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Full-text collection includes clinical and basic science information, guidelines, patient education, etc.
Evidence-based, point-of-care drug and disease information.
Integrated clinical information tool searches extensive full-text holdings for clinical answers in journal articles, books, and videos. Searchable by keyword as well as disease, finding, procedure or drug. Published by Elsevier. 2007 - Present.
All Clinical/EBM Databases
Includes links to Himmelfarb's full-text journals and the Himmelfarb Library's EBM filters:
- Systematic Reviews
- Practice Guidelines
- Randomized Controlled Trials
- Cohort & Case Control
- Background / Reviews
Includes links to Himmelfarb's full-text journals. To focus search for EBM articles:
-Limit to English and recent years
-Limit by age group if applicable for topic
-Limit by publication type:
- Systematic Review
- Meta Analysis
- Practice Guideline
- Controlled Clinical Trial
- Multicenter Study
- Randomized Controlled Trial
Case Files Internal Medicine, Fifth Edition by
Call Number: RC66 .C36 2017
Publication Date: 2016-09-23
Locations: Book Stacks (Himmelfarb Basement Level) & Online (Click title to access)
Instructions: Create free personal account to access all materials.
Medicine Shelf Exam via BoardVitals
Questions/answers to study for shelf exams. Features include timed exam conditions, individualized study recommendations, and exam study tips. Instructions: Access BoardVitals and then create personal account.
Description: Clinical reference tools including Quick Medical Diagnosis & Treatment, Fitzpatrick's Clinical Dermatology, Diagnosaurus 2.0, and Pocket Guide to Diagnostics Tests.
Instructions: Access AccessMedicine and click in the right-hand menu to create a free personal My Access account. Download the app and then login with your personal account login/password. For continuous access to the app, sign in to AccessMedicine's web platform using your My Access account at least once every 90 days using either on- or off-campus access to the library's institutional account.
Description: Access drug, disease, and diagnostic information.
Access: Courtesy of Himmelfarb Library.
Instructions: Access DynaMed, then click on 'Sign in' followed by 'Register now' and create a personal DynaMed account. Next, open the DynaMed app, select Sign in, and provide your personal DynaMed username and password.