US National Library of Medicine
Health communication/ information / Posted 5 years ago by Nason Bimbe / 505 views
The databases and electronic resources provided by the National Library of Medicine, the world’s largest medical library, is especially suitable for the public, health care providers, researchers, librarians and publishers. Biomedical and Health Sciences related information in the form of searchable databases, databanks, bibliographic citations, some full text materials, archival collections, & images are available. The electronic databases listed include: PubMed/MEDLINE, MeSH, UMLS, Clinical Trials.gov, MedlinePlus, TOXNET; and LocatorPlus . The databases have resources on a wide range of subjects including nutrition, consumer health, health services research, communicable and non-communicable diseases; public health; dissertations and theses and free full-text articles and much more.
- Subject category: Communicable diseases, Non-communicable diseases, Nutrition, Public health
- Database Type: Health Databases
- Access Resource: https://www.nlm.nih.gov/