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Podiatric medicine: Databases and Journals

This is a guide for Podiatric Medicine Students including information on databases, journals, referencing and more.

Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy

Acland's consists of over 300 anatomical videos using cadavers, narrated by Dr Robert Acland.

Examples of Acland's images


Have you used ClinicalKey yet?

ClinicalKey is a clinical search engine produced by Elsevier. It supports clinical practice by quickly providing relevant information from a range of sources. 

ClinicalKey includes:

  • More than 600 full-text journals
  • More than 1,100 eBooks
  • Drug Monographs from the Australian Medicines Handbook
  • Practice Guidelines
  • Patient Information
  • More than 22,000 videos and more than 2.7 million images, all of which can be used in lectures and coursepacks

Watch a brief introduction to ClinicalKey below. Contact the Medical and Dental Librarians for more information or training.


You must sign in to OneSearch to access our full range of resources.

Use OneSearch to search the for the following resources at once:

  • UWA print collection
  • ebooks
  • journal articles
  • exam papers
  • CMO materials
  • newspaper articles
  • conference proceedings
  • law reports
  • music scores
  • and more

Search help for Medline & Cinahl

These guides provide tips on searching each database strategically, using subject headings.

Can't find it at UWA? Get It

If you are a Postgraduate or Honours student and UWA does not have a journal article or book you require you can request it using the Library's Inter-library loan and document delivery service Get It.

Place a request via Get It and we will obtain a copy from another library for you.

UWA Library


Welcome to the Podiatric Medicine guide! This guide will help you find information for your course. Click on the tabs to navigate.

Using Databases


Podiatric Medicine Journals

Search OneSearch for journals by their title. If online access is available search within the journal by using its search function.