DynaMed is a clinical reference tool created by a physician for physicians and other health care professionals for use primarily at the 'point-of-care'. Updated daily, with clinically-organized summaries for nearly 2,000 topics, DynaMed is the only evidence-based reference shown to answer most clinical questions during practice.
Now offers up to 20 AAFP or AMA PRA CME credits.
Includes numerous databases for finding references to articles on medical, nursing, allied health, psychiatric, alternative medicine, and health care administration topics. Also includes several hundred full-text journals.
This resource has been moved from MDConsult (it ended on Dec. 31, 2014) to ClinicalKey. At present, ClinicalKey is only accessible on-campus, or via the Swedish virtual private network ("Swedish Secure Gateway". If and when this situation changes, this information updated, and any link will be provided.
MD Consult ended on Dec. 31, 2014, replaced by ClinicalKey. At present, ClinicalKey is only accessible on-campus, or via the Swedish virtual private network ("Swedish Secure Gateway". If and when this situation changes, this information updated, and any link will be provided.
Our subscription currently includes MEDLINE, Evidence Based Medicine Databases, CINAHL, 250 full-text journals, and over 100 medical & nursing textbooks. A Quick-Reference sheet is available. A tutorial is also available.
Business, academic, education, and health databases. Includes local, regional & national newspapers. Includes: Ethnic News Watch, and CultureGrams. The latter is an online "atlas" of the world's countries, with information on each, including traditions, beliefs, history, and languages. To access:
Although free on the web, our version of NLM's Medline system has been set up to link to the full-text of online journals when available to the Swedish library ("LinkOut"). Be warned that many are only available on-campus.
13 medical, nursing, drug and allied health books - including ACP Medicine, ACP Pier, Stedman's Medical Dictionary, and the CPT, DSM-IV, and ICD-9-CM books.
A new resource for locating and connecting to journals is being prepared.