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provides access to information published in or related to Africa.
Contains regularly updated independent high-quality evidence for healthcare decision making, such as systematic reviews and clinical trials.
A collection of online databases of journals and other content. Under the PERii Programme, access is provided to 8 databases (Academic Search Premier, Business Source Premier, ERIC, Master file Premier, Newspaper Source, Health Source Nursing Academic, Health Source Customer Edition, and MEDLINE), which can be searched individually or in groups by selection.
The world's largest scientific articles store with over 50,000,000+ articles and over 3,000,000 books for free. Not that downloading more than six documents at once is prohibited.
One of the Research4Life programs. It provides access to major journals in biomedical and related sciences to non-for-profit institutions in developing countries. Hinari is an initiative of the World Health Organization, publishers and other organizations.
Provides access to articles from several publishers, using a single user interface.
The Uganda Scholarly Digital Library is a digital repository of literature about Uganda, launched in 2006 by Makerere University Library. Library collects and inputs content in the Digital Library, USING THE d Space software. This content comprises research done by the College of Health Sciences staff and researchers, conference proceedings and student theses and dissertations.
Provides access to 350,000 carefully selected publications and resources related to family planning and reproductive health
The Digest is published three times a year in April, August and December and is distributed throughout the country. The Digest aims at improving the accessibility to, utilization of, and ability to share relevant health information by medical and health workers throughout Uganda, particularly those working in isolated and/or of the country with hardly any information support. Copies can be obtained from Albert Cook Library (See Contact Us).
This package provides access to over 800 journals in the Sciences, Technology and Medicine
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