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Ovid Announces Biomedical Collection IV and Mental Health Collection at LITA/LAMA

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Ovid Announces Biomedical Collection IV and Mental Health Collection at LITA/LAMA

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At the joint Library and Information Technology Association and Library Administration and Management Association (LITA/LAMA) conference in Pittsburgh last month, Ovid Technologies, Inc. announced the availability of Ovid Biomedical Collection IV, the company's fourth full-text set of biomedical journals in an ongoing database series, and the availability of the Ovid Mental Health Collection, the fifth set in the series.

Biomedical Collection IV Building upon the Ovid Core Biomedical Collection and Biomedical Collections II and III, Biomedical Collection IV includes the full text and graphics of 15 important journals:

Anesthesia & Analgesia

Annals of Rheumatic Diseases

Archives of Diseases in Childhood.

Archives of Family Medicine

Archives of Otolaryngology

Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine

British Journal of Ophthalmology

Critical Care Medicine

Diabetes Care

Journal of the American Board of Family Practice

Journal of the American Society of Health Pharmacists

Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, U.K. Volume

Journal of Medical Genetics

Journal of Trauma

Occupational and Environmental Medicine

Ovid's Biomedical Collections are the foundation of the company's strategy to provide searchable content of an entire document, including full text, charts, illustrations, and photographs. All current collections are fully linked to each other, as well as to MEDLINE enabling a user to jump from the reference section of an article in one Collection to the corresponding full text of an article in another Collection. This use of clickable hypertext results in easier, more thorough searches from the desktop, according to Ovid.

"The interconnectivity of our Biomedical Collections is what separates Ovid from other full-text offerings, especially on the World Wide Web, where information is extremely disparate," said Mark Nelson, president and chief executive officer at Ovid. …

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