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McGraw-Hill online e-resource of over 60 medical titles including Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine.
AccessMedicine® from McGraw-Hill is an innovative online resource that provides students, residents, clinicians, researchers, and all health professionals with access to more than 60 medical titles from the best minds in medicine, updated content, thousands of images and illustrations, interactive self-assessment, case files, diagnostic tools, a comprehensive search platform, and the ability to view from and download content to a mobile device.
Updated frequently and expanded continuously by world-renowned physicians, AccessMedicine provides fast, direct access to the information necessary for completing evaluations, diagnoses, and case management decisions, as well as for pursuing research, medical education, or self-assessment and board review.
Clinical References and Medical Education Resources
The Clinical Library comprises respected and revered medical titles such as:
Clinical search resource expanding MDConsult by providing access to full-text articles from over 500 journals, 1,000 medical books, 2,500 procedural videos, clinical trials, practice guidelines, drug information, patient handouts, images, and point-of-care content from First Consult and Vitals.
ClinicalKey includes the MDConsult database but also adds hundreds of additional eBooks, eJournals, guidelines, videos, images, First Consult, Procedure Consult, and more into one platform with expanded content:
Books – over 1,025 of Elsevier’s medical and surgical reference books
Journals – over 500 of Elsevier’s medical and surgical journals
Procedures Consult – all Procedures Consult content and associated procedural videos in various specialties
First Consult – over 800 Point-of-Care clinical monographs
Drug Monographs – over 2,800 clinical pharmacology drug monographs from Gold Standard
Patient Education – over 15,000 patient education handouts
Clinical Trials – all clinical trials from the ClinicalTrials.gov database
Practice Guidelines – over 4,000 practice guidelines
MEDLINE – fully indexed MEDLIINE abstracts
Multimedia – over 13,000 medical and surgical videos and over 5 million images
DynaMed™ is the next-generation clinical reference resource clinicians use to get answers to clinical questions quickly and easily. Content is written by a world-class team of physicians who synthesize the evidence and provide objective analysis. Features include overviews and recommendations, graphics and images, precise search results every time, expert reviewers, specialty content and mobile access.
A clinical reference tool created by physicians for physicians and other health care professionals for use primarily at the 'point-of-care'
Clinically-organized summaries for nearly 3,000 topics
Updated daily and monitors the content of over 500 medical journals
Research and scholarly output included here has been selected and deposited by the individual university departments and centers on campus.
The repository is a service of the Loma Linda University libraries. Research and scholarly output included here has been selected and deposited by the individual university departments and centers on campus.
Contains Campbell Systematic Reviews, a collection of peer-reviewed online monographs summarizing international research evidence on the effects of interventions in crime and justice, education, international development, and social welfare.
Campbell Systematic Reviews is the peer-reviewed online monograph series of systematic reviews prepared under the editorial control of the Campbell Collaboration. Campbell Systematic Reviews follow structured guidelines and standards for summarizing the international research evidence on the effects of interventions in crime and justice, education, international development, and social welfare.
The CultureGrams series is a cultural reference site used in education, government, and non-profit arenas.
Beginnings in 1974, the aim of CultureGrams has been to foster understanding and appreciation of the world's countries and peoples by creating and publishing concise, reliable, and up-to-date cultural content. Today the CultureGrams series is one of the most trusted and widely used cultural reference and curriculum products in the education, government, and non-profit arenas. In 2004, the CultureGrams product line was acquired by ProQuest LLC, a global leader in collecting, organizing, and distributing value-added information to researchers, faculty, and students in over 160 countries.
ProQuest LLC and Brigham Young University
PEDro is the Physiotherapy Evidence Database, a free database of over 44,000 randomized trials, systematic reviews and clinical practice guidelines in physiotherapy
For each trial, review or guideline, PEDro provides the citation details, the abstract and a link to the full text, where possible. All trials on PEDro are independently assessed for quality. These quality ratings are used to quickly guide users to trials that are more likely to be valid and to contain sufficient information to guide clinical practice. PEDro is produced by the Institute for Musculoskeletal Health, School of Public Health at the University of Sydney and is hosted by Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA).
Institute for Musculoskeletal Health, School of Public Health at the University of Sydney
PharmacyLibrary features content from APhA's authoritative textbooks, an interactive NAPLEX® review, a collection of 250 Active Learning Exercises, case studies, PharmacotherapyFirst, and a variety of news sources.
PharmacyLibrary features content from APhA's authoritative textbooks, an interactive NAPLEX® review, a collection of 250 Active Learning Exercises, case studies, PharmacotherapyFirst, and a variety of news sources. All these resources are available on one comprehensive search platform using a sophisticated semantic search feature that allows users to retrieve relevant information quickly. PharmacyLibrary includes:
Case study answer keys (located in the supplemental materials tab for each case study)
Supplemental material for the following books: Pharmacy Ethics, Building Core Competencies in Pharmacy Informatics, Medication Errors, Spanish for the Pharmacy Professional, and Essentials of Cultural Competence in Pharmacy Practice (these materials can be found either in the supplemental materials tab for the chapters where material is available or from the book’s table of contents)
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PROSPERO is an international database of prospectively registered systematic reviews in health and social care, welfare, public health, education, crime, justice, and international development, where there is a health related outcome.
DescriptionPROSPERO includes protocol details for systematic reviews relevant to health and social care, welfare, public health, education, crime, justice, and international development, where there is a health related outcome. Systematic review protocols on PROSPERO can include any type of any study design. Reviews of reviews and reviews of methodological issues that contain at least one outcome of direct patient or clinical relevance are also accepted. Key features from the review protocol are recorded and maintained as a permanent record. PROSPERO aims to provide a comprehensive listing of systematic reviews registered at inception to help avoid duplication and reduce opportunity for reporting bias by enabling comparison of the completed review with what was planned in the protocol.