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CINAHL Plus with Full Text
Contains full text for many of the most used journals in nursing and allied health..Significant neurology content.
- The US National Library of Medicine database. Covers medicine, nursing, bio-medicine, pharmacy and allied health.
MEDLINE with Full Text
Database providing full text coverage for 1,400 journals indexed in MEDLINE. A major source for neurological journals.
Contains citations from MEDLINE plus other life sciences journals and online books.
Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection (via EBSCOhost)
Comprehensive database covering topics in emotional and behavioral characteristics, psychiatry & psychology, mental processes, observational & experimental methods and more.With significant neurological content.
Browse all our CMCC print and e-journals here.
The digital equivalent of the peripheral nervous system is the “internet of things.” The technological equivalent of the brain is the "cloud,” an internet-connected group of powerful computers and processors that store, manage and process data. In between those two types of components is the spinal-cord equivalent, a new type of network called a “fog”. Morgera, 2018