We are excited to announce our new Google-like single search tool that will be implemented on Wednesday, August 27 (demo below). As always, we are available for one-on-one questions and group instruction. Please contact us via e-mail, chat, text or phone at: http://askus.library.tmc.edu/
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Provider: U.S. Department of Energy
Descriptions: Genome projects of the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, founder of the Human Genome Project... The site is a portal to sites on the Human Genome Project, data from the Microbial Genome Program, and the Genomic Science Program. It also provides a link to a genomics image gallery.
Keywords: clinical trials, consumer health, gateway, genetics, portal, U.S. Government
Descriptions: The Gene Gateway is a collection of guides and tutorials for the investigation of various aspects of genetics data and information through databases located on the Worldwide Web. Guide sections include links to the resources, and are as follows: Gene and Protein Database Guide; Bioinformatics Tools; Genetic Disorder Guide; Sample Profiles of Genes and Genetic Disorders; Chromosome Viewer; and Evaluating Medical Information on the Web.
Keywords: consumer health, faculty, federal agencies, gateway, genetics, genome, portal, research, student, U.S. Government
Provider: WorldWideScience Alliance; Office of Scientific and Technical Information; International Council for Scientific and Technical Information
Descriptions: WorldWideScience.org is a global science gateway that enables the user to explore scientific databases and portals from U.S. and international sources, with the intent of accelerating scientific discovery and progress through federated search technology that facilitates deeper searching of the Web.
Keywords: federated search, gateway, international, multidisciplinary, portal, science, search
Provider: University of Texas Medical School at Houston/Reynolds Foundation
Descriptions: This website from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston is a portal to a geriatrics education program funded by the Reynolds Foundation. TEXAS "...provides a centralized location for students, residents and other learners to access the educational projects, assignments, assessment instruments and content developed by UTH Reynolds faculty and staff... TEXAS has developed a model that depicts how the ACGME and AAMC competencies are integrated into geriatric learning at all stages of learning: novice, advanced beginner, competent, proficient and expert. This model provides a schematic of training initiatives, outcomes expected and evaluation methods as they relate to the five stages of learning."
Keywords: aging, Alzheimer, care, courseware, education, emergency medicine, faculty, geriatrics, internal medicine, links, orthopaedics, orthopedics, palliative care, portal, surgery, urology
Descriptions: From health to forests, food consumption to criminal justice, this is an invaluable, user-friendly gateway to hundreds of government and agency sources for U.S. statistical data accessible by topic, geographic location, or federal agency. Links to the Statistical Abstract of the United States, also.
Keywords: census, culture, data, federal agencies, gateway, general reference, government, health statistics, maps, multidisciplinary, population, portal, social sciences, society, U.S. Government
Provider: Canton of Geneva, Switzerland
Contents: full text, images, links to full text, video, websites
Access Level: Free, Open Access
Descriptions: The objective of this Swiss foundation is to provide health education and research programs to be applied by developing countries and countries in economic transition, and to foster collaborations between entities from public and private sectors to that end. The Foundation is a WHO (World Health Organization) Collaborating Center in Education and Research in Human Reproduction, and it publishes the open-access journal, Reproductive Health. In addition to a linked publications list arranged by medical specialty, this site provides a remarkably detailed section of links to information on the full spectrum of practices in traditional and alternative medicine .
Keywords: alternative medicine, infectious diseases, multicultural, multidisciplinary, multilingual, obstetrics and gynecology, portal, public health, reproductive health, women's health
Provider: National Network of Libraries of Medicine, South Central Region
Descriptions: This agency's page is a portal linking to a variety of emergency/disaster resources, notably its own NN/LM Emergency Preparedness and Response Toolkit. Categories of resources included here are: Federal Government; Libraries, Schools and Medical Associations; People Locator; Animal Health; and miscellaneous Other Resources.
Keywords: animal welfare, disaster, emergency preparedness, federal agencies, libraries, links, NLM, organizations, portal, societies, U.S. Government
Provider: AIBS (Alfa Institute of Biomedical Sciences)
Descriptions: This portal lists and presents international medical education resources, mostly open-access. Included are linked lists of guidelines published by medical professional and specialty societies and government agencies worldwide, and Teaching Cases from the AIBS. The majority of information presented here is focused on infection and infectious diseases, including surgical infection and parasitic/zoonotic infections.
Keywords: clinical practice guidelines, CME, graduate medical education, infection, infectious disease, multilingual, parasite, portal
Descriptions: Search this portal for drugs by name or category. Coverage for more than 17,000 drugs from clinical trial stage to FDA approval and release. Search coverage includes: MedlinePlus, ClinicalTrials.gov, DailyMed, Dietary Supplements Labels Database, HSDB and LactMed along with other US Government resources, like Drugs@FDA and AIDSinfo. Covers drugs with official generic name status like USAN (United States Adopted Name) or INN (International Nonproprietary Name)and drugs with categories extracted from NLM MeSH Pharmacological Action data. Some coverage for international and experimental drugs.
