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Cancer: Getting Started
The following resources are used by clinicians, researchers, and students.
Designed to provide concise answers to patient care questions that arise in daily practice. Subject-specialist physicians serve as authors and editors. Published research is reviewed and summarized, and specific recommendations are made for patient care. NOTE: Restricted to campus access only.
Point-of-care drug resource containing information about interactions, Drug ID module, toxicology, herbal medicine, calculations, and patient care. NOTE: Restricted to University of Kentucky College Medical Center faculty, students, and staff.
Provides keyword, title, author, and subject searching of the system's 10 libraries' holdings, including books, journals (by title, NOT by article), and other resources. While some electronic journals and databases are listed in the catalog, it is best to search for electronic journals in the E-Journals Database and for databases on the Find Databases and Other Electronic Resources page.
Established in 1983 as the Comprehensive Cancer Center of the University of Kentucky. The overall mission is to eliminate the morbidity and mortality of cancer through a comprehensive program of research, education, clinical care and community outreach.
The charge of this project is to provide medical librarians with a resource to use in their daily practice and teaching. Secondly, it can be used by MLA headquarters staff to refer oncology professionals to a list of quality health websites.
The consumer health website produced by the National Library of Medicine. It provides access to high quality and authoritative information on diseases, drugs, clinical trials, and other consumer health topics. It includes current news items, dictionaries, directories, interactive health tutorials, and encyclopedias.