New eResources

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An@tomedia is a comprehensive online anatomy resource enabling the exploration of anatomy by regions and systems as well as the deconstruction of the body with dissection and imaging techniques.
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Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy
Over 300 detailed video clips of human dissections in their natural colours presenting the head and neck, upper and lower extremity, trunk and internal organs. Explores moving structures from bone to surface anatomy. Each video is accompanied by narration, structure labelling and a PDF transcript. Create a free personal account to complete anatomy self-tests.
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Thieme Teaching Assistant 2.0
Presents over 4000 high quality illustrations and clinical images from Thieme's key anatomy texts. The Anatomy module guides you through body regions from skeleton to muscles, organs, vessels, nerves and surface anatomy. Features zoom, edit and export along with presentation and labelling functionality for the classroom.
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DynaMed summarises and synthesizes the evidence-based research for over 3200 topics, presenting summaries which are easy to find, read, and apply, for use at the Point of Care (PoC). It is designed to follow the patient consultation from presentation through differential diagnosis, treatment and follow up. It includes detailed drug information, medical calculations, and regular evidence alerts.
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This integrates leading physical therapy textbooks, procedure and exercise videos, image galleries, self-assessment tools, and a unique cadaver dissection tool Ė optimized for viewing on any device.
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Archives Unbound
Archives Unbound contains collections of historical documents that support the research and study needs of scholars and students.
Search or browse 19th Century English-Language Journals from the Far East, The War of 1812: Diplomacy on the High Seas, SAFEHAVEN Reports on Nazi Looting of Occupied Countries and Assets in Neutral Countries, The Jewish Question: Records from the Berlin Document Center.
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IOP eBooks
This brings together innovative digital publishing with leading physics research. Initially 35 titles will be available in the collection. Multimedia and advanced features are an integral part of the books. Content is semantically enriched to optimize discoverability and offer an enhanced reading experience.
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3D Real-time Dentistry - Access here
The anatomy covered in this database is similar to other regional anatomy resources, but the approach is somewhat different as structures such as nerves, veins, arteries, muscles, organs or fascia can be individually added to or removed from the model, which itself can be rotated in any direction, zoomed in or out, and moved across the screen using the mouse alone. This should improve visual understanding of spatial position and relationships, as individual structures can be viewed from any direction or angle.
3D glasses for true three-dimensional viewing are available for loan at the Dentistry Library.
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PhilPapers is a comprehensive index and bibliography of philosophy maintained by the community of philosophers. This subscription, paid for by the Library, provides for on-campus access until 18/9/2015.
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Essential Science Indicators via Web of Science
Use ESI to determine the influential individuals, institutions, papers, publications, and countries in your field of study. Discover emerging research areas that could impact on your work.
Included authors meet a cumulative citation count threshold for the ESI 10+ year period. The thresholds are based on the cut-off citation baseline percentiles (available in Thresholds for ESI). Author names (lastname and initials) are collected from the publication records in Web of Science.
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BMJ Case Reports
Access over 6000 peer-reviewed case reports across all medical sciences specialties.
An institutional subscription to BMJ Case Reports entitles the users to:
Reuse any of the published material for teaching and personal use without any further permission
Submit an unlimited number of cases (contact your Faculty Liaison Librarian)
Overview of BMJ Case Reports | How to write a fulltext case report | How to submit a full text case report
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User Guide [pdf]
Contains cross-searchable, key resources for the medical sciences. Includes journals, textbooks, reference books, practice guidelines, medical & surgical videos and images.
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