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New Zealand Websites & Organisations
New Zealand Formulary (NZF) This link opens in a new window
The NZF is an independent resource providing healthcare professionals with clinically validated medicines information and guidance on best practice, enabling healthcare professionals to select safe and effective medicines for individual patients.
New Zealand Formulary for Children This link opens in a new window
The NZF for Children is an independent resource providing healthcare professionals with clinically validated medicines information and guidance on best practice, enabling healthcare professionals to select safe and effective medicines for individual children.
Best Practice BPAC
BPAC provide evidence-based, educational guidance for primary healthcare professionals in New Zealand. Here you will find free access to copies of their main publications; Best Practice Journal and Best Tests.
New Zealand Statistics
Statistics New Zealand
Free to search for official New Zealand statistics
Statistics for Universities
Stats NZ has a memorandum of understanding with the Council of New Zealand University Librarians (CONZUL) to provide customised data tables to university staff and students.
New Zealand Statistics Library Guide
The University of Otago Statistics Library Guide with links to useful resources.
A free web tool that allows you to: create tables from a wide range of large datasets; find a dataset by browsing through themes or searching; customise the table by selecting the variables; change the table layout; view metadata alongside the table; and, download your table in Excel. Phone 0508 525 525 (toll-free within NZ) for Mon-Fri Help Desk support.
International Websites & Organisations
A prototype system provided by the National Library of Medicine consisting of an anatomical image database and an online browser.
A digital library of anatomy information
This web gateway to information on bones, joints and muscles is provided by the U.S. National Library of Medicine and is authoritative and up to date.
Muscle Atlas is by Michael Richardson from the University of Washington. An interactive atlas covering upper and lower extremities.
Genes to Cognition Online
This is a great interactive site! You can rotate the brain in several directions and choose aspects of the brain to investigate from the drop down list on the top left of the screen. Each aspect has a description of its function, e.g. case studies, associated function and disorders, research reviews and links.