Online Medical Research
We are pleased to suggest other sites which may be useful to people interested in medical malpractice issues. We are not affiliated with any of these other sites and thus are not responsible for their content.
Here is a link to an excellent article on how to do medical research online, which was written by Janabeth Evans, R.N., R.N.C., a nurse consultant who specializes in finding medical information for lawyers: http://www.attorneys-med-serv.com/medinf.html
Here are some helpful research sites:
Centers For Disease Control
This is a large site from this federal agency which contains info about diseases, injuries, disabilities, prevention guidelines, and specific population information.
Food and Drug Administration
A site for information on drugs and medical devices.
Harvard Medical School Library
A very good medical library web site.
This is a gateway consumer health information web site from the United States government, Dept. of Health and Human Services. It can lead you to selected online publications, clearinghouses, databases, web sites, and support and self-help groups, as well as the government agencies and not-for-profit organizations that produce reliable information for the public.
The Merk Manual is a very well known and popular general purpose medical reference book, now on line and searchable. It’s useful for consumers, lawyers, and health care professionals.
National Cancer Institute
A great place to start for information about cancer.
National Library of Medicine
Offering free unlimited Medline searches, this site is sponsored by the federal government and the prestigious National Institutes of Health.
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