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Clinical and Health Sciences: Finding Resources
This is a curated list of resources relevant to Clinical and Health Sciences. To view all databases, please go to the Library's A-Z Databases page.
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.
Collection of databases providing full-text access to evidence based practice material. It provides evidence for clinical, technological & economic decisions made by health professionals & organisations.
Free to all Australian residents.
This database aggregates open content from ProQuest with content made freely available by members of the International Association of STM Publishers, including the Public Library of Science, BioMed Central, MDPI AG, Springer Nature Publisher Group, Taylor & Francis and The BMJ. Preprint servers include arXiv.org and BioRxiv.
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Predominantly Australian content, including research articles, reports and case studies relevant to the therapeutic, diagnostic and preventative health fields, including aged care, mental heath, rehabilitation, child health, nursing and midwifery.
Key index of the health and medical literature, produced by the US National Library of Medicine. Coverage includes research, clinical practice, administration, policy issues and health care services.
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