web creation software

Remote access to
  online digital resources

International online databases

Our online databases are available to all students, faculty and staff of the Medical University of Sofia for direct access from the University Internet network or via remote access, provided by the Central Medical Library. External users can access the databases from the library’s internet network on site.

To request remote access to the above e-resources, please send us a complete application form: 

Bibliographic and citation-based databases

• Web of Science (Clarivate)
• Scopus (Elsevier)
• SciVal (Elsevier)

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Full-text eJournals

• JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association)
• Nature.com
• SpringerLink
• Science Direct (Elsevier)
• MEDLINE Complete (EBSCO)
• Dentistry & Oral Sciences Source (EBSCO)
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Full-text eBooks

• ProQuest eBook Central
• EBSCO eBook Collection
• ScienceDirect (Elsevier)  

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Video, images and 3D

• 3D interactive anatomy platform
BioDigital Human (Wolters Kluwer)

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CML's Online Resources

The Central Medical Library has set up and continues to actively update the following digital resources:  


Contains nearly 2000 mono-graphs, articles, lectures, dissertations and other research papers by lecturers from the Medical University – Sofia and by other leading Bulgarian medical professionals (available only in Bulgarian). Access is free.

‘Bulgarian psychiatric literature‘ digital library

Joint initiative of the Department of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology at the Medical University – Sofia and the Central Medical Library (available only in Bulgarian). Access is limited, please email: i_miteva@cml.mu-sofia.bg.

Journals issued by the Library

Free access to the abstracts of the journals published by the Library.

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