Medical Journals & Databases

Free online journal databases search, locate, and access the latest research about different diseases, as well as access peer reviewed information from the past. (Many listed resources from: http://nursepractitionerdegree.org/25-free-online-medical-databases-to-learn-about-any-disease.html)

 

All students now have access to the ScienceDirect.com database through NCM's article choice subscription. Students can search and request articles from this academic database of millions of scholarly articles, journals and book titles dating back to 1823. Contact cassaundraj@midwiferycollege.edu with the name of the articles you wish to have sent to you.

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/Researchers and students looking for expensive or hard to find research articles may find them here-FREE!

 

Pubfacts Scientific Publication Data:

One of the favorites and Free to use. This link is to the Obstetrics and Gynecology area. It has listings and free access to thousands of updated journal articles, not only in OBGYN, but in all medical and scientific areas. This is a great first step (and indeed you may need to search no further) in finding research materials and resources

WHO : World Health Organization publishes free access to statistics, analysis and research for international medical issues.

Medscape: online magazine and resource for the latest medical information and articles with Free Membership

 

Online Free Medical Journals: Find out about different diseases and read up on the latest information. You can also look up information by drugs or by disease. An interesting resource that anyone can use.

 

PubMed Health: You can search full text articles on any number of diseases. Not all the articles are available for free, though. You can filter your search results so that you only get free journal articles, though. Using the database is, of course, free of charge.

 

Ebsco Dynamed Plus: Database focusing on evidence-based peer reviewed resources and articles. This may be one of the best resouces out there, but it is not free. There is a free trial, but the annual student membership is $100, and for Licensed Medical Practitioners is $200. This is highly recommended for students participating in advanced research and study in the MSM and PhD programs. Preceptors may also find this useful as it allow earning CME's for searches:  http://www.dynamed.com/home/benefits/earn-cmes

http://community.cochrane.org/cochrane-reviews Cochrane Reviews are systematic reviews of primary research in human health care and health policy, and are internationally recognised as the highest standard in evidence-based health care. Abstracts can be read for free and many of the reviews and full articles are also free.

 

Medical-Journals.com: Find links to medical journals and learn about different diseases. You will also find access to subscriber journals. But this free data base can also help you find free journal articles from around the world.

Free Medical Journals: Offers access to full text articles and abstracts from free sources around the world. An interesting look at diseases past and present, and access to medical knowledge from various places around the globe.

HighWire: Stanford University offers access to free online journals. This includes medical and health journals. Get insights into different diseases, and read about the latest advancements in treatments. Includes medical theories and disease information.

 

Free Online Journals: Learn more about different diseases when you search this database of free online journals. Get access to peer reviewed information about thousands of conditions, and search for answers.

Scientific Medical Journals:ISPUB is an open-access collection of peer-reviewed medical and scientific journals, covering a wide range of topics, disciplines, and specialties, and boasting authorship from all around the world. A free database that can help you find the information you are looking for.

 

Obstetrics & Gynecology Journal Search this medical journal online for articles on OBGYN issues.

 

Elsevier Science Direct is an online archive of medical Journals and books. As a guest user, you have access to all abstracts, but there is a charge for the entire article. Many of these resources can be found for free elsewhere in the other resources listed here, but this is a good search engine to find the resources you need.

 

Healio (formerly Medical Matrix): Provides education and information to physicians, nurses and other health care providers via 42 journals and newspapers, more than 200 medical and allied health books, websites and dozens of custom projects. CME's also available.

Wiley Online Library is an Online Library with medical and scientific resources, including the Cochrane Reviews. You can search free resources from around the web with the help of this online medical database. Many articles are free, though some must be ordered through a local library. A free login is available

Disease Database: This database from The Doctors Lounge is aimed at providing disease summaries. It’s a helpful resource for health care professionals looking to brush up, or students looking to pass exams.

 

GIDEON: This database of infectious diseases is updated regularly, and aimed at helping medical professionals in their jobs. It is a paid database if you want the service, but you can sign up for a free trial, and search the database for free for a limited time.

 

Symptoms and Diseases Database: Symptoms and Diseases Database (SADDB) is a web based application created to help doctors and clinic users to store patients data, disease and symptoms. This is a patients record project aimed at medical professionals. It is possible to share symptoms and diseases, and search the database for information that can help in diagnosis. An interesting resource aimed at helping doctors connect with each other.

 

Medical Mnemonics: A free, non-profit, online searchable database of medical mnemonics to help remember the important details.

 

Medical Resource Reviews Database: This database is aimed at helping health care professionals and others find information about different medical resources. Can lead you to helpful information on different diseases.

 

NORD Physician Guide for Rare Diseases rare disease educational website developed by The National Organization for Rare Disorders. By raising awareness of rare diseases among physicians, clinicians and other medical professionals, NORD strives to help patients obtain earlier diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

 

TDR Targets: This database from the World Health Organization offers information on neglected tropical diseases, as well as the compounds that could help. This site is aimed at medical researchers looking to develop ways to alleviate diseases that may not be addressed as well as they should be. 'TDR' for Tropical Disease Research, a special programme within the World Health Organization.

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