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Online Resources

In addition to our library’s database, two subscription database contracts provide our students with access to the most current literature available. The EBSCO database was added in January 2006 and includes eight medical databases (the most notable being Alt Health Watch, Biomedical Reference Collection, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, Health Business and the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews). This represents a total of 848 journals and professional medical publications. With this database, the library significantly increased its Western and biomedical periodical holdings. Students, faculty and members of the alumni association have access both on and off campus through use of the AOMA password privileges.

AOMA Library Combined Indices Search

Free Medical Journals Site

Society for Acupuncture Research

Herb Med - American Botanical Council - provides access to the scientific data underlying the use of herbs for health

Southwest School of Botanical Medicine - A large collection of Eclectic Materia Medica
 
Soil and Health Library - Nature cure library resource

Hepatology 2010 - Clinical Textbook. PDF

The Word Brain - a Short Guide to Fast Language Learning. 76 pgs. PDF

The Word Brain - Short version. 10 pgs. English PDF

The Word Brain - Short version. 10 pgs. German PDF

The Word Brain - Audio version. MP3

A new issue of Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Focus on Research and Care is now available.

Acupuncture (PDQ®)
NCI's Web site, http://www.cancer.gov, contains comprehensive information about cancer causes and prevention, screening and diagnosis, treatment and survivorship; clinical trials; statistics; funding, training and employment opportunities; and the institute and its programs. You can also get cancer information online through the LiveHelp instant messaging service at https://cissecure.nci.nih.gov/livehelp/welcome.asp. If you live in the United States, you may call the NCI's Cancer Information Service toll-free at 1-800-4-CANCER (1-800-422-6237) for cancer information in English and Spanish.

Improved quality monitoring of multi-center acupuncture clinical trials in China. Chengdu_trial_paper.pdf

National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine

NCCAM Newsletter: Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Focus on Research and Care