At STAT!Ref, we have many different types of customers and users. Any individual or institution that seeks current, reliable healthcare information, would benefit from a STAT!Ref subscription.
Check out the customizable SOLUTIONS we have to fit anyone's needs and budget.
Here is a sampling of our most frequent users:
- Doctors (surgeons, physicians, pediatricians, psychiatrists, etc)
- University/College Professors
- Medical Center/Hospital Librarians
- University/College Librarians
- Military Personnel
- Government and Public Health Personnel
Read what others are saying...
"Thank you for putting together such a user-friendly website. It's extremely instinctive and easy to use. Thank you for making research much easier!"
-- Anne, OMS III, Arizona Health Information Network
"I find Stat!Ref to be my go to online reference. I no longer need to buy textbooks or keep my office cluttered with them."
-- Martin Tien, MD, Southwest Medical Associates
"Anatomy.tv is a great resource during A&P I and II. Especially for visual learners, it is a great tool to be used as an additional technique to study for exams."
-- Gina, Nursing Student, Colby Sawyer College
"I like the following aspects of StatRef: The display of titles in an A-Z format, with the choice of viewing by discipline, the custom filter, allowing searching by evidence-based medicine, and the very large selection of titles from which to choose."
-- Emily, Medical Librarian, Deaconess Hospital
"Stat!Ref is outstanding. Your program has been an invaluable resource for my care plans and drug research."
-- Jeff, Nursing Student, Collin College
"Anatomy.tv is a great tool for our dental hygiene students to study head and neck anatomy. It is especially useful for our online students who don't have the benefit of visual learning in the onsite classroom setting. Head and neck anatomy – bones, muscles, nerves, arteries, etc are tough to visualize and this tool definitely aids the visual learner. I like the layering capability to allow students to study and review selected areas and then 'put it all together' for an overall impression. Another good piece of teaching technology to place in our toolkit. Thanks!"
-- Lisa, Department Head - Dental Hygiene Program, Community College
"I have worked at institutions with subscriptions to STAT!Ref for many years. There is one specific resource that I find indispensable from STAT!Ref and that is ACP's PIER. I provide library instruction to 3rd year medical students and all Internal Medicine residents and PIER is the evidence based product that I emphasize with them. In addition I find that it provides me with a quick research tool to quickly identify the significant literature for clinical questions so it has become an integral part of my literature review process."