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HAPI - Hispanic American Periodicals IndexRestricted to faculty, students, and staff at The University of Missouri
HAPI - Hispanic American Periodicals Index indexes articles from over 575 journals on all aspects of life in Central and South America, Mexico, the Caribbean and Hispanics in the United States. [more]


Hazardous Substance Data BankAnyone can use

Peer-reviewed information on over 4700 chemicals including information on poisoning, toxicity, environmental fate and exposure, chemical/physical properties, standards and regulations, monitoring and analysis, and safety and handling. A subset of 390 chemicals, WISER (Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders) is available for downloading to Palm OS PDAs. [more]


Haz-MapAnyone can use

Track occupational exposures by chemical, disorder, or occupation. Learn which occupations have a higher risk for which diseases, as well as the chemicals commonly encountered in different lines of work. From the Specialized Information Services branch of the National Library of Medicine. [more]


HCUPnetAnyone can use

An interactive tool for identifying, analyzing and comparing statistics on hospital inpatient care. Uses the data from the Nationwide Inpatient Sample (NIS) of over 1000 hospitals. Also includes data from the State Inpatient Database (SID), representing inpatient care in community hospitals in 36 states (including Missouri), which represents more than half of all U.S. hospital discharges. Create and export tables on costs, demographics, mortality, length of stay, and insurance coverage for diseases or medical procedures. From the U.S. Agency for Health Care Research and Quality. [more]


Highwire PressRestricted to faculty, students, and staff at The University of Missouri

Search the full-text of almost 1 million articles hosted by Highwire Press; journals from major scientific societies like PNAS, American Journal of Physiology, Journal of Biological Chemistry are fully searchable back to their inception as early as 1899. [more]


HISTLINEAnyone can use

The HISTLINE history of medicine database is no longer available. Historical journal articles can be searched in PubMed; the books and book chapters formerly found in HISTLINE have been moved to LocatorPlus. All books, book chapters, and journal articles from 1964-1993 formerly found in HISTLINE can also be found in the print resource, Bibliography of the History of Medicine, in the reference collection at the Health Sciences Library. [more]


Historical AbstractsRestricted to faculty, students, and staff at The University of Missouri

Secondary sources (journal articles, dissertations, some books) on the history of Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa, with some links to full text. [more]


Household Products DatabaseAnyone can use

Links over 4,000 consumer brands to health effects from Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), including automotive, personal care, gardening, home care, and craft products. Search by product/ingredient, or browse by product category or manufacturer. Based on the Consumer Product Information Database. Copyright 2001 by DeLima Associates. From the National Library of Medicine. [more]


HSRProj (Health Services Research Projects in Progress)Anyone can use

HSRProj is a database of description of in progress research funded by federal and private grants and contracts. This database is maintained by the U.S National Library of Medicine. Permits the download of bulk data. [more]


HSRR - Health Service and Sciences Research ResourcesAnyone can use

Contains information about research and statistical datasets, instruments/indices, and software used in Health Services Research and the Behavioral and Social Sciences . [more]


HSTAT (AHCPR Supported Guidelines)Anyone can use

This resource is a collection of documents relevant to the study of health services and health technology. The contents of this collection include: evidence-based reviews from the AHTQ "Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality", protocols from the SAMHSA "Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration", preventive medicine recommendations from the USPSTF, "U.S Preventive Services Task Force", Consensus Reports, guidance and research on the methods from the AHRQ effective health care program, as well as archived guidelines and reports. This collection was created and is maintained by the National Library of Medicine (US). [more]