TMA provides these links to help you locate appropriate and authoritative health information. Links are provided for educational uses only and are not intended to replace the advice of a health professional. Links include a carefully selected list of resources and are not to be considered comprehensive. See our selection criteria and disclaimer for further information.

 

  • Search Tools/Databases  - Meta-sites and databases for searching the medical literature or the Internet for health related information, such as PubMed and MEDLINEplus
  • Reference Shelf  - Medical dictionaries, e-books, encyclopedia, directories, and newspapers
  • Government  - State and national sites offering health and medical information for both physicians and patients
  • Consumer/Public Health  - Gateways to consumer health information on preventive medicine and a variety of diseases and conditions
  • Journal Links  - Links to many full-text journals and journal Web sites
  • HealthExceLynx  - Health care links for health professionals: Biotechnology, ethics, health policy, e-medical records, news, blogs, and so much more. 
  • Health in the News  - Tools for finding health and medical topics discussed in newspaper, print, and television news sources
  • Clinical Trials/Evidence-Based Medicine  - A variety of information related to clinical trials, practice guidelines, and evidence-based medicine
  • Drug/Pharmacy/Medical Device Information  - Consumer and professional information specific to pharmaceuticals
  • Alternative Health Practices  - Complementary and alternative health care information for practitioners and the public
  • Health Science Libraries  - National Library of Medicine and selected medical libraries in Texas
  • History of Medicine  - Resources for historical medical information
  • Publishing Information  - Copyright information, instructions to authors, citation practices
  • Spanish Language Health Sites  - Consumer health information in Spanish
  • Patient Education Audiovisual Materials -- Patient education materials that physicians can show in their waiting rooms or refer patients to online.
  • HHS Hospital Compare -- In this tool you will find information on how well hospitals care for patients with certain medical conditions or surgical procedures, and results from a survey of patients about the quality of care they received during a recent hospital stay.