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In addition to the resources located in the Point-of-Care category, the titles below can be essential when attempting to answer a complex clinical question. RefWorks is a bilbiographic management software program that facilitates the management of your search results.
PubMed Plus Mobile version
is available. PubMed is the public access version to Medline, the premier database for biomedical literature (from PubMed Central). PubMed is the public access version to Medline, the premier database for biomedical literature. PubMedPlus is an enhanced version with links to full-text journals that the Penn Library subscribes to. The MEDLINE database is widely recognized as the premier source for bibliographic coverage of biomedical literature.
Structured search can obtain more relevant search results than keyword search. Contact us to learn how to build structured search.
Indexes most peer reviewed journals in science, technology, and medicine, and many in the social sciences, arts, and humanities. Indexes most peer reviewed journals in science, technology, and medicine, and many in the social sciences, arts, and humanities. Scopus also includes a number of trade publications and conference papers, and can perform author and affiliation searching.
RefWorks allows users to create personal citation databases by importing references from online databases. o RefWorks allows users to create personal citation databases by importing references from online databases. RefWorks features also facilitate manuscript preparation, allowing for automatic formatting of the paper and the bibliography. RefWorks is similar in function to bibliographic management software products such as EndNote, Reference Manager, and ProCite, and citations from these programs can be easily imported into RefWorks. RefWorks differs in that personal databases are stored on the RefWorks server and can be accessed through the Penn Library institutional account from wherever the user happens to be