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Essential Evidence Plus
References on Tap
3D Human Anatomy & Physiology
Register for a personal profile to use AccessMedicine. The mobile version of AccessMedicine provides access to Harrison’s Online, Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, Fitzpatrick’s Color Atlas, drug monographs, guidelines, and more. If you don’t already have a personal profile, just follow the four easy steps below to get started!
1. Visit www.accessmedicine.mhmedical.com from a computer within your institution
2. Click on “Sign In" on the top right
3. Complete the registration form, create your username and password, click “Save” and log out.
4. Log into AccessMedicine by visiting https://go.openathens.net/redirector/sc.edu?url=http%3A%2F%2Fm.accessmedicine.com from your mobile browser.
EBMcalc references hundreds of medical journal and textbook articles comprising a wide array of medical equations, clinical criteria sets and decision trees. From this literature EBMcalc creates interactive versions of these resources to aid in learning Evidence-Based Medicine.
Mobile access to EBMcalc is via the STAT!Ref app. To install the app, access EBMcalc on a computer and follow these instructions. The STAT!Ref app also provides access to Stedman’s Medical Dictionary and AAFP Conditions A-Z. (Provided by PASCAL, Partnership Among South Carolina Academic Libraries.)
Essential Evidence Plus allows users to simultaneously search via keyword a number of evidence-based resources, such as the 5 Minute Clinical Consult, Cochrane Systematic Review abstracts, decision support calculators, and practice guidelines.
Subject guides are created by librarians for students and faculty at the USC School of Medicine. Each guide will lead you to journals, databases, books, evidence-based medicine resources, patient information, and much more.
There are a variety of drug information apps available from Micromedex, including IBM Micromedex Drug Ref, IBM Micromedex Drug Int., IBM Micromedex IV Comp., IBM Micromedex NeoFax, IBM Micromedex IV Comp., and IBM Micromedex® Pediatrics.
1. Access Micromedex.
2. Next, select the Micromedex box on the right.
3. On the Micromedex home page, select Mobile Application Access in the upper right.
4. Select Micromedex Native Mobile Apps and follow the activation instructions.
A mobile-friendly website for searching Psychiatry Online. Creation of a free “MY POL” account is required for use. To enable your mobile device for off-campus use, you must link your device to your My POL account with the institutional instructions here.
References on Tap is an application for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad for searching PubMed, PubMed Central, Google Scholar, JSTOR, LOC, arXiv and Web Of Science. To retrieve full text articles, School of Medicine users need to go to Settings and use this URL for the proxy resolver. https://login.pallas2.tcl.sc.edu/login?url= %@
SciFinder Mobile allows researchers to use web-enabled smartphones to search the Chemical Abstracts Service databases and Medline. Using SciFinder Mobile, you can search chemical name/formula, author, and subject to retrieve articles, patents, and chemical properties.
SciFinder Scholar is available from Thomas Cooper Library at USC Columbia. To register as a valid USC Columbia user visit: http://guides.library.sc.edu/more_information/SciFinder. Once registered, visit scifinder.cas.org/mobile on your device to access SciFinder Mobile.
3D Human Anatomy and Physiology Online (Anatomy.tv), the complete student study tool for anatomy and physiology created by Primal Pictures Inc., is now available on tablets. It includes interactive 3D anatomy, narrated animations, pronunciation guides, interactive learning activities, case studies, and quizzes. (Not viewable on mobile phones.)