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Do you need a clinical scenario around which to frame your learning objectives? These sources provide access to cases and frequently include access to supporting text and multimedia materials.
All materials are licensed by Himmefarb Library for use in instruction. Cases can be hyperlinked from Blackboard using durable links; durable links provide consistent access to materials from Himmelfarb Library's online collection. Durable links:
- Provide access from on- and off-campus locations.
- Do NOT require instructors to obtain copyright permission in order to use materials.
- Can be used in Blackboard as well as in other course materials.
Himmelfarb Library provides instructions and information on creating durable links. For assistance with durable links, please contact Laura Abate (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you are considering posting files of copyrighted works in Blackboard, please consult the Blackboard Copyright Chart and/or the Copyright Research Guide to ensure copyright compliance.
Questions? Contact Laura Abate (email@example.com or 202-994-8570)
Provides access to basic sciences and clinical cases drawn from Case Files series; Pathophysiology of Disease (McPhee, 6th ed.); and, Hurst's Imaging Cases.
Surgery cases drawn from the Case Files series.
Interactive web-based cases give students the opportunity to practice diagnostic skills by 'asking' the patient questions, 'performing' a physical exam, and 'ordering' laboratory tests. To get a complete list of available cases, contact Alexandra Gomes (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Symptom to Diagnosis: An Evidence-Based Guide (Stern, 2nd ed.)
Case-based chapters designed to support clinical thinking and focused around specific symptom (e.g. abdominal pain, acid-base abnormality, etc.).