This A-Z list of our database subscriptions allows you to browse all the resources available to you; if you're unsure where to start, try sorting by "Subject" to see the recommended resources for your research needs.
Research (citation) database. PubMed, an international biomedical database created by NCBI, comprises over 21 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE (the largest component), life science journals, and online books. To limit to full text, run your search, and then click the Bastyr icon on the right-hand side under Filter Your Results.
Ulrich's comprises detailed information about journals, including whether or not it is scholarly. Look for the term, Refereed, which is used interchangeably with peer reviewed, in the Basic Description box.
Easy-to-use online mapping with data on demographics, health, incomes & spending, quality of life, education and more in communities across the US. Particularly useful for thesis/capstone research, grants and public policy administration. This is the free version; not all features will be available.
Indexes over 20,000 journals from the early 1900s to the present. Citation tracking allows you to trace the influence of an article through the articles that cited it. Full reference lists help you locate similar items.
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