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Unique collection development tool featuring the most extensive database of expert reviews of books, eBooks, and software in the health sciences, now with over 25,000 reviews.
Bibliographic information on over 130,000 book, eBook, and software titles in 140 specialties.
Weekly email reporting on new reviews and new titles in your areas of interest.
NEW! - Discover e-versions of books available from your favorite aggregators!
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NEW! - Includes Doody's Core Titles 2011
Annual subscription allows up to 5 users at your institution to sign up for their own weekly updates.
Quick and Advanced search engines; List Manager to create, store, share and e-mail lists of titles.
Manage your subscription online: add/delete users; print invoices and submit payments.
"I just wanted to let you know how delighted I am with [upgrading my subscription to Doody’s Core Titles® to a] subscription to Doody’s Review Service after only a month’s use. It’s been an enormous timesaver. The ability to limit to e-books is one we use a lot – and the convenience of seeing which platforms offer any ebook is just wonderful. It makes ordering so much easier when we can weigh ebook cost with which suppliers. The other librarian working with me and I love the capability of saving and annotating lists that we can then share. Do I ever wish I had done this sooner! I’ve been a big fan of DCT for years. Now I’m an even bigger fan of DRS."
Susan Gerding Bader, MLS, AHIP-D
Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing

"I do want to let you know how much I appreciate Doody’s Review Service. I can't begin to tell you as a coordinator of collection development how great this resource is! All of our librarians have access on their computers and the ability to do targeted searches to find the best resources for our budget has been a real timesaver!"
Deborah Ruck
Medical College of Wisconsin

"I am the library liaison to the School of Public Health and am the primary selector for public health and related books.  However, my primary responsibilities involve managing Serials & Electronic Resources which limits the amount of time I can spend on book collection development.  I depend on Doody’s weekly email alert to stay on top of my collection development responsibilities.   I have my profile set up for the subject areas for which I collect and find all of the information useful, not just the reviews.   Doody’s is essential because it saves me time and helps me stay up-to-date.   I also find the articles written by featured librarians interesting."
Shirley Rais, MLS
Loma Linda University, University Libraries

"The subject selectors at Dalhousie University's health sciences library rely on Doody's Review Service to help with print and ebook collection decisions. The site is easy to navigate and the expert reviews are both unbiased and trustworthy. Thanks for the great product!"
Gail Fraser
Dalhousie University's W.K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library

"I use Doody’s reviews to alert me to highly rated titles that I might want to add to our collection.  On occasion, I use the core titles list to check our holdings in specific subject areas."
Gina Kaiser
Coordinator of Technical Services, University of the Sciences

"Doody's is a great resource for collection development and assessment. It's our first stop for finding new titles in medicine and allied health. We are eagerly anticipating future enhancements that will integrate our lists with titles by specialty so we can more easily assess the coverage and currency of our collection."
Medical Librarian, medical library in Texas

"Doody’s [Review Service] is my go-to resource when making collection development decisions. I like the fact that [titles that are listed in] Doody Core Titles and Brandon Hill are easily identifiable. The search interface is easy to navigate, too.  It’s a valuable tool for me – I use it several times a week!"
Medical librarian from a hospital library in Ohio

"Doody’s is an essential tool for collection development in our library system. It is imperative each year that our limited funds for purchasing books are spent on the most essential titles. The Doody’s ratings are important for assessing what should be acquired. The weekly Doody’s [e-mail] provides  the most comprehensive overview of new titles and editions that were recently published and serves as a collection development checklist. We like to use Doody’s for creating lists for subject analysis of our collections and determining gaps that need to be filled."
A librarian from a Midwest academic medical center library

“I find my subscription to Doody’s Review Service extremely useful in determining what to purchase and whether or not I already own the title. Doody’s is the first place I look before checking vendors. It makes my life so much easier.”
Liaison Coordinator
Academic Medical Center library in the South