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This resource offers users vital clinical, biomedical, and health journals, including many indexed in MEDLINE. Clinical researchers can access high-impact titles including Lancet, New England Journal of Medicine, Nature titles and more. Conducting searches on the ProQuest platform helps derive relevant clinical data quicker; the deep indexing of records means that core research findings usually hidden in images and figures within articles come to the fore as part of researcher’s search results.
Librarians can rely on this database for fewer embargoes, more peer-reviewed titles, and thousands of publications and full-text dissertations not available elsewhere in aggregated databases.
Curriculum-based health videos are a recent enhancement to this resource, offering highly sought after visual content to complement text information sources. They are also a support aid to prepare trainees for or reinforce learning in the practical clinical environment.
Users can access articles relevant to their field in titles from leading publishers including Cambridge University Press, Springer, Elsevier, and Karger.
Includes clinical summaries written by physicians for physicians – Journal Watch; Clinical answers to medical questions by physicians for physicians – Curbside Consultations.
Faculty members can draw on the scholarly bio-medical journals and instructional health videos within the database for their lectures as well as recommend material for student assignments.
Millions of images, figures, and tables within the database are made easily discoverable to the researcher – helping them pinpoint the essence of research in published articles. The images can be exported for use in presentations and papers.