AIDSLINE

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AIDSLINEAIDS Information OnLINE
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Despite the widespread use of AIDSLINE since 1988, there has been no in-depth research on the nature of its usage.
This search was executed using the combined MEDLINE, HEALTH, AIDSLINE, CANCERLIT file.
SEFAIN includes the Research and Clinical Trials database which provides information on research in South Florida, inclusion/ exclusion for participation in clinical trials, and the National Library of Medicine's AIDS databases, AIDSLINE, AIDSDRUGS, and AIDSTRIALS.
PHP delivers major medical databases, such as MEDLINE, AIDSLINE, CancerLIT, and the Drug Information Handbook to the physicians' desktop through the World Wide Web.
In addition, registered users receive free use of the National Library of Medicine's MEDLINE, AIDSLINE, AIDSDRUGS, AIDSTRIALS, and DIRLINE databases of professional literature.
In addition to the clinical reference library, physicians will have access to enhanced MDC MEDLINE, as well as AIDSLINE, HEALTH-STAR, and CANCERLIT.
Basic content gives users a general overview of a health topic - Advanced content provides users with more in-depth information about the latest developments in specific health topics - Expert content supplies users with information designed for healthcare professionals through search engines such as MEDLINE and AIDSLINE, databases of medical abstracts and specific HIV/AIDS research and treatment, respectively.
Medscape stretches the definition of "publisher's Web site" by also providing MEDLINE and AIDSLINE.
The site also offers free searching of the 11+ million abstracts from the MEDLINE, AIDSLINE and CANCERLIT databases, daily medical news from Reuters, and CareerPulse healthcare career opportunities.
To date, Avicenna has licensed the following article databases and information resources: MEDLINE, AIDSLINE, AIDSDRUGS, AIDSTRIALS, BIOETHICSLINE, MeSH Vocabulary File, TOXLINE, Mediqual Atlas, and Outlines in Clinical Medicine.
In addition to the PDR library of reference works, the Web site offers access to more than 8,000 full-text articles from Medical Economics Company publications including Medical Economics(R), Patient Care(R), Contemporary OB/GYN(R), Contemporary Pediatrics(R), Contemporary Urology(R), and IM Internal Medicine(TM), plus free searching of the 11+ million abstracts from the MEDLINE, AIDSLINE aulse healthcare career opportunities.
These include ABI/Inform, AIDSLINE, BIOSIS Previews, CancerLit, Current Contents, Dissertation Abstracts, Ei Compendex*Plus, EMBASE, INSPEC, MEDLINE, Ovid Core Biomedical Collection, Ovid Biomedical Collection II and III, PsycINFO, and sociofile.