Unrestricted access to research papers at EMBASE.com (European Medline)

  1. Post Unrestricted access to research papers at EMBASE.com (European Medline)

    EMBASE.com is a massive database of pharmacological and biomedical literature providing access to over 17 million EMBASE and MEDLINE records taken from over 6,500+ journals from 70+ countries. This indexed database is more useful than Medline as it includes all of the records MEDLINE has indexed plus comprehensive international coverage.

    As EMBASE.com is a convenient index of research papers, a method for unrestricted internet access for those serious about the science of the body is provided herein.

    Please note that onsite access to this database is available to all who desire to visit their local university library. I am only providing a means to access the database offsite and by doing so I am not providing a password or access to an individual account. Rather I am simply providing a well known University acronym which may be entered upon registering a free account. All major universities have one and they often provide it to all who visit their library.

    To create a free full access account:

    1. Go to http://embase.com/
    2. Click the "Register" link at the top of the page.
    3. Fill out the registration form.
    4. Enter "univrome" without the quotes as the Subscription Key.

    Once subscribed you may login at any time with your username and password. You do not need the above-mentioned subscription key. When you search, the abstracts are available with a full text link. Many full text links require only a subscription to that journal (often free), while others require a pay-per-view fee for access.

    Hopefully this information is posted in the proper forum (I am new here) and will be helpful to someone.

  2. Post ScienceDirect full text access

    The full text of many of the abstracts resulting from an embase.com search can be accessed from ScienceDirect by clicking "Full Text from ScienceDirect". However one must first be logged on to Science Direct (http://www.sciencedirect.com).

    Science Direct contains the full text articles from more than 2000 Journals such as The Lancet, Cell and Tetrahedron Letters. The articles are available in text format or PDF format. It is a great resource and may be used either in conjunction with embase.com or by itself. Access is granted through academic institutions with off campus access granted via a username and password provided by the subscribing academic institution.

    Fortunately LSU Health Sciences Center has made their username and password available online. It can be found by going to: https://www.lsuhsc.edu/library/ where the following information is listed at the bottom of the page:

    Go to http://www.sciencedirect.com
    (1) User name LSUHSC
    (2) Password: access05

  3. Very cool!

    Thanks for sharing Meow.

  4. Awesome, thx!

  5. nice find buddy.

  6. I have access from my library as well but there are particular articles that I cannot get to. Do you have an updated username and pass for your database? Might as well have two for when I can't get on with mine.


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