Sunday, May 3rd, 2015

Health Professions

Databases In the Library On the Web Podcasts


America’s News

CareNotes™ System

CINAHL with Full Text

CREDO Reference

eBook Collection

Emergencies in Trauma

Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol and Addictive Behavior, 3rd ed

Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics

Head, Neck & Dental Emergencies

Health & Wellness Resource Center

Health Source – Consumer Edition

Health Source – Nursing/Academic

Gale Virtual Reference Library

General Science Collection

Micromedex Healthcare Evidence Series

Oxford Handbook of Cancer Nursing

Oxford Handbook of Critical Care Nursing

Oxford Handbook of Emergency Nursing

Oxford Handbook of Mental Health Nursing

Oxford Handbook of Midwifery

Oxford Handbook of Musculoskeletal Nursing

Oxford Handbook of Primary Care & Community Nursing

Oxford Handbook of Respiratory Nursing


Salem Health

More Databases


In the Library

Biology Nursing
Emergency Medical Service Nutrition
Funeral Services Respiratory Care

Anatomy & Physiology Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise
Center for Disease Control Medical Terminology
CNA Resources
Consumer Health Resources Merck Home Manual of Medical Information
Guide to MSN Degree Programs Merck Manual of Diagnosis & Therapy
Headache: The Journal of Head & Face Pain National Institute of Health
Health Administration Degree Programs National Library of Medicine
Health Care Pathway Online Nurse Practitioner Programs
Health Related Podcasts National Public Radio
Johns Hopkins Medicine Respiratory Care
LPN to RN Programs RN to BSN Programs
Library How-to Guides UT Health Science Center, San Antonio
Medical Podcasts Woodruff Health Sciences Center
Medical Reference



Anatomy & Physiology




  • Chemistry from MIT (scroll down to see available courses)

Funeral Services 

Respiratory Care


  • Respiratory Care podcast summarizes the papers published in each issue of the Respiratory Care Journal. Podcasts briefly touch on each paper’s main points, and conclude with a personal assessment from Editor in Chief Dean R Hess PhD RRT FAARC regarding the clinical importance and “take home messages” found in that month’s issue. Our hope is that this service will help you become a better reader of the Respiratory Care Journal. By the American Association for Respiratory Care