AMED (Allied and Complementary Medicine Database) is a unique bibliographic database produced by the Health Care Information Service of the British Library. It covers a selection of journals in complementary medicine, palliative care and several professions allied to medicine including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, podiatry and rehabilitation.
Provides information on East-Central Europe and the former Soviet Union. Some of the many subjects covered include: anthropology, culture & the arts, economics, education, and geography. Sources indexed include journals, books, dissertations, online resources and selected government publications published in the U.S. and Canada. Coverage for ABSEES ranges from 1989-present.
The bibliographic contents of over 300 leading art periodicals. This database gives references to articles, reviews, exhibition listings and many other types of material. Reproductions of works of art that appear in the periodicals are also fully detailed. Coverage is from 1984 as an index, with added abstracts from 1994 to the present.
CINAHL provides authoritative coverage of the literature related to midwifery, nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, podiatry, health education and other related subject areas. CINAHL content includes full text for more than 760 journals and it indexes more than 4,900 journals.
EconLit, the American Economic Association's electronic database. It provides citations and abstracts to economic research dating back to 1886. Includes journal articles, books, book chapters and working papers. All journals covered are peer-reviewed.
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Provided by the American Mathematical Society (AMS). Contains references and, in most cases, summaries for journal articles, books and conference papers in the mathematical sciences, from 1940 to current. Over 100,000 new items are added each year and most are classified according to the Mathematics Subject Classification.
MEDLINE is the world's best-known medicine and clinical science database, covering literature from around the world since 1946. It has a comprehensive set of controlled vocabulary called Medical Subject Headings (MeSH terms). MEDLINE is also available free on the web as PubMed.
The database contains more than 21.6 million records from 5,582 selected publications covering biomedicine and health from 1950 to the present. Produced by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, the MEDLINE database is widely recognized as the premier source for bibliographic and abstract coverage of biomedical literature. MEDLINE provides information from the fields of medicine, nursing, dentistry, as well as coverage in the areas of allied health, biological and physical sciences, humanities and information science as they relate to medicine and health care, communication disorders, population biology, and reproductive biology.
Full-text, peer-reviewed scholarly and scientific articles in psychology from 1894 to present. All articles are available to download in either PDF or HTML format.
Provided by the American Psychological Association’s (APA). It contains full-text articles from nearly 80 journals published by the American Psychological Association (APA), its imprint the Educational Publishing Foundation (EPF), and from allied organizations including the Canadian Psychological Association and the Hogrefe Publishing Group. Covers basic/experimental psychology, clinical psychology, developmental psychology, education and school psychology, health psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, social psychology and social processes. It includes all journal articles, book reviews, letters to the editor, and errata from each journal. Nearly all APA journals go back to Volume 1, Issue 1. All articles are included in the much larger PsycINFO.
The key database for psychology and related subjects. Contains references and abstracts for scholarly journal articles, books, book chapters and dissertations, some dating back to the 1600s. The full-text is available for some journal articles. Where there is no full-text link, click on the Full Text Finder link to check for full-text.
Provided by the American Psychological Association’s (APA). The largest database of peer-reviewed literature in behavioral science and mental health. Covers related subjects including medicine, law, neuroscience, business, human resource management, nursing, forensics, criminology, engineering, sociology and gerontology. Includes about 2500 journals, in many languages, from 1800s to present (including all articles from PsycARTICLES).
RISM aims to locate and document all surviving musical sources dating from the earliest times to about 1800.
Répertoire International des Sources Musicales (RISM) was established in 1949 by the International Musicological Society and International Association of Music Libraries. Its aim is to locate and document all surviving musical sources dating from the earliest times to about 1800. RISM's publications cover printed and manuscript music, works of music theory and libretti, and have become central research tools, to trace and identify source material. Thirty-two countries have contributed or are contributing information about their national music collections to RISM. The print series are on Level 4 at Z/ML 113 REP. Access RISM online from the Databases & Indexes page on the Music subject page. RISM (UK) is freely available at http://www.rism.org.uk/ for Music Manuscripts (1600 to 1800) in British and Irish Libraries.