When searching for information in books, consider:
scholarly or popular
books usually have a longer publication cycle, so the information can assumed to be current to roughly 6-12 months before the date when the book was published
books that are located through databases and the library catalog will likely be tagged with keywords and subject headings that refer to the content of the book as a whole; therefore, it is important to think broadly in terms of what kind search terms you use
NYU Library Catalog (BobCat)
Search for books, journals, videos, etc. in our local libraries and special collections.
Oxford Scholarship Online (OSO) offers full-text access to scholarly (peer-reviewed) monographs published by Oxford University Press in a range of academic disciplines. Users can discover content that is Open Access and print out PDFs of single chapters for individual use.
AccessMedicine provides textbooks, examination and procedural videos, drug monographs, self-assessment rubrics, images, cases, patient education materials, and more. (Includes Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine.)
Thieme's MedOne-Education is a collection of textbooks and atlases of anatomy, including 100 E-textbooks for MD, PT, PA, and programs in health sciences, 42,000 images for download and re-use in teaching materials and course packs, videos of physical therapy manipulation techniques.
MedOne currently covers eight subject areas: Communication Science (Audiology), Education, Neurosurgery, Spinal Care, Radiology, Plastic Surgery, Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology.
Stat!Ref has full-text electronic information in latest editions of medical, chemical and pharmacological texts, dictionaries and indexes. Subjects range from emergency-critical care, nursing, oncology, pediatrics, point of care, primary care, psychiatry, pharmacology and cardiology. Included is a "Point of Care" tool: *Essential Evidence Plus, *developed for physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals on the front line of patient care, is a powerful, comprehensive clinical decision support system that integrates information on 9,000 diagnoses into healthcare professionals' clinical workflows.
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