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 “My AccessMedicine” 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 http://m.accessmedicine.com from your mobile browser.
The Essential Evidence Plus search engine 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.
End-users must create their Personal Profiles from a computer within the USC IP range.
Registration for a personal profile is found under the My Account tab on the homepage.
Step 1: Go to Essential Evidence Plus from your USC Computer.
Step 2: Click on “My Account” in the top menu
Step 3: Click on “Register” in the “Access Your Personal Profile” box
Step 4: Fill out the “Personal Profile Registration” form
Step 5: Confirmation
Once you have established a Username and Password, EE+ can be accessed from anywhere on your mobile device by simply logging-in to http://www.eeplus.mobi/m.
First Consult is featured point-of-care content found within ClinicalKey. A data connection is required for the initial content download and content updates, but is not required to use the app itself – making First Consult’s answers available anytime, anywhere.
1. Using a computer, go to ClinicalKey and create a free personal account.
2. Using your iPhone or iPad, go to iTunes to download the First Consult App.
3.Upon downloading the app, select the option ‘I use First Consult and know my user name’ and enter your ClinicalKey user name and password to start using the First Consult app.
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.
The Free Micromedex Drug Reference for Internet Subscribers app for Apple, Android, and Windows 8 devices is available for FREE for Micromedex customers.
You can access these apps via the iTunes® App Store (Apple devices), Google Play® (Android devices) or the Windows Store® (Windows 8 devices). Android users only: the app is called Free Micromedex Drug Reference in the Google Play store.
You can activate the app by following the simple instructions below.
1. Using your computer, while in Micromedex 2.0 online, select the Download Mobile Apps link near the bottom of the page. A page will load with passwords for each of the mobile apps.
2. Using your mobile device, visit the iTunes App Store (Apple devices), Google Play Store (Android devices) or the Windows Store (Windows 8 devices) and search for "Micromedex," or click on the appropriate "Free Download" link below (next to the corresponding app store icons below).
3. From all the Micromedex app results, select Free Micromedex Drug Reference for Internet Subscribers (Apple devices and Windows 8 devices) or Free Micromedex Drug Reference (Android devices). You may be prompted to enter your Apple, Google or Windows ID.
4. The app should download directly to your device. (If you visited the iTunes App Store on your PC rather than your device, you may have to sync your device to iTunes on your PC, in order to load the app onto your device.)
5. Open the app on your device. Enter the password to begin using Free Micromedex Drug Reference for Internet Subscribers. The password is case-sensitive.
Stay current by reading the most recent issues (past 6 months) of our Ovid-subscribed journal content. You can also add articles to a personal reading list for later use, even offline.
2. If your device is connected to the School of Medicine wireless network, open the OvidToday App and click "Let's get started" and follow the instructions.
3. You need to create a free Ovid Personal Account to use the app.
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 instructions here. There is also a Mobile Device Access Guide with screenshots of the steps.
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 go here: http://184.108.40.206.pallas2.tcl.sc.edu/scifinder/index.html. Once registered, visit scifinder.cas.org/mobile on your device to access SciFinder Mobile.