Author(s): Mark A. Graber; Jason K. Wilbur; Brigit E. Ray
Leonard G. Gomella, Steven A. Haist
Jeannette E. South-Paul, Samuel C. Matheny, Evelyn L. Lewis
Richard P. Usatine, Mindy A. Smith, E.J. Mayeaux, Jr., Heidi S. Chumley
Ferri, Fred F., MD, FACP
Rakel, Robert E., MD
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) resource providing information on HIV/AIDS clinical trials and federally approved HIV treatment and prevention guidelines, information on HIV/AIDS treatment, clinical trials, and other HIV/AIDS-related research information for health care providers, researchers, people affected by HIV/AIDS, and the general public
Low cost and easy-to-use mapping and mobile communication tools.
It is common to have an intense reaction after a traumatic event, whether the event includes natural disasters, accidents or violence...this site includes resources that help your patient figure out the ins and outs of what they are going through and how to seek support
Government pandemic resources geared for older adults. Includes financial resources, housing tips, and tips on staying healthy for yourself or if you are caring for a loved one.
The Disaster Information Management Research Center provides health information resource and informatics research related to disasters of natural, accidental, or deliberate origin
Guides to freely available online disaster medicine and public health literature and related information can be found here
Information for over 55,000 drugs. Names, usage, and structures are displayed, as well as search links to key National Library of Medicine and government sites
Got a question on environmental health and toxicology stuff? Portal to a gold mine of National Library of Medicine databases and resources
This course describes different types of health statistics, how they are collected, and where they can be found. The data are collected by government, private, and non-profit agencies and organizations. The health statistics reported by these groups are integral to monitoring trends in the health status of populations, planning the allocation of health care resources, and evaluating the effectiveness of public health interventions
Provides consumer-friendly information about the effects of genetic variation on human health
Patients and families may print out, complete the cards provided and carry them in case of emergency
Genetic resources for the patient and the physician on Care Coordination | Consumer Advocacy | Disease Specific | Education | Emergency Preparedness | Evaluation | Family Health History | Genetic Service System | Healthcare Access and Financing | Long-Term Follow-Up | Medical Food | Medical Home | Newborn Screening | Region Specific | Telegenetics | Transition
Multilingual and multicultural health information for those working with or providing care to individuals with limited English proficiency
Do you need to search public health statistics for cost or quality analysis? With directed search starts and informational videos on data visualization, this could be your presentation lifesaver!
Find information about maternal and infant drug levels, possible effects on lactation and on breastfed infants, and alternative drugs to consider.
Health information for patients, families and health care providers. Also in Spanish
Basic Health and wellness information for older adults and their caregivers
Public Health datasets and statistics separated by geographic regions, health education promotions/campaigns and public health downloads
Here is a goodie! If searching PubMed or Medline has you a bit intimidated, try theses topic-specific search strategies. Includes a directory of topic-specific PubMed queries including AIDS, Bioethics, Cancer, Space Life Sciences and MORE!
An interesting guide to connections between chemicals, the environment, and the public's health. Provides consumer-level information on everyday locations and situations where you might be exposed to toxic chemicals. This site will help you better understand risks of exposure, potential health effects, and how to protect yourself.
The NLM Visible Human Project has created publicly-available complete, anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of a human male body and a human female body. Specifically, the VHP provides a public-domain library of cross-sectional cryosection, CT, and MRI images obtained from one male cadaver and one female cadaver. The Visible Human male and female datasets are available for download and as of July 2019, the NLM Data License has been replaced by Terms and Conditions. No registration is required to access this data.
*Note to physicians, hospital staff, residents or med students* Many of our databases have Patient Education handouts that you are able to send through their server, in a number of languages...check out our popular databases page here if you are affiliated with UND or here if you are affiliated with Trinity