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Top Clinical Resources

  • Facts & Comparisons eAnswers
    Provides drug information, interactions, herbal information, and patient medication handouts.
  • Micromedex 2.0 (On Campus Only)
    Information about drugs, toxicology, diseases, acute care, and alternative medicine.
  • UpToDate
    Includes frequently updated peer-reviewed articles covering major aspects of conditions, including symptoms, tests and diagnosis, and treatment options.
  • PubMed
    Covers journal articles about medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, and public health from 1950 to the present.
  • International Pharmaceutical Abstracts
    Information from pharmaceutical, medical, and health-related journals published worldwide since 1970. Covers the spectrum of drug therapy and pharmaceutical information.
  • ClinicalKey
    Includes MDConsult content and much more. Contains hundreds of Elsevier's journals, medical books and textbooks. Note: you must create an account and login to download PDF chapters of books. Also includes Clinics journals, Procedures Consult's videos, the First Consult POC interface, Vital Signs, additional videos and images, practice guidelines, patient handouts, and drug information from Gold Standard.

Mobile Databases

mobileMicromedex is available for free to UNC-CH students, faculty, and staff.  You must be on campus to register but may be off campus when using your device.  Access is available for Android, Blackberry and iPhone/iPad.  Instructions for registering are at Mobile Instructions.

UpToDate is now available as an app for Android, iPhone and Windows 8.  Instructions for registering are at Mobile Instructions.

Natural Medicines, Supplements, and Herbals

  • Natural Standard
    Evidence-based information about complementary and alternative therapies including herbal remedies and supplements, with validated rating scales to evaluate quality. Comprehensive monographs designed to facilitate clinical decision making. Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits available. Mobile version available to UNC users.
  • AMED (Alternative Medicine)
    Covers complementary and alternative medicine. Provides citations and abstracts of journals, reports, newsletters, and pamphlets.
  • Dietary Supplements Subset on PubMed
    The International Bibliographic Information on Dietary Supplements is a database of literature that includes vitamins, minerals, and botanicals. It is produced by the Office of Dietary Supplements at the NIH.

Additional Clinical Resources

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