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MS4 Clerkships: Information Resources: Welcome

Welcome

Welcome to the MS4 Clerkships Research Guide!

For each of the anesthesiology, emergency medicine, and neurology clerkships, you'll find information resources to support your education and patient care.  For each clerkship, you will see

  • Best Bets - the top 2-3 full-text resources for your searches.
  • Key Textbooks - the best textbooks for education and study.
  • Mobile/Handheld - apps for your phone or ipad so you can access information 24/7.
  • Recommended resources - additional sites and/or tools identified by clerkship directors.
  • Research articles - links to PubMed and MEDLINE.

Good luck!

Shelf Prep Materials

The following sources have been recommended by GW medical students

Find specific shelf prep materials on each clerkship tab. 

GW MFA Epic Access

MFA Epic login via desktop/laptop computer

  1. Check that VM Horizon is installed on your computer; to download VM Horizon software, access https://mypc.mfa.gwu.edu
  2. Double-click on VM Horizon Client icon on your computer's desktop.
  3. Click on 'New Server' on the top-left of the window OR double-click 'Add Server', then enter the name of the Connection Server: mypc.mfa.gwu.edu and click on Connect.
  4. Enter your MFA Network login/password then click on 'Login'.
  5. A virtual desktop should display; double-click the icon for Epic and enter your Epic login/password.

Need assistance with your login/password: call MFA IT at 202-741-3636

Independent Reading: Recommendations

Subject Guide

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