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MS3 Clerkships: Information Resources: OB/GYN

Information resources for clinical clerkships for 3rd year medical students.

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Full-text collection includes clinical and basic science information, guidelines, patient education, etc.

Access Online


Evidence-based, point-of-care drug and disease information.

Access Online


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.

Access Online

All Clinical/EBM Databases

Recommended Resources

Research Articles

Key Textbooks




Clinical Care

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.

DynaMed Plus
Clinical Care

Description: Access drug, disease, and diagnostic information.
Access: Courtesy of Himmelfarb Library.
Instructions: Access DynaMed Plus then click on 'Get the DynaMed Plus Mobile app' in the menu at the top of the screen and enter your email address. Download DynaMed Plus app to your device then open email message and click on the 'authentication key' to activate your app. Note: you can use the same email to active DynaMed on up to three devices; the emailed authentication key is good for 48 hours.


Clerkship Contacts

Clerkship Director

Kristen Gorelik, MD

Clerkship Coordinator

Nykiah Betts

The Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library
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