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Serials Solutions, a ProQuest business, is working with Teton Data Systems (TDS) to make the premier healthcare e-resource STAT!Ref® discoverable via the Summon service.  Metadata for more than 400 resources in STAT!Ref from a wide variety of respected publishers and societies covering more than 60 healthcare-related disciplines will be indexed in the Summon service.

STAT!Ref includes full-text titles and journals as well as authoritative evidence-based point-of-care resources such as ACP PIER, ACP Medicine, and MedCalc 3000.  A complete list of titles available in STAT!Ref and resources by discipline is available on the STAT!Ref website as well as information about the many titles available through STAT!Ref that are on the Doody’s Core Titles (DCT) list. 

This resource is widely subscribed to by libraries including many current clients of the Summon service.  The addition of STAT!Ref expands the vast coverage of medical and health related content in the Summon unified index.  Using the Summon service’s powerful discipline-scoping search features researchers can easily zoom in on authoritative medical content across broad disciplines such as anatomy, dentistry, medicine, nursing, nutrition, pharmacology, pharmacy and more.

23 May 2013

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