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CINAHL Plus with Full Text
Core research tool for all areas of nursing and allied health literature. Topics covered include alternative/complementary medicine.
Embase via OvidSP
A major biomedical and pharmaceutical database. Provides unique coverage of articles on complementary and alternative medicine –proprietary Chinese drugs and traditional Chinese herbal medicines, acupuncture and related physical therapies.
MEDLINE (Ovid )
Index to all biomedical literature including complementary and alternative medicine. Search using keywords and MESH headings.
Global Academic Focus (CNKI)
China Academic Journals / Tongfang Knowledge Network Technologies, collection of academic and non-academic journals published in mainland China.Topics covered include: academic, technical, policy-guiding, higher scientific and educational journals, and covers science and technology, agriculture, philosophy, medicine, humanities and social sciences. Coverage: 1915-Present.
Simplified Chinese version
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Traditional Chinese version
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Includes information on the effects of interventions in health care, and consists of a regularly updated collection of evidence-based medicine databases. See also the video tutorial on Cochrane Library Systematic Reviews
Covers a range of subjects within a health context. Full text publications: 1977 - Present; Index: 1977 - Present.
Systematic reviews, meta-analysis and Randomized controlled trials on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies and related disciplines. Content includes books, practice guidelines and Medline abstracts. Filter search results by type of study and Australian content, including an Australian drug database provided by Australian Medicines Handbook
How does Hot Articles work?
Hot Articles is a mini window that goes on a web page and shows popular articles in broad subject areas (as defined by ExLibris). In each subject area, bX Hot Articles displays a list of up to ten articles and is based on selections made by millions of researchers from thousands of academic institutions around the world. Note: This list is updated once a month.
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