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AccessMedicine: Access Medicine Home

What is AccessMedicine?

 provides medical students with a variety of resources for their studies and clerkships.

  • Medical textbooks – Including the latest editions of the world’s most respected medical texts such as, Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine and CURRENT Medical Diagnosis & Treatment
  • Multimedia Library - examination and procedural videos, patient safety modules, audio files, and animations are available, including videos illustrating fundamental medical concepts drawn from Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine.
  • Differential Diagnosis Tool – Connect to more than 1,000 diagnoses through Diagnosaurus®, a tool that saves you time by allowing you to browse by symptom, disease, or organ system at the point of care.
  • Self-Assessment – Extensive Q&A from leading references such as Harrison’s Self-Assessment and Board Review,  and the LANGE  series, to assist students and residents in exam preparation.
  • Integrated Drug Database – Look up dosing, indications, and adverse reactions quickly for generic and brand-name drugs, with customizable, with printable patient handouts presented in English and Spanish.
  • Cases – A selection of cases from across the popular Case Files series and Pathophysiology of Disease helps medical students better understand and evaluate real world experiences by offering questions to frame the case and the approach to the patient.
  • Downloadable Images – Tens of thousands of photos and illustrations to aid in visual diagnosis are available to save and download to presentations for educational purposes.

AccessMedicine Overview

The original version of this guide was created by Rebecca Hines, M.L.I.S., Education Librarian & Assistant Professor at Des Moines University Library.  She generously gave me permission to use hers as a template for this guide.

Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine and College of Pharmacy
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