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MOST POPULAR RESOURCES

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If you can't find what you're looking for in the more popular resources, you may need to look at grey literature, that which is produced on all levels of government, academics, business and industry in print and electronic formats, but which is not controlled by commercial publishers.

ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE

BIBLIOMETRICS

Bibliometrics is a set of methods to quantitatively analyze academic literature.  The resources below are free resources.  Others include: 

  • Journal Citation Reports (which evaluates and compares journals based on impact factor, immediacy index, and cited half-life)
  • Scopus (which is a comprehensive citation database that allows users to track citations by a particular author, measure journal performance, and see citation trends in a particular field), and
  • Web of Science (a comprehensive and multidisciplinary citation database that allows users to follow the path of influence by mapping cited references).

If you have privileges at Stony Brook, you can access Journal Citation Reports and Web of Science from its library's website.

CASE REPORTS

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

You can search PubMed/MEDLINE for conference proceedings, papers, posters, and abstracts for national and international conferences by using the following Medical Subject Headings [MeSH] and Subheadings [sh]:

The National Library of Medicine provides a subject guide to help you with additional ways to discover these publications.

See the Grey Literature page of our Research guide for additional ways to find these publications.

ETHICS

EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE

GENETICS/GENOMICS

(OTHER) GOVERNMENT RESOURCES

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Links to all National Library of Medicine Databases, Resources and APIs

HARD-TO-FIND (GREY) LITERATURE

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

MEETING ABSTRACTS

NEWSPAPERS

NURSING

PATIENT EDUCATION

PHARMACOLOGY/CHEMICALS/TOXICOLOGY

POINT-OF-CARE TOOLS

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS

RESIDENCY