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Full-text collection includes clinical and basic science information, guidelines, patient education, etc.
Evidence-based, point-of-care drug and disease information.
Integrated clinical information tool searches extensive full-text holdings for clinical answers in journal articles, books, and videos. Searchable by keyword as well as disease, finding, procedure or drug. Published by Elsevier. 2007 - Present.
Comprehensive clinical drug information; includes Lexi-Drugs and Lexi-Interact.
Journal Watch: Physician's First Watch
PubMed @ Himmelfarb
PubMed @ Himmelfarb provides a simple method for sorting different types of articles and evidence and provides links to articles in Himmelfarb Library's full-text collection. PubMed @ Himmelfarb filters automatically group articles into categories based on their methodology and apply an English language limit.
The categories appear on the right sidebar after you execute a PubMed search:
- Practice Guidelines
- Systematic Reviews
- Randomized Controlled Trials
- Cohort & Case-Control
NOTE: In order to use PubMed @ Himmelfarb filters and see Find It @ Himmelfarb links, you must access PubMed via the custom link to PubMed available on this page and on the Himmelfarb homepage .
If you have questions about PubMed @ Himmelfarb, please contact Laura Abate (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Point-of-care information resource includes drug and disease information. Access: Courtesy of Himmelfarb Library
Comprehensive clinical drug information app includes Lexi-Drugs and Lexi-Interact. Access: Courtesy of Himmelfarb Library.
Select your favorite full-text journals from Himmelfarb Library's online collections then scan issues and read or save articles. Access: Courtesy of Himmelfarb Library
Access the latest issues of The Medical Letter and Treatment Guidelines; browse past issue via disease and drug indices. Access: Courtesy of Himmelfarb Library
App required to access GW Hospital's clinical information systems. Free: Free