Where do I start to look for medical information?

First year medics guide to finding information for their studies. University of Leicester Library, UK. cc Sarah Whittaker

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1. Detail

1.1. Journal Articles Leicester E-link

1.1.1. Medline (PubMed)

1.1.2. Socialcare Online

1.1.3. A-Z Databases and Electronic Resources

1.2. Academic Book

1.2.1. Library Catalogue & ebooks

1.3. Clinical Guidelines

1.3.1. NHS Evidence

1.3.2. Clinical Knowledge Summaries

1.3.3. Trip Database

1.3.4. World Health Organisation

1.4. UK Government Guidelines

1.5. Statistics

1.5.1. UK Government

1.5.2. Department of Health

1.5.3. OECD Health Data

1.5.4. World Health Organisation

2. Overview

2.1. Reference

2.1.1. Medical Dictionary

2.1.1.1. Oxford Reference Online

2.1.1.2. Library Catalogue

2.1.2. Medical Encyclopedia

2.1.2.1. Library Catalogue

2.1.2.2. Wikipedia you MUST corroborate.

2.1.3. Pharmacopea & Drug Information

2.1.3.1. British National Formulary

2.1.3.2. UK Medicines Information

2.1.3.3. National Electronic Library for Medicine

2.2. Core Texts

2.2.1. Library Catalogue & ebooks

2.2.2. PathCAL

2.2.3. Net Anatomy

2.2.4. Primal Pictures

2.2.5. eMedicine

2.2.6. Images from the National Library of Medicine

2.2.7. Henry Stewart Talks

2.2.8. Film & Sound Online (St George's Med school collection)

2.3. Internet Search Evaluation tips

2.3.1. Clinical Knowledge Summaries

2.3.2. NHS Evidence Specialist Collections

2.3.3. Trip Database

2.3.4. Google Search

2.3.5. YouTube

2.3.6. SUMSearch 2

2.4. News

2.5. Patient Information

2.5.1. Patient.co.uk

2.5.2. NHS Direct

2.5.3. MedlinePlus