A trial of the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database is being conducted until January 1. The evidence-based database contains monographs on natural medicines. as well as a natural product/drug interactions checker, nutrient depletion checker, natural product effectiveness checker, and product rankings.
Please send all comments on the database to Cindy Schmidt at email@example.com.
PsychiatryOnline is a comprehensive resource containing multiple sources of information on mental health, including books and journals.
Its flagship resource is the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), which is easily searched or browsed. Accompanying DSM texts, the Handbook of Differential Diagnosis and Clinical Cases, are also available.
In addition to the DSM library are textbooks such as The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Psychiatry and Textbook of Psychopharmacology, Clinical Manual of Geriatric Psychiatry, Dulcan’s Textbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Integrated Care: Working at the Interface of Primary Care and Behavioral Health, and Textbook of Traumatic Brain Injury. Important journals, such as the American Journal of Psychiatry and Psychiatric Services are also available.
One does not need to know which resource to start with when using PsychiatryOnline. An quick search allows you to find the right information, whether in the DSM, a book, or journal.
PsychiatryOnline is linked in the Clinical Resources on the library’s homepage and is available to all UNMC faculty, staff, and students.
Due to a connectivity problem between Google Scholar and the library’s product used for journal access, links to the library’s full-text collection will be unavailable within Google Scholar until Thursday, November 27. Though the connectivity issue has been fixed, scheduled Google updates will not occur until that time.
Researching a topic in the social sciences and PubMed isn’t quite retrieving relevant results? The library subscribes to two databases that delve in to the social sciences literature, Social Services Abstracts and Sociological Abstracts. Next time you are researching a topic with social implications, turn to these two databases.
Social Services Abstracts
- Community and mental health services
- Crisis intervention
- The family and social welfare
- Poverty and homelessness
- Professional issues in social work
- Social and health policy
- Social services in addiction
- Social work education
- Social work practice
- Support groups/networks
- Violence, abuse, neglect
- Welfare services
- Culture and social structure
- Demography and human biology
- Economic development
- Environmental interactions
- Evaluation research
- Family and social welfare
- Health and medicine and law
- History and theory of sociology
- Management and complex organizations
- Mass phenomena and political interactions
- Methodology and research technology
- Policy, planning, forecast, and speculation
- Radical sociology
- Religion and science
- Rural and urban sociology
- Social development
- Social differentiation
- Social psychology and group interaction
- Sociology of the arts, business, education
- Studies in violence and power
- Substance abuse and addiction
- Welfare services
- Women’s studies
Writing Support by Grammarly@EDU grammar check tool is now available to all UNMC students, staff, and faculty. Grammarly@EDU is an automated grammar tutor and writing revision tool for academic writing. Use your UNMC email to register at Grammarly.com/EDU.
A web-based application, Grammarly@EDU works one-on-one with a you to develop sentence-level writing skills, prevent plagiarism, and reinforce proper revision habits. Upload drafts of your papers to Grammarly@EDU to receive immediate instructional feedback on over 100 points of grammar and double-check if all sources are properly cited!
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Engaging user-interface transforms the revision of text into a learning session that is both structured and connected to students’ immediate writing challenges.
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