Journals and Journal Indexes
Reviews of Biomedical Sciences-- keyword, author or title
searches through the archives and current issues of 17 annual reviews,
and retrieve the full text articles. By subscription as of 1999.
Articles from JAMA
& Archives Collections -- includes all the JAMA &
Archives Journals Topic Collection terms with articles indexed
across all issues of JAMA & Archives Journals from January
1998 forward. SAU students can access these articles through
Interlibrary Loan. Contact your librarian.
Brain Functions -- an open access journal, full-text and
Journal Title Search--after you've searched Medline, you can
look those abbreviated journal titles up here to find out what the
full journal titles are.
and Alternative Medicine
NCCAM Clinical Digest --"a
monthly e-newsletter that summarizes the state of the science on
complementary health practices and a health condition (diabetes, cancer,
sleep disorders, etc.)—clinical guidelines, literature searches,
research highlights, and information for patients."
DOI Lookup -- just
enter your article title or full info to find its Digital Object
Identifier number (like an ISBN for books)
Medical Journals Online -- sorted by specialty, alphabetically
and by how many years old, which is when many start to be free. Also
in different languages.
Health -- an open access journal, full-text and searchable.
World Search--indexes the full contents of major medical web
sites, and allows you to search through all of them with a search
engine that will automatically look for related terms. Some stuff
is free. Registration is from $45/yr to $65 for two years.
from PubMed--free Medline searching, with links to the full
text journals on PubMed.
offers Medline searching free with registration, as well as annotated
links and a database of full-text peer-reviewed articles.
Chronic Disease: Public Health, Research, Practice and Policy
-- a free journal from the CDC, it "will emphasize a
comprehensive view of the challenges in preventing chronic disease —
by promoting dialogue, encouraging interdisciplinary and
multisectorial approaches, and exploring new theories and concepts. It
will explore new theories and concepts of research and practice
in editorials and commentaries as well as in original articles"
of Iowa Libraries--check those journal titles SAU does not own against the
University of Iowa's catalog. Click on InfoHawk. Interlibrary Loan
available for SAU students.
Ambrose University Journal List -- check what we own for the
journal citations you may find.
*SAU faculty, staff, and students may contact a reference
librarian at SAU Library for information about accessing articles in
our medical journal databases.