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Assistive technology products for people with disabilities.

 
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Search engine designed to access EBM publications. Ranks sources based on the 6S model of evidence and links to library resources as available. From McMaster University.

 
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The Alabama Dept. of Archives and History Digital Collections contain various publications from many agencies, boards & commissions within Alabama state government. From the Alabama Department of Archives & History.

 
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Information on healthcare research & quality including data & surveys, clinical information, funding opportunities, research findings, & more.

 
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Citations to agricultural literature. From the National Agricultural Library (NAL) catalog.

 
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An international multilingual database covering all aspects of agriculture from the Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO). Coverage: 1975-present.

 
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Repository of digital materials on Alabama's history, culture, places, & people.

 
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Bibliography on Alternatives to Animal Testing. Produced from MEDLINE searches on alternatives to the use of live vertebrates in biomedical research & testing.

 
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Interactive cases simulate diagnosing a patient, taking history & physical, ordering & interpreting tests, making final diagnosis, & following course of disease. From American Society of Hematology.

 
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Interdisciplinary & multi-format collection on ethical issues related to health care, biomedical research, biotechnology, & the environment.

 
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Publisher of peer-reviewed, open access journals.

 
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Digitized collection of material relating to the Birmingham Medical College. Items range in date from 1894-1915 & include photographs, correspondence, diplomas, & printed material such as programs, invitations, & matriculation cards.

 
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Electronic & print publications from the legislative, executive, & judicial branches of the federal government.

 
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Health information & statistics.

 
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Contains over 125,000 citations of international rehabilitation research published between 1990 and the present.

 
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Antibody search engine.

 
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American Civil War material held by the UAB Archives, the Reynolds Historical Library, or the Alabama Museum of the Health Sciences.

 
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Registry of federally & privately supported clinical trials.

 
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The Fund supports independent research on health care issues and makes grants to improve health care practice and policy.

 
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Includes UAB's copyright policy, FAQs, and Ask a Copyright Question form.

 
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Contains video materials that are available for learning and teaching on campus. The collection includes locally licensed streamed videos, online course lectures from UAB departments, and other general webinars of interest to the campus community.

 
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2D & 3D anatomical, annotated images.

 
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Digitized collection of photographs documenting Alabama native Dr. Lawrence Reynolds time in France 1917-1919 & his work during World War I.

 
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Gateway to information on over 15,000 drugs from National Library of Medicine & other government agencies.

 
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UAB electronic theses & dissertations (ETD). Search the Lister Hill Library catalog and the Sterne Library catalog for print theses & dissertations. Electronic theses dissertations (including embargoed titles) are also accessible through the catalog.

 
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Databases related to toxicology & environmental health. Includes TOXNET.

 
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Drug & clinical reference for more than 3,300 drugs (brand & generic).

 
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Eye & vision resources on the Web. Compiled by Association of Vision Science Librarians (AVSL).

 
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Open access repository for posters and slide presentations across biology and medicine.

 
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Gateway to statistics from over 100 federal agencies.

 
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Digitized correspondence of Florence Nightingale ranging in date from 1853-1893. Most of the letters discuss either war relief charities for the Franco-Prussian War or sanitation work in India.

 
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Fellowship & Residency Interactive Database. Information on graduate medical education programs.

 
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Guide to understanding human genetic disorders & related genes & chromosomes.

 
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Catalog of the world's health & demographic data from Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington.

 
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Provides access to citations of scholarly literature.

 
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Variety of databases including PubMed, PubMed Central, journals, books, & other life sciences databases.

 
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Find & apply for federal government grants.

 
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Publication from the New York Academy of Medicine Library. Alerts readers to new grey literature publications in health services research & selected public health topics.

 
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From National Cancer Institute. Behavioral & social science measures. Currently in Beta.

 
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Systematic reviews evaluating the effectiveness of public health interventions.

 
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Lists local health services & resources around the state. Free consumer health information service of the Alabama public & medical libraries.

 
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Journals in science, technology, & medicine. Also searches MEDLINE. From Stanford University Libraries.

 
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Information on health effects, safety, & handling of household products from Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).

 
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Human Resources for Health Global Resource Center. Resources focused on human resources for health in developing countries.

 
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Health services research resources providing numerous Internet links to data, funding announcements, reports, podcasts, discussion groups, & more.

 
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International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th revision.

 
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Provides access to the digitized version of the printed Index-Catalogue of the Library of the Surgeon General's Office.

