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New Consumer Health Complete Interface and Content Coming Soon

Wednesday, April 13, 2022

In Spring 2022, EBSCO will release several new enhancements to its Consumer Health Complete database product, provided to all Wisconsin residents through BadgerLink. In addition to an infusion of new and updated content, the dedicated search interface will offer an improved user experience. No action is necessary as the transition to the new interface will be seamless.

New and updated content includes:

  • An updated collection of nearly 340 health reference e-books and encyclopedias, including the McGill Medical Guide and reference books on diabetes, infectious diseases and medical conditions
  • 300 updated animations with transcripts, metadata and subjects
  • Hundreds of updated pamphlets
  • 70 updated health reports

New interface features include:

  • Simple search, including ability to filter results by source type, subject, publication date and publication name
  • Ability to browse trending topics within popular health categories, including:
    • Aging
    • Children, Youth & Families
    • Diseases
    • Environmental & Public Health
    • Nutrition and Exercise
    • Pregnancy & Childbirth
    • Substance Abuse
  • Ability to browse evidence-based health reports, drug information, natural and alternative treatments, and medical images and diagrams
  • Quick Find feature that provides easy access to an A-to-Z list of health reports on common diseases, conditions and injuries
  • Ability to save articles to Google Drive or password-protected personal folders
  • Text-to-speech for HTML articles to assist struggling readers, auditory learners and those developing English-language proficiency
  • Full-text translation in more than 30 languages for HTML articles
  • Option to export citations to RefWorks, NoodleTools, EasyBib and other bibliographic management platforms
  • Ability to view, save, print and email citations in many different formats

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