With 50,000 members, this organization is committed to representing the concerns of physicians-in-training and focusing on universal healthcare, disparities in medicine, diversity in medicine, and transforming the culture of medical education.
This student-lead organization offers a unified voice in providing information, education, advocacy, and services including career opportunities, publications, events, board announcements, and the like.
This site offers links to considering careers in medicine, applying to medical school, financial aid information, MCAT services, publications, and other important helps for pre-med and pre-dental students.
This site espouses promoting free access and alert services to medical journals and includes international resources; many are available for free six months to a year after publication including the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of Cell Biology, Science, and Pharmacological Reviews.
A free service to clinicians, researchers, librarians, educators, and veterinary students, this nonprofit is dedicated to offering current, relevant clinical information to those active in animal health and research, including continuing education, proceedings, and book reviews.
The 3,200 members of this organization include physicians, nurses, computer and information scientists, biomedical engineers, medical librarians, and academic researchers and educators dedicated to developing and using information technologies to improve health care.
The lead federal agency for overseeing the health and safety of U.S. citizens by providing reliable information about disease prevention and control, environmental health, health promotion, and related activities.
Powered by the Medical Librarians’ Association, this page links to information about the history of medicine, including organizations interested in various health science disciplines, to medical libraries and archives, educational programs, and museums, and to biographies of important figures in health science history.
General information at this webpage is provided about the NIH; including recent news, health information, a listing of grants and contracts, scientific resources, and contact information for affiliated institutions.
Powered by the world’s largest medical library, this is a gateway to the Medline/PubMed, TOXLINE,and Clinical Trials’ databases with links to the Human Genome Project, biomedical research, health services research, and public health. Offers literally millions of citations and links to medical and health information.
With more than 2.2 million searches conducted each day, this National Library of Medicine database provides access to Medline, OldMedline (with citations prior to the mid-1960s), and other life science, general science, and chemistry journals.