Keywords: clinical trials, drugs, gateway, NLM, pharmaceutical, portal
Provider: International DOI Foundation
Descriptions: DOI, or Digital Object Identifier, is a standardized system for providing actionable, persistent and interoperable links to "objects," the scope of which was originally limited to online documents, but which term is now applied in this context to online datasets, videos and other formats and types of information containers. Every resource relevant to DOI's is either present in or linked to from this website, for instance: FAQ's, a detailed handbook, fact sheets and white papers; links to DOI registration agencies like DataCite and CrossRef; and links to browser tools being developed to facilitate and expand the usefulness and applicability of the Digital Object Identifier.
Keywords: data, deep web, digital, DOI, informatics, information management, information science, links, ontology, open source, periodicals, portal, research, search, W4eb tools
Provider: U.S. Government agencies
Descriptions: DisasterAssistance.gov is a secure, user-friendly U.S. Government web portal that consolidates disaster assistance information in one place. If you need assistance following a presidentially declared disaster— which has been designated for individual assistance— you can now to go to DisasterAssistance.gov to register online. Local resource information to help keep citizens safe during an emergency is also available. Currently, 17 U.S. Government agencies, which sponsor almost 60 forms of assistance, contribute to the portal.
Keywords: disaster, federal agencies, government, hurricane, portal, public health, U.S. Government
Provider: National Library of Medicine
Contents: federated search, full text, government documents, images, multiple databases
Access Level: Free, Open Access
Descriptions: TOXNET is a cross-searchable cluster of databases covering toxicology, hazardous chemicals, environmental health, toxic releases and related areas. Search all databases from the center search box, or choose a database to search. This portal is managed by the Toxicology and Environmental Health Information Program, Division of Specialized Information Services, National Library of Medicine. Databases include, but are not limited to:
- ChemIDplus (database of 370,000 chemicals with synonyms and structure data)
- HSDB (Hazardous Substances Data Bank)
- TOXLINE (Toxicology Literature Online)
- CCRIS (Chemical Carcinogenesis Research Information System)
- DART (Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology Database)
- GENETOX (Genetic Toxicology Data Bank) and CPDB (comparative toxogenomics)
- IRIS (Integrated Risk Information System- dose-response assessment)
- ITER (International Toxicity Estimates for Risk)
- LactMed (drugs and lactation information)
- TRI (Toxics Release Inventory)
- Haz-Map (occupational health)
- Household Products (potential effects of chemicals in common household products)
- TOXMAP (Geographic form of the TRI database)
Keywords: carcinogens, chemicals, environmental hazards, portal, public health, toxicology, toxins
Provider: The R.A.R.E. Project
Descriptions: This website brings together a variety of advocacy, networking, research and educational resources to help parents of children with rare diseases.
Keywords: blog, child, consumer health, disease, health services, links, networking, patient education, pediatrics, portal, syndrome
Provider: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Descriptions: This set of newsletters encompasses every application and type of spectroscopy, including medical imaging. The reader can sign up for RSS feeds on areas of particular interest (including MRI, NMR, proteomics and chemometrics), view podcasts, and check on industry conference schedules. Note: Free registration is required for access to some areas of this website.
Keywords: conference, education, industry, medical imaging, podcasts, portal, video, webinars
Descriptions: Science.gov searches over 36 databases and 1,850 selected websites, offering 200 million pages of authoritative U.S. government science information, including R&D results.
Keywords: astronomy, biomedical research, chemistry, environmental, mathematics, medicine, mental health, multidisciplinary, natural sciences, nutrition, physics, portal, science, technology, U.S. Government
Provider: Applied Math and Science Education Repository (AMSER)
Descriptions: From the website: AMSER (the Applied Math and Science Education Repository) is a portal of educational resources and services built specifically for use by those in Community and Technical Colleges but free for anyone to use. AMSER is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) as part of the National Science Digital Library, and is being created by a team of project partners led by Internet Scout.
Keywords: consumer health, continuing education, courseware, Creative Commons, curriculum, education, general health, mathematics, multidisciplinary, philosophy, podcasts, portal, science, student, technology, video
Provider: American Psychiatric Association
Descriptions: This portal page from the APA provides mental health professionals with a wealth of resources on mental health care in disasters. A number of full text documents are provided here and on linked pages. Of particular value may be these pages: APA Disaster Psychiatry Resources, "a collection of various disaster psychiatry resources prepared... for use by mental health professionals and those involved with disaster preparedness" - Disaster Mental Health Resources from Other Organizations - Links to Disaster Mental Health Organizations, both US and International - and Listing of APA’s District Branch Disaster Liaisons.
Keywords: disaster, emergency medicine, emergency preparedness, mental health, portal, psychiatry, PTSD, public health
Provider: National Library of Medicine/National Institute of Health
Descriptions: This website is designed as an "information portal to issues affecting the health and well-being of American Indians." The website provides links to information on health topics, statistical information and health programs and services for American Indians and Alaska Natives. Also includes links to tribal government websites and information on traditions and practices of American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Keywords: alcoholism, alternative medicine, cancer, consumer health, culture, environmental, general health, mental health, Native American, NIH, NLM, portal, U.S. Government
Provider: National Institutes of Health
Descriptions: The Neuroscience Information Framework (NIF) is a semantically-enhanced portal to a dynamic inventory of Web-based neuroscience resources. An initiative of the NIH Blueprint for Neuroscience Research, NIF enhances discovery and access to often unindexed but publicly available research data, datasets, software and tools in the deep web, as well as linking to PubMed records and open-access literature. The NIF Project provides the NIF Registry, Antibody Registry, Drug Related Gene Database, neuroscience ontology and a way to contribute to it (via the NeuroLex wiki) and semantic tagging services. NIF Navigator, a customizable, stand-alone search tool for incorporation into websites or wikis, draws query results from all the NIF's own components and from other sites and accessible databases. The valuable resources at NIF are too numerous to be described adequately here.
Keywords: biomedical research, clinical trials, data, data-sharing, datasets, disease, drugs, federal agencies, full text, genes, genomics, grants, images, informatics, links, networking, neuroscience, NIH, portal, research, scientist, social networking, software
Provider: National Science Digital Library
Descriptions: From the website: The National Science Digital Library (NSDL) was created by the National Science Foundation to provide organized access to high quality resources and tools that support innovations in teaching and learning at all levels of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education... NSDL is designed primarily for K-16 educators, but anyone can access NSDL.org and search the library at no cost. Access to most resources discovered through NSDL is free; however, some content providers may require a login, or a nominal fee or subscription to retrieve their specific resources.
Keywords: courseware, education, faculty, K-12, natural sciences, portal
Provider: American Association for Cancer Research
Descriptions: This section of AACR's website presents "...an extensive list of cancer support and advocacy organizations, government and research institutions, and useful websites. Find organized lists of groups dedicated to specific types of cancer."
Keywords: advocacy, cancer, consumer health, oncology, organizations, patient education, portal, research, societies
Provider: Boston University Medical Center
Descriptions: From the website: The Mental Health Information Network (MHIN) of Metro Boston is a three year NLM Information Systems Grant funded by the National Library of Medicine (NLM). The Boston University Medical Center (BUMC), Alumni Medical Library, in collaboration with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Mental Health (DMH), Metro Boston Area is providing an integrative information resource, as well as training, service, and access to consumers and staff of Metro Boston Area Centers, treatment centers, service providers, consumer advocacy groups, club houses and other affiliated organizations. MHIN is facilitating access to information on mental illness/health and physical illness/health through the development of the MHIN website which will provide a comprehensive access point for quality-filtered information and links, as well as content information and materials provided by DMH and other mental health information providers. The site will serve as a mental health information resource for consumers and staff in the Metro Boston area, as well as regionally, and nationally.
Keywords: consumer health, e-books, full text, links, mental health, portal, wellness
Provider: Healthnostics, Inc., Bethesda, MD
Descriptions: From the website: ...one of the largest medical and biotechnology information resource and reference portals on the Internet. The site provides access to valuable information through directories, targeted search engines and specialized databases, as well as through reference tools like dictionaries, calculators, blogs, and newsletters. The portal provides access to medical and biotechnology journals, associations, databases and other medical resources, with more than 28,000 high quality links.
Keywords: biotechnology, blog, free, full text, jobs, journal, medicine, news, open access, portal, research, search
Provider: Georgetown University
Descriptions: The MCH Library develops knowledge paths, bibliographies, and other information resources. It is provided by the Mary C. Egan Maternal and Child Health Library, one of six Georgetown University libraries. This gateway site offers a compilation of maternal-child health information updated frequently, and also offers paths to information available from other websites. A Community Services Locator feature guides users to sources of support for mothers and children on the local level, in areas like child care, education and special needs, family and parenting issues, health, and financial support.
Keywords: consumer health, general health, genetics, infant, lactation, neonatal, news, portal, prenatal care, public health, spanish, wellness, women
Descriptions: Funded in large part by several foundations and the National Library of Medicine, AEGiS is a portal to a wide spectrum of information about HIV and AIDS. News items (such as information about new treatments and trials) are posted daily. Links to organizations and societies, conferences, law resources, fact sheets, professional medical advice, etc. are provided here.
Keywords: AIDS, consumer health, database, news, patient education, portal, social services