| Major Literature Databases|
National Library of Medicine portal that allows users to search simultaneously in multiple retrieval systems at the NLM, and to initiate searches from one Web interface, providing "one-stop searching" for many of NLM's information resources or databases. Includes former AIDSLINE content.
The largest bibliographic reproductive health database, providing citations and abstracts of the worldwide literature in the fields of population, family planning, and related health issues.
An abstract database of psychological literature from the 1800s-present. Individual or institutional license required for access.
Free U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM) literature database service including MEDLINE, PreMEDLINE, HealthSTAR, as well as publisher-supplied citations.
| Information Access for Developing Countries|
Web database linking to medical journals with free online access.
Health InterNetwork Access to Research Initiative|
(HINARI) Created to bridge the "digital divide", Health InterNetwork was launched by the Secretary General of the United Nations and the World Health Organization to make over 2000 journals, databases, compendia and other publications available online free of charge to users in developing countries.
|Licensing Digital Information: Developing Nations Initiatives |
Links to organizations that develop or publicize programs designated to bring high quality, peer-reviewed sciences journals to developing nations for low or no cost.
| HIV Literature Reviews|
The Cochrane Collaborative Review Group on HIV Infection and AIDS|
A proponent of evidence-based medicine, the collaborative brings together individuals from around the world who share an interest in writing, disseminating, and updating systematic reviews of rigorous HIV/AIDS research.
| Other Literature Search Sites|
Galen II Electronic Journals|
UCSF database of thousands of journals with availability of abstracts and many
One of the largest free full-text science archives, from