Health Law Research Guide: General Reference Sources
A gateway to online resources, including federal, state, and international health law, health law topics, legal and medical journals and newsletters, legal and medical agencies and organizations, and relevant discussion groups.
A peer-reviewed database "intended to provide clinicians with concise, digested, timely information about the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases." Search by diagnosis, drug, pathogen, management of common syndromes, vaccine, or keyword.
A registry of federally and privately supported clinical trials conducted in the US and around the world with information about a trial's purpose, who may participate, locations, and phone numbers for more details. Also has a glossary of clinical trial terms.
Information on 12,000+ drugs, including prescription and non-prescription drugs, dietary supplements, drugs of abuse, and investigational drugs. Search by generic or brand name, or browse resources by drug class. Also includes news, featured drugs, and more.
A free, Web-based resource of full-text documents that provide health information and support health care decision making. Links to AHCPR Evidence Reports, AHCPR Supported Guidelines, the Guide to Clinical Preventive Services, and more.
Graphics, animations, and text on human anatomy. An interactive reference. Created by INTELLIMED, a corporation providing analytical software to health care related organizations, in order to extend a portion of its health care information resources to the public.
Includes: Health Topics, covering more than 600 conditions, diseases and wellness subjects; Drug Information, with data on thousands of prescription and OTC medications; a Medical Encyclopedia, with articles on disease, injury, nutrition, poison, surgery, symptoms, tests, and more; a Medical Dictionary; current Health News; and Directories of doctors, dentists, and hospitals.