 
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LHL instruction videos

 
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Lists suppliers for antibodies, cytokines, enzymes, recombinant proteins, lectins, neuropeptides, & immunoassays.

 
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Library Information Science & Technology Abstracts.

 
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Beginning with the 1988 conference Marcel Proust at UAB, the Mervyn H. Sterne Library began aggressively collecting works by and about Marcel Proust and currently has the third best collection of Proust material in the United States. 

 
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The Reynolds-Finley Historical Library holds seven medieval and Renaissance manuscripts dating from the mid-14th through the 16th centuries. These works are mostly medical and scientific tracts, including ones by leading thinkers of the period such as Arnold of Villanova, Petrus Peregrinus, and al-Razi (Rhazes). 

 
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Free Access. See also the online exhibit.

 
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Links to Web resources with authoritative health information. Includes information about drugs, illustrated medical encyclopedia, interactive patient tutorials, & the latest health news.

 
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Webcasts of surgical procedures performed at medical centers in the U.S.

 
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Concise reference books of clinical information.

 
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Nursing & Allied Health Resources Section of MLA. List of free nursing resources.

 
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Books & reports published by National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Medicine, & others on topics of science, engineering, & health.

 
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Publications for the patient, the public, & health professionals from the National Cancer Institute (NCI).

 
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Resource for molecular biology information, software for analyzing genome data, & molecular bases of health.

 
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Scientific research & information on complementary & alternative medicine.

 
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Principal health statistics agency in U.S.

 
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Evidence-based clinical practice guidelines.

 
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Resource for evidence-based quality measures & measure sets.  From the Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality.

 
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A dynamic inventory of Web-based neuroscience resources: data, materials, & tools.

 
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Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tool Expenditures & Results. Database of federally-funded biomedical research projects, patents, & publications.

 
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Search several National Library of Medicine databases & resources simultaneously.

 
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Catalog of human genes & genetic disorders.

 
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Occupational Therapy Systematic Evaluation of Evidence. Abstracts of systematic reviews & randomized controlled trials.

 
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NCI's Comprehensive Cancer Database of peer-reviewed summaries & clinical trials.

 
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Includes over 18,000 randomized trials, systematic reviews, & clinical practice guidelines in physiotherapy. All trials are independently assessed & rated for quality.

 
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Pathology Education Instructional Resource. Over 40,000 multidisciplinary images for use in medical education. Developed under the supervision of Dr. Peter Anderson for use by UAB faculty & students.

 
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Digitized collection of material chronicling Alabama's valiant campaign against the nutritional deficiency disease, pellagra.

 
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Population Information Online. Citations & abstracts to articles, reports, & books in the fields of population, family planning, & related health issues. From Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

 
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Index to the world's literature on population from 1986-2000.

 
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PDF search engine for the life sciences.

 
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Off-campus access requires Blazer ID & password to access full text.

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Allows users to limit the 20 million+ citations in PubMed to those that are dietary supplement-related.

 
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Provides integrated access to clinical effectiveness reviews.

 
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Relationship-driven search for biomedical literature.

 
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Literature database on disability & rehabilitation.

 
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Scientific electronic library online. Available in Spanish, English and Portuguese.

 
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Series of courses developed for researchers, clinicians, health care professionals, educators, and students. Provides a basic scientific understanding of the major physiological differences between the sexes, the influences these differences have on illness and health outcomes, and the implications for policy, medical research, and health care.

 
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Gateway to government science information & research results

 
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Databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, & environmental health.

 
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Clinical search tool for finding evidence-based practice information.

 
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Various collections of UAB publications, letters, images, theses and dissertations, video and audio recordings, and historical materials.

 
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Free Access. Art History Collection requires Blazer ID & password.

 
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Miscellaneous items from the three components of the Historical Collections unit of UAB Lister Hill Library of the Health Sciences: Alabama Museum of the Health Sciences, Reynolds-Finley Historical Library, & the UAB Archives.

 
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Helps UAB�s research community navigate the complexities of extramurally funded sponsored programs.

 
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Selected portraits found in UAB buildings.

 
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This collection of material was donated to UAB by Dr. William C. Carter, a Distinguished Professor at UAB. The Carter Collection is housed in the UAB Archives.

 
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Women’s Health Resources is a centralized location for the latest information about significant topics in women’s health from scientific journals, peer-reviewed sources, NIH Institutes and Centers, and health news sources.  Brought to you by the National Library of Medicine and the Office of Research on Women’s Health as part of the National Institutes of Health.

 
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