Available NOW!! EMBASE Searching for the UU Community

Christy Jarvis

Christy Jarvis
I can help you navigate the scholarly communication ecosystem, including: where to publish; how to comply with funder public access requirements; how to manage your scholarly profile, and measure your research impact. I provide instruction on author rights, copyright and Fair Use, and the ethical use of information. I am also responsible for the Eccles Library's collection of information resources, including books, journals, and databases.

You asked for it. We got it!! The Eccles Library is excited to announce that Embase is now available to University of Utah faculty, staff, and students.

Are you searching for reliable, peer-reviewed information on topics such as …

  • Drug development or use
  • Toxicology
  • Drug safety / adverse reactions
  • Clinical trials
  • Evidence-based medicine
  • Medical devices
  • Pharmacoeconomics
  • Preclinical reports
  • Biomedical science
  • Regulatory affairs

… then Embase is the database you’re looking for!!  Widely recognized as an authoritative source for generating systematic reviews, Embase’s comprehensive indexing of trial and study types, reviews and meta analyses, enables maximum searchability.  Full text indexing with Emtree, the detailed life science thesaurus, ensures that you locate trade, generic and chemical designations for drugs, medical device trade and manufacturer names, disease names and more.

Want to learn more? Check out this brief video tutorial: Getting Started with Embase.   If you would like one-on-one assistance with designing searches or planning a systematic review search strategy, please contact the Library to schedule a consultation with one of our information experts.