Using interactive 3D visual models, students can examine all the major structures of the human body virtually.
With 125 sessions covering all systems (skeletal, muscular, nervous, circulatory, digestive, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive) and all regions (upper limb, thorax, abdomen, head and neck, lower limb, and pelvis), Human Anatomy is a unique visual spatial learning product.
What is a library database?
Library databases are the BEST way to find quality, scholarly articles from journals.
A library database is an online resource that the library subscribes to that indexes articles from print sources such as magazines and journals. Each separate database includes different articles from a different set of journals, although there may be some overlap of articles included in some databases. In order to do a comprehensive search on a topic, you will most likely need to perform searches in several databases.
Even though a database is online, it is not considered an internet source
Some of the database articles are available in Full Text, while others only include an abstract (summary). When you search for a topic in a database, the resulting list of article citations will show if each article is available full-text in either HTML or PDF format.
Emergency Medicine Scholarly Journals Available through Our Databases
Scholarly journals are research-based and often peer-reviewed publicatons that feature detailed articles focusing on topics within an academic field.
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PLOS Medicine publishes articles of general interest on biomedical, environmental, social and political determinants of health. The journal emphasizes work that advances clinical practice, health policy or pathophysiological understanding to benefit health in a variety of settings.