STAT!Ref® and STAT!Ref®RN offer cross-searchable, full-text access to authoritative reference material across several healthcare disciplines.
ADAM: The most comprehensive, interactive anatomy teaching resource is now available online. All new design and online functionality makes it easier than ever for students to explore and learn.
The North Carolina AHEC Digital Library (ADL) is an online service of the North Carolina AHEC Program that improves access to current medical literature and other quality health information resources for North Carolina health care professionals. (View as Guest)
Software for Nurses provides professional development software that takes the user through many facets of nursing with the use of case studies. Topics include med-surg, Maternity, Pediatrics, med calculations, and psychiatric care. (Password-protected.)
MedicineNet.com is an online, health care media publishing company. It provides easy-to-read, in-depth, authoritative medical information for consumers via its user-friendly, interactive website.
Library users may access material from hundreds of newspapers, magazines, academic journals and other sources through NCLive (North Carolina Libraries for Virtual Education). The site contains full-text articles not normally published on the Internet as well as citations for other information sources. Full-text books iare available too.
Test Assistance from LearningExpress Library: Provided through NCLive, LearningExpress offers several practice tests for entrance to nursing school as well as other tests related to health careers. Clicking on the logo takes you directly to Learning Express. Choose Health Careers, click on the test for which you are preparing, and follow the on-screen instructions. Nursing Assistant/ Nurse Aide tests are also available in the Nursing Test section. You will need to register before you can access the tests.
Wilson OmniFile Full Text is a multidisciplinary database that indexes 4,500 periodicals, with some issues dating as far back as 1982.It includes both popular and scholarly publications. OmniFile combines resources in education, general science, humanities, social sciences, business, applied science & technology,art, biology, agriculture, law, and information science. It also contains material from Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature.