The HSL has begun a trial of Henry Stewart Talks – Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection. This excellent resource is a database of animated audio-visual presentations on biomedical research subjects such as biochemistry, cancer, genetics, immunology, neurobiology, and more.
The trial lasts until December 2014, so there’s plenty of time . . . → Read More: New on Trial: Henry Stewart Talks (Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection)
Cochrane Clinical Answers (CCAs) provides a readable, digestible, clinically focused entry point to rigorous research from Cochrane systematic reviews. Designed to be actionable and to inform decision making at the point of care, each Cochrane Clinical Answer contains a clinical question, a short answer, and an opportunity to ‘drill down’ to the evidence from relevant . . . → Read More: New on Trial: Cochrane Clinical Answers
Embase is a key resource for biomedical information from published, peer-reviewed literature, in-press publications and conference abstracts.
Widely recognized as an authoritative source for generating systematic reviews, Embase’s comprehensive indexing of trial and study types, reviews and meta analyses, ensures maximum searchability. Full text indexing with Emtree, the detailed life science thesaurus, provides an advantage over PubMed, ensuring you . . . → Read More: Embase on Trial
The library has just started a trial of a brand new clinical decision support tool: ClinicalAccess. Created by McGraw-Hill (the same publishers who created AccessMedicine), ClinicalAccess contains more than 120,000 answers to questions at the point of care.
Give ClinicalAccess a try today! The trial ends on April 21, 2014.
Click here . . . → Read More: Trial Database: ClinicalAccess (Clinical Decision Support Tool)
Are you a data-driven researcher? Do you have a passion for statistics?
Then Statista, a web-based statistics database, is for you. The HSL has trial access to this highly-reviewed product until December 14.
According to the website, “Statista Inc. is the leading statistics company on the internet. With a team of over 60 statisticians, . . . → Read More: Are You a Data-Driven Researcher? Click Here to Try Statista