ADA Library & Archives
The ADA Library & Archives is your source for lifelong learning.
Members have access to an array of services and resources, from help conducting research to document delivery, our expertise will point you to the most relevant journal literature and databases to benefit your dental practice and career. Our growing collection of electronic journals and research databases provides extensive resources about the dental profession and compliments the ADA archives. Contact us at 800.621.8099 or firstname.lastname@example.org for help or more information.
New databases available to ADA members and staff:
ADA members and staff now have access to a new database of full-text journal content detailing all aspects of healthcare administration.
Use Health Business Elite to get the full-text journal content for more than 600 journals, including Harvard Business Review (available back to 1922), Marketing Health Services, Modern Healthcare. Additional content includes healthcare company profiles and a rich collection of images, photographs, illustrations, charts, diagrams, maps and graphs.
Health Business Elite
Search DISCOVERY to access the entire ADA Library & Archives collection of electronic journals, ebooks, and databases. Results include journal articles and ebook chapters. Access subscribed content directly from search results.
Browse List of ADA Library & Archives eJournals and eBooks. Browse collection A-to-Z by title.
eJournals and eBooks
Search MEDLINE Complete: full-text database of over 2300 journals in the biomedical and health sciences.
Search The Cochrane Library: database of systematic reviews for dentistry, human healthcare, and health policy.
Search DynaMed Plus: point-of-care database providing clinical information, including evidence-based topical summaries, drug information, clinical calculators, and images.
Search CINAHL Complete: full-text database of over 5500 journals in the allied health and nursing professions.
Search PubMed: Contains more than 27 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Results include links to full-text content from PubMed Central and publisher websites. ADA members can access ADA Library & Archives’ subscriptions by signing into the ADA website before searching PubMed.