A highly accurate and detailed online 3D anatomy resource
* Many e-resources have a browsable Thesaurus (also called Subject Terms, Subject Headings, or Topics) to help you build a search. These subject words can be searched in a field called "Descriptors" or "Subjects" for more relevant search results.
* Use a truncation symbol to find alternate forms of words. In most e-resources this symbol is an asterisk * (the little star above the number 8 on your keyboard). For example: child* will produce all records that start with those 5 letters - children, childhood, childcare, etc.
TRIP stands for "Turning Research Into Practice" and is a useful evidence-based medicine database. Try the PICO (Population, Intervention, Comparison, Outcome) search. PLEASE NOTE: This is an internet (e.g. not subsription) database. If an item you want is not online (or not free) please check the Library's holdings.
UpToDate is an evidence-based clinical decision support and informational tool, widely used in hospitals and clinical settings all over the world
All users will be asked to log in. The first time you use UpToDate you must register. Click My Account, and either log in with an existing UpToDate account, or create a new one. After the first time you will automatically be logged into your UpToDate account.
Don't forget, if you run into a problem or need help searching, you can just Ask the Library and we'll get right back to you.
Open Access Journals
Looking for more (or different) journals? Find links to open access journals and learn more about open access through our Open Access Guide.
Google Scholar is a free online resource which will allow you to quickly search hundreds of thousands of academic citations to articles, books, and more. Check full text access through Journal titles A-Z or order the items you find through Interlibrary Loan.