Boost your biomedical research
Embase supports your work
Embase has unique and comprehensive journal and conference coverage for all your biomedical informatics needs. In-depth indexing makes it easy to find answers, and customizable e-mail alerts that send out regular updates support tracking and automate the retrieval of information. Whether you are doing systematic reviews, monitoring the literature to make informed decisions in evidence-based medicine or are engaged in pharmacovigilance and post-market monitoring of your products, Embase is the ideal solution for you.
The right database for rigorous reviews
Embase is a key resource for biomedical evidence, from published, peer-reviewed literature, in-press publications and conference abstracts. Widely recognized as an authoritative source for generating systematic reviews, Embase's comprehensive indexing of trial and study types, reviews and meta analyses ensure maximum searchability.
Direct access to key information
When you search with Embase, you find the answers you want quickly, without having to wade through whole articles. We achieve this thanks to our policy of full text indexing of drug, disease and medical device data. Retrieve the precise data you need, presented in context and proceed with confidence.
Customizable alerts to keep you informed
Embase is designed to help you track the issues that interest you. It's easy to automate the retrieval of information. Simply customize and save daily, weekly, monthly or even yearly alerts and let the data come to you.
More journal coverage than any other database
If you're searching MEDLINE, you're only seeing part of the picture. Embase provides unparalleled coverage of the biomedical literature, with over 28 million records from over 8,300 currently published journals. Embase includes over 6 million records and 2,500 journals that are not covered by MEDLINE. That's not all — thanks to Embase Classic, you have access to data going back to 1947. Each year many new journal titles are added to Embase - please use the Journal Title Suggestion Form to suggest new titles.
Unique conference coverage, unlike any other database
Embase includes conference abstracts from all the important biomedical, drug and medical device conferences dating back to 2009. It currently indexes over 1,000 conferences covering 300,000 conference abstracts each year — advanced information you will miss if searching MEDLINE alone. Download a list of all covered conferences here (XLSX document).
Support for critical biomedical research functions
What is your role in biomedical research? Embase is designed with critical biomedical research functions in mind: medical librarians performing systematic reviews of drug and medical device literature; corporate and governmental safety and risk managers; information managers involved in competitor monitoring; and pharmacovigilance and drug safety researchers.