MEDLINE with Full Text (via Ebsco)
- Access MEDLINE with full-text
- Brief description Comprehensive source of life sciences and biomedical bibliographic information
- Resource type Full-text journals
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MEDLINE is a Full-text version of PubMed, the U.S. National Library of Medicine journal citation database covering medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, the health care system, pre-clinical sciences, and much more. This version includes citations from 5,200 scholarly journals and full-text from more than 1,450. Its articles have been assigned MeSH (Medical subject headings) indexing within a tree hierarchy of subheadings and explosion capabilities. You can use this as an alternative way to search for articles, see the guide to Subject searching.
PubMed vs MedLine. Some people find the search easier in Pubmed and it searches wider content but it does not provide full-text, just occasional links to freely available content. MEDLINE is better for targeted Medical subject searching (has better indexing) and quick access to the full-text content.
Coverage dating back to 1949 and full-text back to 1965.
1450 full-text journals.
Simple and advanced search options.
Search specific journals.
Can search using MeSH terminology.
A tutorial is available from the website.