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New Resources

EMBASE backfiles

Coverage for EMBASE now extends back to 1947, the beginning of EMBASE. Users previously only had access to EMBASE data from 1974 forward.

This is important for anyone engaged in systematic reviews.

New England Journal of Medicine

Another new resource gives complete access to the New England Journal of Medicine, which began in 1812 as the New England Journal of Medicine and Surgery. From 1828-1928, the title was Boston Medical and Surgical Journal before it became New England Journal of Medicine in 1928.

Users can now read articles across the 205-year history of the journal.