Medical Databases including full text journals, and full text books. Available to Physicians, Residents, and Upper Management of the Crozer Keystone Health System. Registration required with the Medical Library. For authorized individuals only. Please call 610-447-2600 (15-2600) for instructions on obtaining access.
Courtesy of Duke University Medical Center Library.
R2 (Nursing Textbooks Online)
The Crozer-Chester Medical Library is pleased to add a book collection that will be of value to our nursing staff as well as allied health.
PLEASE NOTE: If you presently have a Login and password to the Ebscohost databases, the same ID and password should work for R2 (Nursing Textbooks Online); however if you have a problem, please contact the Medical Library at 610-447-2600 or 15-2600.
Databases including over 1500 full text journals with thousands more abstracts. Available by password to all members of the medical staff and employees of the Crozer Keystone Health System. Database coverage includes Biomedical References collection, Nursing and Allied Health Collection, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, Cochrane Collection, Health Business Full text Collection, Alternative Health Watch, Health Source: Consumer Edition - including pamphlets, Magazine Article Summaries, and Newspaper Source. Registration is required with the Medical Library. Please call the Medical Library at 610-447-2600 (15-2600). For previously registered Ovid users, your id and password remain the same.
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Lexi-Comp's Drug Information Online
Password Required for authorizer users. If you do not have a password and would like to obtain one, please call the Medical Library at 610-447-2600 (15-2600).
MEDLINEPlus is a database for consumer health information.
Spanish Language database for consumer health information.
PubMed is an service of the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) at the National Library of Medicine (NLM).
A listing of industry-sponsored clinical trials.
Provides a single point of access to a variety of CDC reports, guidelines, and numeric public health data.