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Essential Databases for Finding Articles
Other Useful Databases
Biological Abstracts (1926-present)
Click 'All Databases' tab to search top biological sciences databases simultaneously: Bio Abs, Web of Science, Zoological Record, and CABI.
CAB Abstracts (1910-present)
Includes coverage of human health, food, and nutrition along with other disciplines such as agriculture.
The most inclusive index for the field of nursing. Includes coverage of other allied health areas such as occupational therapy, physical therapy, and more. Unlimited users.CINAHL Tutorial
A unique source of reliable and up-to-date information on the effects of interventions in health care. An important resource for evidence-based medicine.
Education Source (1929- )
Education Source combines Education Full Text and Education Index Retrospective. In addition, Education Source has added hundreds of unique resources that were not previously available elsewhere. Coverage dates back to 1929.
ERIC (1966 - ) (EBSCO)
The premiere database for journal articles and documents in all areas of education.
Provides consumer health information resources about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues. Maintained by the National Library of Medicine.
PsycINFO (1800s - present)
The premier database for journal articles, books and dissertations in all areas of psychology.
R2 Digital Library
R2 Digital Library has ebooks, videos and downloadable images primarily for nursing, medicine, and allied health.
A multidisciplinary database covering peer-reviewed literature in science, engineering, medicine, and social sciences (including some arts & humanities). Coverage is strongest for 1996 to present. Complements Web of Science.
An evidence-based medicine (EBM) tool that assists healthcare providers with point-of-care decisions.
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