On this page, a number of search tools are compiled for you, which can be used in addition to the Discovery System of the library for research in the fields of therapy sciences:
For independent searches for subject-specific research resources, you can use metasearch tools:
- BERG mining,
- BEFO management and organization.
The Cochrane Library contains not only medical cases, but also papers on health research, alternative medicine, naturopathic medicine and health care. It provides a comprehensive literature base for the medical decision-making process and for the preparation of systematic reviews.
The Cochrane Library includes the following databases:
- Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR).
- Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL)
- Cochrane Clinical Answers (CCAs)
- About the Cochrane Collaboration and the Cochrane Collaborative Groups (as of 05/2023).
- PubMed abstracts
- Europe-PMC full-text articles
- Patent abstracts (European, US and international patents)
- Abstracts from the Agricola database
- as well as abstracts from Chinese Biological Abstracts and CiteSeer
Europe PMC offers
- simple, comprehensive search options (e.g. search by frequency of citations) - unlike PubMed Central, the dataset is searched from a single access point
- links to databases such as UniProt
- Information on biomedical funding programmes
- Text mining analysis (as of 05/2023).
a) Focus topic. The core of each issue is the main topic. In addition to practical relevance, the focus is on the scientific nature, the topicality as well as the interdisciplinarity: a topic is examined comprehensively and from different perspectives.
b) Listening - recognizing - understanding. In each issue you will find a sound sample for a voice or speech disorder. Listen to it, recognize the underlying disorder and understand the causes, diagnostic options and therapeutic consequences. You can read in an interview with Mr Brauer how such an audio sample is created.
c) seeing - recognizing - understanding. Each issue illustrates a voice, or speech disturbance using a video. In the accompanying text article you will find information on findings, causes and therapy.
d) original work. Results of important clinical and experimental studies are presented and discussed.
e) Read for you, heard for you. Here you will find summaries of national and international literature, short reports of lectures or symposia, interesting press releases or references to contests.
f) New impulses. Young trainees present their thesis, themselves and their school or university.
g) The little repetitor. Some things are easily forgotten or confused over and over again. Our reptile, the little repetitor, helps. It refreshes your knowledge while helping those in training to prepare for the exam.
h) patient information. Here, we provide your patients with easy-to-understand, concise, and important information on common questions in everyday practice - as a copy template for laying out or as a work aid in a patient interview.
i) The content quality is ensured by a publisher panel, the expert advisory board and many other reviewers as part of the peer review process." (Thieme, transl.)
- Database evi-logo
- E-learning module for the acquisition of evidence competence
- Access to information and documents of the competence measurement instrument TÜBEP-ST
- Collection of formulated evidence statements with reference to a corresponding source
- scientific papers on various topics, which can be downloaded free of charge as PDF documents
- Possibility to publish own scientific papers open access
- Links to various databases (e.g. PubMed, COCHRANE, MEDLINE, German Education Server, etc.) along with tips on how to proceed with a search and English-German translators
- a possibility to offer open research questions for researching colleagues to answer.
The new portal LIVIVO offers a simultaneous search in all fields of ZB MED. The search is not limited to its own holdings: LIVIVO searches around 59 million records from over 60 subject data sources (part of it is included in the data source BASE).
The hit list in LIVIVO also provides information on how users can access the texts or other materials. Whenever possible, freely accessible sources are linked and the full text is made available. That is how LIVIVO supports the idea of Open Access. In addition, if possible, articles with links to the underlying research data are linked (state: 03/2018).
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