Health Sciences Library


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Key resources

Databases: CINAHL | Embase | Medline (Ovid) | PubMed | PsycInfo | Scopus | SPORTDiscus | Web of Science

Point of Care: Dynamed | Isabel | RxTx | BMJ Best Practice

Research services

Librarians specializing in Nursing, Health Sciences, Medicine, and Rehabilitation Sciences are available to help you with assignments, research questions and literature searching. Read more about us or consult our research guides:

3D printing at the Health Sciences Library Francophone resources Mobile Apps for the health Sciences
Indigenous Health Grey Literature for Health Sciences Nursing
Anatomy Health Statistics Nutrition
Audiology and Speech Language Pathology Healthcare Management Occupational Therapy
Biochemistry, Microbiology & Immunology Human Kinetics Pharmacology
Cardiology Health Sciences (Interdisciplinary) Physiotherapy
Cellular & Molecular Medicine Medical Humanities Research Support for the Health Sciences
Epidemiology and Population Health Medicine Systematic Reviews for the Health Sciences


  • BiblioClinic on demand
  • Upcoming workshops:
    • Improving your Search techniques
    • Planning for your Systematic Review
    • Intro to 3D Printing and Design
    • Citation Managers (Zotero, Mendeley, Endnote and Endnote Basic)

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BMJ Best Practice

BMJ Best Practice gives medical professionals the best available information for any clinical situation. Regularly updated, it draws on the latest evidence-based research to offer step-by-step guidance on diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention.

Please note that BMJ Clinical Evidence has been discontinued and replaced by MBJ Best Practice.

BMJ Learning

BMJ Learning offers high-quality continuing medical education for doctors and other healthcare professionals. It features hundreds of accredited, peer-reviewed learning modules in text, video, and audio formats.

Please note, as BMJ Learning is closely integrated with BMJ Portfolio, you need to register with it to complete and save your modules.


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