Introduction to Reference Sources in the Health Sciences
Jo Anne Boorkman, Jeffrey T. Huber, Fred Wilburn Roper
Neal-Schuman Publishers, Jan 1, 2004 - Medical - 389 pages
Includes bibliographic sources for monographs, periodicals, indexing and abstracting services, electronic bibliographic databases, U.S. government documents and technical reports, and conferences, reviews, and translations. Also includes information sources on terminology, handbooks and manuals, drug information sources, audiovisual, microcomputer, and multimedia reference sources, medical and health statistics, directories and biographical sources, history sources, and grant sources.
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abbreviations agencies alphabetical American Hospital Association American Medical Annual areas Bethesda bibliographic Biological biomedical Canadian Cancer CAS registry Catalog Center chapter chemical Chemical Abstracts Service CINAHL citations clinical Cochrane Library coverage database Directory disease drug information drug interactions edition electronic Encyclopedia entries evidence-based medicine federal format Foundation full-text funding Gale Group Guide Handbook health sciences libraries Health Statistics History of Medicine hospital ical includes Index Medicus institutions International Internet journals librarians Library of Medicine lists literature materials Medical Dictionary Medical Library Association medical school MEDLINE MEDLINEplus monographs Nursing organizations patient pharmaceutical pharmacists physicians population programs provides publications published PubMed reference collection reference sources reports Scientific searchable selected Serials specialty tion titles topics Translations U.S. Census Bureau U.S. Department U.S. Government United updated USAN users volume World Health Organization York