NIC’s biomedical information services

Pandita, Naina (2007) NIC’s biomedical information services. In: Telemedicine Workshop, 18 Jan 2007, Cuttack, India.

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The paper brief ly describes the biomedical information services of the 17th International Medlars Centre (Indian Medlars Centre – IMC) and highlights the transition of these service to an “open access’ mode. IMC offers the medical professionals with free access to peer reviewed Indian biomedical journals through its databases, IndMED and medIND. IndMED, a bibliographic database of over 70 peer reviewed journals and its full-text version, medIND provides the professionals with a one-point access to Indian biomedical literature. IMC’s OpenMED@NIC archive ( is an open access tool providing self archiving pla tform for medical professionals.

EPrint Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords:Biomedical Information Services, Indian Medlars Centre, Databases, Medical Professionals
Subjects:Information Science > Data Collection
Information Science > Medical Informatics
Information Science > Information Storage and Retrieval
Information Science > Information Centers
Information Science > Information Services
ID Code:2109
Deposited By:Mrs Naina Pandita
Deposited On:04 May 2007

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