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Special PubMed for HINARI
HINARI users can search and access full-text articles directly from the Pubmed (Medline) database. There are two options.

Retrieve citations to all articles about a subject. Some of these articles may not be available online, or may not be accessible to HINARI users.

Retrieve citations only to articles which are accessible through HINARI.

From the HINARI menu, click on "Search for articles through PubMed (Medline)". Enter the subject of your research (MeSH term, keyword) and then click Go to retrieve available citations. Change the display to "Abstract" and click on the Display button. Citations which are accessible to HINARI users will have a HINARI link button. Click on the button to go directly to full-text of the article.

To retrieve only citations with HINARI or free full text links :

Search PubMed for : e.g. Dengue AND (loprovhinari[sb] OR free full text[sb]) then click Go. Change the display to "Abstract" and click on the Display button. All citations will now have links directly to the full-text article.

Health InterNetwork
The Health InterNetwork was created to bridge the "digital divide" in health, ensuring that relevant information - and the technologies to deliver it - are widely available and effectively used by health personnel: professionals, researchers and scientists, and policy makers.

Launched by the Secretary General of the United Nations in September 2000 and led by the World Health Organization, the Health InterNetwork has brought together public and private partners under the principle of ensuring equitable access to health information. The core elements of the project are content, Internet connectivity and capacity building.
Health InterNetwork Access to Research Initiative
As the first phase of making vital health content available, the Health InterNetwork provides here a vast library of the latest and best information on public health: more than 2,000 scientific publications, one of the world's largest collections of biomedical literature.

This collection is available through the efforts of WHO together with the 6 biggest biomedical publishers: Blackwell, Elsevier Science, the Harcourt Worldwide STM Group, Wolters Kluwer International Health & Science, Springer Verlag and John Wiley. It has been described by WHO Director-General Dr Gro Harlem Brundtland as "perhaps the biggest step ever taken towards reducing the health information gap between rich and poor countries."
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