Journal & Databases - Journal Article Databases
Books - Books & e-Books
Referencing & Writing - Citation styles, Referencing & Writing
Multimedia Resources - e-Resources, Podcasts, Videos & Images
Postgrad Research - Theses, Research Repositories, Conferences, Historical Collections, Open Access & How to keep up to date
Websites - NZ & International Resources & Organisations
Apps - Smart phone & Tablet apps
ClinicalKey includes: all Elsevier medical and surgical journals (over 500), selected third-party journals and content sources, all Elsevier medical and surgical reference books (over 1100), all medical and surgical clinics of North America, all Procedures Consult content and associated videos, all Clinical Pharmacology drug monographs from Gold Standard, all Elsevier medical and surgical videos (over 13,000+), millions of medical and surgical images, and Elsevier and third-party published patient education handouts.
For anytime, anywhere access from your computer, smartphone, or tablet to more than 300 3D rotational gross anatomy videos featuring real cadaver specimens using Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy. The specimens have not been embalmed and therefore retain the colour, texture and mobility of the living body.
Before you start searching the databases, it helps to take time to plan your search.
Step 1: Clearly define the topic or research question
Step 2: Divide the topic or question into separate key concepts
Step 3: Select alternative search terms and synonyms for each concept
Step 4: Consider using text word symbols such as truncation and "phrase searching"
Step 5: Select search terms to combine using Boolean logic - AND, OR, NOT
Step 6: Select relevant databases via the Library homepage or your Subject Guide
Step 7: When searching a database look for subject heading options
Step 8: Run text word searches to complement subject heading searches
Step 9: Review the results and modify your search strategy as required
Designed to be useful, relevant and user-friendly, this guide will provide you with access to a range of key library and information resources to aid your studies/research in Physiology. It is however a work in progress, so in order to maintain up-to-date and relevant content we welcome suggestions from you the user. Refer to the Feedback box on this page.
The Physiology Resources can be found in the Medical Library located opposite Dunedin Hospital in the Sayers Building.
For further assistance, you can make an appointment to see the Subject Specialist Librarian - Christy Ballard.