Medicine, pharmacy

Compilation of new acquisitions and electronic resources on the subjects of medicine and pharmacy

For students of the Bachelor of Human Medicine: relevant resources for the study

New acquisitions

List of titlesexternal link on the subjects (last and current month)


List of titles on the subjects

Digital textbooks

List of titles on the subjects


A selection of the main databases

  • Web of Science (external link) – Interdisciplinary database including the Derwent Innovations Index (patents), Web of Science Core Collection (journal articles), MEDLINE, Science Citation Index and Journal Citation Reports
  • MEDLINE (external link) – Produced by the National Library of Medicine (USA), the world's most important bibliographical database for medicine and biomedicine – Further information
  • PubMed (external link) – Freely accessible version of Medline, differencese (external link) between MEDLINE and PubMed – Further information
  • Scopus (external link) – Interdisciplinary, the most comprehensive bibliographic database with respect to number of journals covered, particular focus on non-anglophone literature, enables citation analyses and includes unique author-ID's, provides full MEDLINE coverage – Further information
  • Human Anatomy Atlas (external link) (from Visible Body) – A comprehensive 3D atlas of the human body with the appropriate names and descriptions of possible injuries and diseases. With quiz questions to check.
  • Sports science (external link) – Federal Institute for Sports Science, Bonn; biomechanics, sports training instruction, sports medicine, sports psychology, sport for the disabled, leisure sport
  • Toxnet (external link) – Toxicological databases of the National Library of Medicine (USA)

Additional databases

Reference works

Selection of the main reference works

Additional reference works

Specialist information