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Medicine: Key resources
This is a guide to Library resources and services for Medical students
This page has links to the key resources which all Medical students should know and be using to support their studies or their research. More in-depth resources can be found below each of the tabs above. Below is the Library's Quick Search tool to get you started.
Cochrane Database - evidence-based systematic reviews of clinical research
Trip is a clinical search engine designed to allow users to quickly and easily find and use high-quality research evidence to support their practice and/or care. Trip Pro includes over 100,000 extra systematic reviews, millions of full-text articles, over 175,000 ongoing clinical trials, access to a large database of medical images, access to tens of thousands of clinical videos
For off-campus access Login with your University of Dundee username and password
NHS Scotland Knowledge Network - resources and ejournals for NHS staff
Free registration for students working or training in health or social care in Scotland.
The Knowledge Network platform is the national knowledge management platform for health and social care delivered by the Knowledge Services Group. It provides information and learning resources from more than 100 quality assured health and social care providers and includes collections of articles, books and journals, guidelines, policy documents, resources for patients and service users, evaluated websites and e-learning courses.
Free registration for students working or training in health or social care in Scotland
A collection of high quality journals covering the general medical specialties. For off-campus access select Login via your home organization/UK Access Management Federation/University of Dundee and enter your University username and password.
Only available for students working or training in health or social care in Scotland (registration required), BMJ Best Practice is a point of care tool from BMJ Evidence Centre designed to support clinical decision making from diagnosis to treatment. The latest research evidence, guidelines and expert opinion are combined in a single source and presented in a step-by-step approach, covering prevention, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis.
A large collection of peer-reviewed cases in all medical disciplines so that healthcare professionals, researchers and others can easily find clinically important information on common and rare conditions. This is the largest single collection of case reports online with more than 15,000 articles from over 70 countries.