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There are several medical research projects and journal sites accessible to citizens in Australia. Students, scientists, and researchers can find all the relevant news and research tools online.

Gale Health and Wellness

This site provides access to thousands of medical journals, handbooks and multimedia channels. This public health resource is suitable for researchers at all levels. It provides information on various health-related issues, such as information on diseases and disorders, as well as authoritative coverage of alternative health research in Australia.

Informit Health Collection Library

Users can access this informative library from the comfort of their homes. The content on the site focuses on articles that are relevant to Australian citizens. This database indexes journals and books on thousands of Australian health topics. The library has been around since 1977.

Researchers rely on this platform to conduct thorough research on the risks involved with the spread and prevention of harmful diseases in a community.

ProQuest Health & Medicine Access from Home with Library Membership

The search engine on the site combines the names of clinical research in the library with the names of consumers and health management. Researchers can find diagrams, graphs, charts, tables, and photographs related to medical research.

The coverage includes biomedical science, microbiology, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, immunology, pharmacology, psychiatry, and dermatology.

PubMed Central

This free resource is available to everyone around the world. The full-text research articles are aimed at supplementing medical research and studies in the area. Users can get a subscription to access the articles in the database.

All its contents are available in full text. PubMed Central (PMC) is a digital archive of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the journal literature of biomedicine and life sciences. Currently, the database has more than a thousand journals.

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