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Comprehensive collection of resources including books and textbooks, multimedia content including videos and interactive modules, and cases and study tools. In addition to physiotherapy, resources cover a broad range of related areas including anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, clinical sports medicine, exercise physiology, imaging and neuroanatomy.
A wide range of resources, including articles, definitions, images and animations which explain core scientific concepts. Disciplines covered include agriculture, biology, botany, information technology, environmental science, food science, health sciences, mathematics, physics, psychology and neuroanatomy.
The complete collection of e-books published by Harvard Business Review Press, including newly published e-books, seminal works and article compilations with foundational articles included in the HBR Classics series.
Combines all of ProQuest's multidisciplinary products on the one platform. Includes ProQuest Central, ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global, Academic Complete, and Academic Video Online.
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