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Midwifery: Getting Started
Explore library resources for the Midwifery program at McMaster.
This guide has been developed to identify library and internet resources that support the learning objectives of the Midwifery Program at McMaster University. If you find a resource that you feel might be appropriate, please send an email to Laura Banfield, including the full URL of the resource and a brief description.
The small lock iconbeside a link indicates this is an online library resource. When you click on the resource link from off-campus you'll be redirected to a login page. Login using your MacID and password to access the content.
These resources should get you off to a good start. For a more comprehensive list, explore the other pages of this guide.
The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist of Canada.
Effective January 3, 2017, full access to JOGC content published after January 1, 2016 (including Clinical Practice Guidelines, Committee Opinions, Technical Updates, and all articles) is a benefit of SOGC membership.
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UpToDateEvidence-based decision support tool for clinical point-of-care
* On-campus use only
Note: The School of Medicine holds a subscription that includes remote access for medical students. It is facilitated through MedPortal.
Use these resources to search across multiple databases.
AccessssAccessss (formerly MacPLUS) Federated Search is designed to find the best evidence-based answer to your clinical questions by simultaneously searching the leading evidence-driven medical publications and high quality clinical literature.
Search the Library Catalogue
Search across the collections of all McMaster's libraries to find ebooks, print books, journals, databases and more.