PubMed, from the US National Library of Medicine, is the core biomedical research resource and contains well over 27 million citations and abstracts to medical, nursing, dental, veterinary, health care, and preclinical sciences journal articles. Many articles are Open Access, and thus available to all, and the ATSU community can get access to many more via ATSM Library subscriptions.
PubMed includes links to the full text from other sources, when available, such as the publisher’s website, the PubMed Central (PMC) archive, and subscriptions by your organization or local medical library, if they participate.
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Learning the basics of PubMed is essential as it is a resource you can use. Still OneSearch is only available for current students and faculty so PubMed will most likely become your number #1 database to use to search for articles as you continue on in your career.
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