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MEDLINE

The online medical database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM) whose parent is the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD. MEDLINE contains millions of articles from thousands of medical journals and publications. The consumer section of the site (http://medlineplus.gov) is advertising-free and offers drug information, interactive patient tutorials, clinical trial links and an illustrated medical encyclopedia.
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When MEDLINE was introduced by the National Library of Medicine in October of 1971, no one could have predicted the revolutionary impact it would have on access to health sciences information.
Initially, MEDLINE was made available through the Regional Medical Libraries.
In recognition of the effectiveness of professional literature in meeting individualized CE needs at the "teachable moment," practitioner use of GaIN MEDLINE, as well as other GAIN functions, qualifies for CE credit.
Use of MEDLINE by medical students: Results of a survey of the students of the Pritzker School of Medicine of the University of Chicago.
For example, NLM produced a manual, The Basics of Searching MEDLINE (1989), for end-users as well as a self-instructional computer program known as MEDLEARN.
In the 1990s, the availability of MEDLINE and other health care databases.
This company will convert each journal's files to XML format, a flexible website code required for MEDLINE and PubMed Central that allows for more sophisticated website navigation.
Integrating a world renowned product, like MEDLINE, into our platform, enables our clients to maintain a competitive edge.
Murphy says, "This is an important accomplishment for JASH because of the importance readers and authors in public health give to MEDLINE indexing.