The NIH RePORTer (Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools) can be used to locate reports, data, and analyses of NIH Research Projects. The RePORTer website describes the tool:
To provide NIH stakeholders with quick and easy access to basic information on NIH programs, the NIH has created a single repository of reports, data and analyses, along with several tools for searching this database. A common classification scheme based on the traditional NIH budget categories is used to group similar reports. Several different filters can be applied to find information specific to a particular NIH Institute or Center, funding mechanism or topic of interest.
For more information about how to search this comprehensive database, see the FAQ section.
Below are changes in the area of electronic resources for FY 2010.
Journal Titles going from Print Only to Print & Online
- Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness
- Journal: Physical Therapy Education
Journal Title going from Print and Online to Online Only
- Analytical Biochemistry (Science Direct)
Journal Titles added in Online Only unless specified
- Lymphatic Research and Biology
- Stem Cells
- Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma
- Respiratory Care (only available as a print & online package)
- Science Translational Medicine
- Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology
- Cell Stem Cell
- Medical Teacher
- Mary Anne Liebert (NERL package) of 66 titles
Other Electronic Resources
Where Periodicals Go To Die photograph by pobrecito33 used in accordance with the Creative Commons license.
MedlinePlus, the National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) health information database for the community, now has a mobile version (http://m.medlineplus.gov) that allows you to easily access this popular resource on an iPhone, Blackberry or other hand held device, anytime, anywhere. For more information, see the NLM’s FAQ that includes set up instructions.