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5-minute Consult provides access to guidance on diagnosis, treatment, medications, and related issues for multiple diseases and conditions.
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Watch Dr. Robert Acland, Professor Emeritus of Surgery, University of Louisville School of Medicine, as he shows and explains anatomical movement within each region of the body in these online videos.
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BAS Library, from the Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS), provides full text of the Biblical Archaeology Review (975 to present), Bible Review (1985–2005), & Archaeology Odyssey (1998–2006). Also included are the New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations, Vol. 5, 4 of BAS’s best-selling books published in collaboration with the Smithsonian, & select video lectures by noted scholars. The publisher is providing ODU with free access to this database through December 2020.
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Provides clincal skills videals on physical examination techniques as well as online clinical reasoning modules.
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Portal to clincial and educational content, with multipmedia options for online teaching, learning, and practice.
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Mergent Online is a suite of global business and financial information products, including U.S. & international company data & annual reports.

Provides access to detailed company information, such as institutional holdings, insider transactions, detailed perspectives on a company's financial position, including annual reports. Also provides industry analyses.
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ProQuest built this database in response to the rapidly growing need for authoritative content related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
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