Contains digitzed rare books, periodicals, and government publications from Canada from the 1600s through the 1940s, including The Montreal Medical Journal and others. Search the "Health and Medicine" collection.
Freely available digitized out-of-copyright books, journals and other material. This is a good resource for locating historical books (primary material). This site cannot perform full-text searches across all material. You have to open a specific book or other item and then do a full-text search only on that item.
This is a subset of the Internet Archive of selected historical medical material. The difference between this site and the Internet Archive is that the MHL lets you do full text searching across all the digitised content. This is a good resource for locating historical medical information embedded into more general primary historical works.
The Wiley Digital Archives: Royal College of Physicians collection brings relevant, rare and unique historical materials to researchers, students and educators across a variety of interdisciplinary fields and departments. The archive reflects the history and development of modern Western medicine, while documenting the interactions of the medical community between religious sects, monarchies, political systems and the general public.
This portal allows you to search all Adam Matthew databases held at McGill. For instance: Everyday Life and Women in America; Gender Identity and Social Change; Medical Services and Warfare; Popular Medicine in America, 1800-1900; Race Relations in America; Sex and Sexuality; Victorian Popular Culture.
Database of 2,000+ transcripts of counseling and therapy sessions and 44,000 pages of first-person narratives illuminating the experience of mental illness and treatment. Also includes secondary reference works material.