Databases: Ergonomics abstracts
Ergonomics Abstracts is a unique online resource and reference tool developed as a result of the continuing collaboration between the Ergonomics Information Analysis Centre at the Taylor & Francis Ergonomics Resource Facility at The University of Birmingham, and Taylor & Francis. It is edited by Chris Baber, supported by the Ergonomics Information Analysis Centre editorial team. It is a focused, comprehensive, and international abstracting service, spanning the world of ergonomics and human factors. Due to the changing frames of reference in modern scientific research and application, Ergonomics Abstracts is an invaluable and rich source of information for any professional needing information not only on mainstream ergonomics, but also on related material from psychology, physiology, biomechanics, job design, human-computer interaction, safety science, human engineering, medicine, occupational health, sport and transport. Subscribers to Ergonomics Abstracts have at their fingertips the current selection of abstracts plus an extensive archive dating back to 1985, which contains all abstracts in this vastly expanding field. The wealth of research information available amounts to a global directory of over 130,000 records, which is regularly updated.