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CINAHL Complete is a resource for nursing and allied health professionals, students, educators and researchers. Indexing, abstracts, and full-text from nursing and allied health journals. The base CINAHL with Full Text is paid for by ResearchIT and the CT State Library.
Excellent neuroanatomy and neurophysiology tutorial and review. Note: this link goes to the Intermediate level. There are also Beginner and Advanced levels. The entire site is also available in (Canadian) French.
Need a stats review? This free online course is the equivalent of a stats course, with an automated StatTutor program for online practice and review. You can review the whole course or individual sections without registering, though your work will not be saved. Also see Introductory Statistics from OpenStax, open (free) textbooks.
Over 250 video demonstrations with narrative descriptions in an online tutorial. It presents the anatomical foundations of the neurologic exam and provides examples of both normal and abnormal conditions as exhibited by patients.
Written in plain language and including helpful illustrations, the tutorial provides users of toxicology resources, including the NLM chemical and toxicological databases, with a basic understanding of the subject. ToxTutor introduces toxicology by covering dose and dose response, toxic effects, interactions, toxicity testing methods, risk assessment, and exposure standards and guidelines.
Worried about losing access to CINAHL and MEDLINE when you graduate? See these tutorials from the National Library of Medicine on PubMed for Nurses. PubMed has the same content as MEDLINE, and significant overlap with CINAHL.