What is a database?
A database is an electronic collection of published works, either full text documents (articles, video, music), citations, or abstracts of articles (or chapters in books).
Tomlinson Library subscribes to over 100 research databases that contain journal, magazine, and newspaper articles on general and specific disciplines, as well as access to streaming music and video.
DynaMed's Drug A-Z feature allows you to browse DynaMed drug topics alphabetically.
The DynaMed Drug Interactions tool enables you to look up two or more drugs for potential interactions.
Access Medicine's integrated drug database allows you to look up dosing, indications, and adverse reactions quickly for generic and brand-name drugs, with printable handouts.
ScienceDirect contains the full text of over 2700 peer-reviewed journals in health science-related fields. In addition, access several thousand e-books including major reference works.