Epistemonikos provides rapid access to systematic reviews in health. A unique feature of Epistemonikos is that it links together systematic reviews, broad syntheses of reviews and primary studies. Note that Epistemonikos is not a comprehensive database of health research - it only includes primary studies that have been included in a systematic review.
Global Health is a specialist database dedicated to public health, covering the following specialties: Community Health and Disease Prevention, Epidemiology, Infectious Diseases, Nutrition and Dietetics, Parasitology and Infectious Diseases.
The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection contains over 2,400 specially commissioned, animated seminar-style talks, organised in series, subject categories and therapeutic areas. Topics range from the fundamentals of life sciences to the latest thinking in therapeutic interventions, from the level of the single molecule to entire populations. The collection is reviewed and updated monthly.
Designed to assist doctors in training to prepare for membership examinations with current and relevant online revision courses. The question library includes thousands of MCQs for medical exams with explanatory answers based on typical exam themes and detailed score analysis to gauge performance.
You can have an OnExamination voucher giving you 2 months access to the site. We generally recommend you leave this until the final period before the exam. Contact the library for further information and to book a voucher.
OTDBase is a collection of over 10,000 abstracts from 27 key occupational therapy journals starting from 1970. It originates from Canada. Titles indexed include the American Journal of Occupational Therapy, British Journal of Occupational Therapy and Occupational Therapy International.
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REHABDATA describes over 80,000 documents covering physical, mental, and psychiatric disabilities, independent living, vocational rehabilitation, special education, assistive technology, law, employment, and other issues as they relate to people with disabilities.