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Dermatology Resources: Articles

Guide to information online and at the Medical Center Library that relates to the practice of Dermatology

Keeping Current

The following resources will aid in following the latest developments in dermatology.

FIND IT @ SLU

This button provides links from library databases to online full text articles, when available.  If an article isn't available online, you may request it via:
ILLiad: Digital Document Delivery.  

 

Copyright and Fair Use      Get Quick Stats

Stanford Unversity copyright resource. The content for the Copyright and Fair Use Overview section is from NOLO (http://www.nolo.com/about.html), with much of it taken from the book Getting Permission (October 2007) by Richard Stim.

Search for Articles

The library recommends the following databases for searching the biomedical literature.

NIH Access Policy

NIHAccess


What is the difference between a final peer-reviewed manuscript and final published article?

Final peer-reviewed manuscript: The Investigator's final manuscript of a peer-reviewed paper accepted for journal publication, including all modifications from the peer review process.

Final published article: The journal’s authoritative copy of the paper, including all modifications from the publishing peer review process, copyediting and stylistic edits, and formatting changes.

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Instructions to Authors

Instructions to Authors in the Health Sciences is a searchable database of urls for the author information pages of hundreds of journals.  A very useful tool developed at the Mulford Health Sciences Library of the University of Toledo.

RSS, what is it?

It's a convenient way to track multiple sources of information (ie. feeds, like tables of contents for journals) from a central location (a feed reader, like your browser).

RSS defined.