Medical literature retrieval
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Medical literature retrieval or medical document retrieval is an activity that uses professional methods for medical research papers retrieval, report and other data to improve medicine research and practice.
Medical search engine
Professional medical search engine
- NLM Gateway
- Entrez, NLM's cross-database search
Consumer health search engine
- MedlinePlus by the U.S. NLM
- Healthfinder by the U.S. HHS
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- European Federation for Medical Informatics
- Evidence-based medicine
- Health informatics
- International Medical Informatics Association
- List of search engines § Medical
- Medical Subject Headings
- ^ "People About ..." Transinsight. Archived from the original on 20 December 2007.
- William R. Hersh. Information Retrieval: A Health and Biomedical Perspective[permanent dead link]. 2003, Springer-Verlag. ISBN 0-387-95522-4
- Vincenta B. Vincentb M. Ferreira CG. Making PubMed Searching Simple: Learning to Retrieve Medical Literature Through Interactive Problem Solving. 2005, The Oncologist, Vol. 11 No. 3 243-251
- The Top Five Medical Search Engines on the Web at About.com by Wendy Boswell
- 25 Search Engines Every Medical Professional Should Bookmark
- PubMed Alternative Engines at American University of Beirut University Libraries
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