Training and Support
What is Embase?
What are the main benefits of Embase?
What is Embase Classic?
If using MEDLINE, do I need Embase?
- Over 2000 journals not indexed on PubMed, especially from countries outside North America
- Over 300,000 conference abstracts from 1000 conferences each year (since 2009)
- In-depth drug and medical device indexing based on the Emtree Life Science thesaurus, which has over twice as many terms as the PubMed (MEDLINE) thesaurus (MeSH)
If I have Scopus, do I need Embase?
However, since Scopus does not make use of the Embase thesaurus (Emtree) to facilitate synonym mapping and hierarchical searches, search results can be significantly less than on Embase. For example, a Scopus search on “heart attack” misses records mentioning “myocardial infarction” or indexed using the Emtree term “heart infarction”. In addition, Embase subheadings are not available on Scopus, so that it is not possible to limit drug searches (for example) to records focusing on adverse effects.
How do I stay up to date with Embase?
How current is Embase?
How is Embase indexed?
How do I find out about pricing?
Are usage statistics available?
Embase: Searching for Evidence-based-medicine
Wednesday, May 22 2013, 16.00 – 16.45 CET (Amsterdam)
All of Medline included.
5 million records and 2,000 journals not covered by Medline also included.
Over 1,800 journal titles provide a data feed of not-yet-published Articles in Press.
More than 5,000 titles deliver not-yet-fully-indexed In Process records.
Access 2,500+ conferences and more than 800,000 conference abstracts. Each year, over 300,000 new conference abstracts are indexed.
Locate almost 2 million biomedical and pharmacological citations, drawn from over 3,000 international titles.
Guides and Manuals
Below you’ll find a collection of whitepapers, customer stories and reports that we’d like to make available to you.
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