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The University of Arizona

Scholarly Project Resources

This guide will provide information for medical students who are working on their scholarly project.

UA Repository College of Medicine Collection


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PubMed (UA/HSL)

Find bibliographic citations with abstracts to journal articles in the life sciences with a focus on biomedicine. PubMed includes MEDLINE and citations to NCBI Bookshelf items.


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Find journals, reference books, practice guidelines, patient handouts, and drug information across a wide range of medical specialties, as well as search Clinical Overviews/First Consult and Procedures Consult.
Note: some book chapters require registering a personal account to download PDFs.

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Cochrane Library

Find results of controlled trials in medical research including systematic reviews and meta-analyses.

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Find answers to clinical questions in this evidence-based medical database, updated daily.

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Find biomedical articles from 1947 to the present covering topics such as pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and clinical medicine. Includes over 2,700 journals not indexed in MEDLINE/Pubmed.

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Find articles, dissertations, and book chapters in psychology and behavioral health.


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Find peer-reviewed scientific journals, books, and conference proceedings across all disciplines.


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Find evidence-based recommendations for patient care and quality, as well as earn continuing education credits if you're a clinician.
Clinicians may opt to have their usage tracked for CME/CE purposes by creating an UpToDate Anywhere account.
Use Banner’s UpToDate if you’re a DCC.
For further information about using UpToDate, see our UpToDate Information Page.

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CINAHL Plus with Full Text

Find articles in nursing and allied health, health care, and evidence-based care.


Web of Science

Web of Science indexes core journal articles, conference proceedings, data sets, and other resources in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities.