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Edward G. Miner Library

Otolaryngology: Databases & Resources

Key Databases


Bibliographic (Article) Databases

  • PubMed@UR Provided by the National Library of Medicine, the PubMed database searches over 21 million biomedical citations from the MEDLINE database and select life science journals.
  • Embase   Indexes more than 8,500 peer-reviewed journals for users looking for drug, medical device, and disease-related information.
  • Web of Science This database indexes over 12,000 scientific journals including meeting abstracts. 
  • APA PsycINFO Extensive coverage of literature on psychology and related fields.

Evidence-Based Practice Databases

  • Cochrane Library Access to high quality, evidence-based medical literature. The database searches Cochrane systematic reviews, clinical trials, and other resources.
  • Trip Pro Find high quality clinical research evidence

Point of Care

  • UpToDate Evidence-based summaries on a variety of clinical topics, drug information powered by Lexidrug, and a collection of medical calculators.

Search help or research assistance from a Miner librarian, please contact the library or fill out the Literature Search Request form.

Jackler Otologic Atlas (Freely Available)


Keyword Otolarynology : books, images, multimedia, procedure videos, patient education, review and cases.


Keyword Otolarynology : books, images, multimedia, procedure videos
videos, patient education, review and cases.

Keyword Laryngoscope :  books, images, multimedia, procedure videos, patient education, review and cases.



ClinicalKey is a clinical search engine providing over 500 full text journals, over 1000 reference books, procedures videos, and more.

Search Otolaryngology : books, journals, guidelines, produre video & image, and patient education.



Head mirror

 Open Access resources to otolaryngology residents and interested medical students a centralized resource for information on specialty and subspecialty choice, tips on a successful match, educational links and resources, including the surgical video atlas.