company, continues to pioneer ways to measure the impact of research by tackling clinical impact with the introduction of a new area of citations: Clinical Citations. This will allow clinical and translational science researchers, and those who fund and publish their work, , to track the research with the PlumX Suite when the work is cited in materials used for clinical purpose.

http://librarytechnology.org/repository/item.pl?id=21596

 

2016-05-26. EBSCO Information Services continues to support open sources technology for libraries. [EBSCO Information Services] EBSCO Information Services continues to provide support in advocating open source and open access. EBSCO has agreed to provide additional financial support to Koha , the world’s first full-featured, free open source Integrated library System (ILS) that is used wordwide by more than 15,000 libraries of all types. This latest contribution will help with the next phase of community driven enhancements, including support for additional ystem interperability as weel as acquisition and e-source management capabilities in Koha

http://librarytechnology.org/repository/item.pl?id=21631

 

2016-05-24. EBSCO Information Services expands its resources on Asia with release of the Bibliography of Asian Studies via EBSCOhost. [EBSCO Information Services] The Bibliography of Asian Studies, an authoritative resource for research and scholarly literature on East, Southeast and South Asia, is now available from EBSCO Information Services. The Bibliography of Asian Studies is produced by the Association for Asian Studies which partnered with EBSCO in early 2016 as the provider of BAS. The resource is accessible via the EBSCOhost platform and contains nearly 900,000 records for articles published worldwide form 1971 to the present.

http://librarytechnology.org/repository/item.pl?id=21624

 

2016-05-03. Science and EBSCO Information Services announce partnership. [EBSCO Information Services] science and EBSCO Information Services announced a partnership to provide academic libraries access to a vast number of openly accessible scholarly articles when performing a search in EBSCO Discovery Service.

http://librarytechnology.org/repository/item.pl?id=21554

 

Conducting online research at an academic level requires a critical eye and understanding of how to navigate the Internet to find the exact information you need. For the uninitiated, the process can be daunting and difficult to sort through. We've created a guide specific to online academic research designed to walk new students through the process of finding valuable and credible information online.

http://www.onlinecolleges.net/for-students/online-academic-research/

 

Research for Life Training Link

http://www.research4life.org/training/

 

Free Biomedical Literature Resources

https://www.nlm.nih.gov/docline/freehealthlit.html

 

Biomedical Literature Resources for Library Outside the U.S.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/health/pregnancyparenting/something-that-always-happens-right-after-birth-has-changed/ar-BBteQvS

https://www.nlm.nih.gov/docline/intlresources.html

 

Free Biomedical Research E-books

https://www.nlm.nih.gov/docline/intlresources.html

http://www.freebookcentre.net/Biology/BioMedical-Research-Books.html

 

My global health journal list - By David Flood 

http://www.globalhealthhub.org/2017/03/06/global-health-journal-list/

 

Guides for Medicine:

 

Subject home page 

http://libguides.llu.edu/sb.php?subject_id=64480

 

Nursing Guide Links

Subject Homepage: 

http://libguides.llu.edu/sb.php?subject_id=64474