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I am working in Medical Institute and want to have more collection on Medical subjects, so can anyone  help me in this regards please

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Dear Mr. Neado Khalil,
Thanks for your post. There are varied types of Medical literature and sources according to specialities &/or requirements. Since you have not mentioned the type of your organization, I am providing names of certain general sources. However, it all depends upon how you can highlight your requirements and to what extent you are able to convince the respective organizations.
The organizations are:
WHO, SEARO, New Delhi
WHO Head Quarters at Geneva
IARC, Leon, France
UNICEF Office at New Delhi
ICMR, New Delhi
NIN, Hyderabad
CDC, Atlanta, Georgia USA
NIH/NIAID Bethesda, Maryland, USA
VHAI, New Delhi
Min of Health & FW, & DGHS Govt. of India, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
These are a few among the potential sources. As I understand, Many of their publications are available in the web as well.


Siddhartha S. Ray, Calcutta

Here are some Open access e-resources for Medical Sciences

American Society for Microbiology
Bentham Open Access
BioMed Central
Cochrane Library
Current Science
DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)
Free Medical Journals
IJPP (Indian Journal of Physiology
and Pharmacology)
Journal of Biosciences
Journal of Genetics
Journal of Medical Society
mBio (microbiological sciences)
Open Access Theses and Dissertations
PMC (Pub Med Central)
ScienceDirect Open Access
Scientific Research
SpringerLink Open Access
Wiley Open Access

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Thank you very much Sir Siddhartha Shankar Ray, Jo tonXing and Mr.Bharat H.Sondarya

and  for your guidance and suggestions. All of these are too helpful

By the way, I have forgotten one extremely important source for Indian Medical journals. The Indian Medlars Centre at National Informatics Centre, New Delhi.


Siddhartha S. Ray, Calcutta

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