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Medical systematic reviews, clinical trials, research studies, clinical answers, and more. Types of reviews: intervention reviews, diagnostic test accuracy reviews, prognosis reviews, qualitative evidence syntheses, methodology reviews, overviews of reviews, rapid reviews, and prototype reviews. Coverage dates: 1996 - present
Scholarly journals, ebooks, conference proceedings, and magazine articles in the fields of sports medicine, athletic training, coaching and education, orthopedics, exercise physiology, biomechanics, sports psychology, sports nutrition, and more. Coverage dates: 1985 - present
Extensive coverage in the areas of fitness, health and sport studies. Subject include: sports medicine, exercise physiology, biomechanics, sports psychology, training, nutrition and coaching, and many more. Limited to 4 users at once. Coverage dates: 1985 - Current.
Peer-reviewed journals, magazines, ebooks, conference proceedings, trade publications in the area of physical education, sports medicine, sports psychology, dance, and more. Coverage dates: 1970 - present
Research-based information on a variety of sports-nutrition related topics, including vegetarian athletes, college athletes, managing weight for athletes, and nutrition for injury recovery and rehabilitation. Features include printable client education handouts, meal plans, BMI and energy expenditure calculators, dietary supplement evaluations, and more. Coverage dates: Current
A biomedical database that focuses on drugs, pharmacology, medical devices, and clinical medicine. EMTREE is an index of subject headings (similar to PubMed's MeSH). Population, Intervention, Comparator, & Outcome (PICO) search available. Coverage dates: 1947 - present
Medically accurate and detailed 3D graphic rendering of human anatomy, including 3D models, dissections, imaging, clinical, physiology, and muscle function. Coverage dates: Current
What is grey literature? According to the NLM, it is literature "which is produced on all levels of government, academics, business and industry in print and electronic formats, but which is not controlled by commercial publishers."
A.k.a. unpublished materials.
Here is a research guide full of up-to-date and rich information about how to find grey literature: