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McGraw-Hill's AccessMedicine seeks to provide students, residents, clinicians, and researchers with instant answers to clinical questions from trusted sources, including Harrison’s Online. The Lange Educational Library includes approximately 40 textbooks in basic science and clinical medicine.
Books 24 x 7 is a database of full-text, electronic books in computing and information technology. NOTE: Free registration is required using your Yale or YNHH email address.
Books@OVID consists of about 250 textbooks published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins and a small number from other publishers.
The Current Protocols series contains over 10,000 protocols covering the life sciences. They provide step-by-step laboratory techniques useful to molecular biology and protein science investigations.
Ebrary is an online digital library of over 70,000 scholarly e-books.
Approximately 40 clinical books available from informaworld.
MD Consult integrates a comprehensive set of full-text peer-reviewed resources from over 50 publishers, medical societies, and government agencies, including approximately 50 textbooks, around 50 biomedical journals, many Clinics of North America, Yearbooks of Medicine, as well as patient education handouts.
Fulltext for all of the books in the series Methods in Enzymology, from vol. 1 (1955) to the present.
A new series of protocols which started in 2006.
Full text handbooks and reference sources in neuroscience from CRC Press.
PEP is a digital archive of many of the major works of psychoanalysis. It includes the complete works of Sigmund Freud, an archive of works from twenty psychoanalytic journals (1920-2003), and complete versions of other, classic psychoanalytic texts.
Collection of more than 1400 ebooks on psychology and psychiatry from 1806 to the present from the American Psychological Association.
The R2 Library consists of a small number of medical textbooks hosted on a platform provided by Rittenhouse, the medical book vendor.
Consists of approximately 25 book series, including Methods in Microbiology and Progress in Brain Research.
Springer Protocols is made up of Methods in Molecular Biology™ and Methods in Molecular Medicine™ online. Subjects covered include: Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Genetics, Informatics, Microbiology, Molecular and Cell Biology, Neuroscience, Oncology, PCR and Proteomics.
Provides online access for various books and book series purchased in print by the library.
Stat!Ref provides access to a select group of clinical textbooks and manuals covering several medical disciplines including nursing. Stedman's Medical Dictionary is searchable from a icon on the Stat!Ref toolbar.
Consists of approximately 40 ebooks in the Flexibook Atlases and Textbooks Series of popular review textbooks, published in both the basic and the medical sciences.
Includes Wiley encyclopedias and collections in the life sciences and health sciences. including molecular biology and pharmacology.