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Both medical students and faculty find the research and data published in dissertations valuable for:
—    Identifying and obtaining research methodology
—    Finding pertinent data
—    Retrieving bibliographies
—    Formulating medical/scientific hypothesis
—    Conducting subject review

Our annual dissertation update included more than 5,000 health sciences dissertations from 2011 and 2012, all from top medical institutions, and these are now available in the ProQuest health sciences databases. The total dissertation count for each database is indicated in the table above.

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10 Apr 2014

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