A core resource for physiotherapy literature. Dates covered: 1982-present. Includes CINAHL Headings, a powerful controlled vocabulary system. Links to full-text via "Get @ Dal" button and internal full text.
"... a collection of six databases that contain different types of high-quality, independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making, and a seventh database that provides information about groups in The Cochrane Collaboration."
The Human Kinetics Library Core Collection combines Bloomsbury’s digital excellence with Human Kinetics’ market-leading sports and physical activity content, featuring an exclusive package of over 150 ebooks and 200 videos. This collection also includes "Human Kinetics Library Core Collection Update 2021".
Ovid MEDLINE covers the international literature on biomedicine, including the allied health fields and the biological and physical sciences, humanities, and information science as they relate to medicine and health care. Information is indexed from approximately 5,600 journals published world-wide. Records start in the early 1800's and go all the way to our daily updates. Ovid MEDLINE is produced by the National Library of Medicine.
Physiotherapy Evidence Database. Contains systematic reviews, clinical trials, and evidence-based practice guidelines. Trials are rated using the PEDro scale (included.) No links to full text, consult Novanet and E-Journals list.
Indexes over 4000 biomedical journals, including physiotherapy and rehabilitation literature. Dates covered: late 1950's-present. Features MeSH, a powerful controlled vocabulary. Links to full text are incomplete, consult Novanet and E-Journals list.
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