These are the Health Sciences Library's most frequently used databases and tools.
AccessMedicine and other Access databases
Core textbooks in medicine, pediatrics, pharmacy, and surgery from McGraw-Hill.
CINAHL Plus with full text (EBSCO)
Research database indexing nursing journals, conference proceedings, and selected books.
Full text access to clinical journals, medical textbooks, drug information, practice guidelines, and patient handouts.
Collection of databases each containing a type of quality, evidence-based information for healthcare decision-making.
Find answers to clinical questions in this evidence-based medical database, updated daily.
International biomedical and pharmacological database that is comprehensive in scope, including all of MEDLINE.
EndNote & Mendeley
Reference management tools that assist with research and make creating bibliographies easy.
Search tool for the scholarly literature that is configured with links to full text documents licensed by the library.
The National Library of Medicine's biomedical database using Ovid interface.
Find articles, dissertations and book chapters in psychology and behavioral health.
The National Library of Medicine's Medline biomedical database.
Search the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature, including scientific journals, books, and conference proceedings.
Evidence-based clinical decision support tool. Usage may be tracked for CME/CE credit.