A rich source of biomedical information drawn from textbooks, drug guides, practice guidelines, patient education material, and health news. Contains the full text of more than 60 medical books, including Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, Hurst's The Heart, and the LANGE Basic Science and Clinical Science Series. Access Medicine also includes an impressive audio-visual index of clinical and biomedical images, graphs, sound recordings and videos, including an Image of the Day and Video of the Day section.
Contains the full text of more than 30 textbooks, as well as monographs on drugs and supplements, case studies and care plans, molecular-level animations, functional calculators, patient handouts, and more. Search across all of this content or browse by core curriculum topic or organ system. A mobile version and practice tests are available once a personal account is created.
Integrates a wide variety of high-quality resources for the study of physical therapy: textbooks, images, animations and videos, drug information, lectures, references to primary literature, and more. Search by keywords or browse the content by core topic, modality, or therapeutic goal. Students can choose practice tests based on selected textbooks or on the National Physical Therapy Examination. Orthopedic Case Studies provide yet another avenue for learning.
Clinical Key combines 12 types of content to support evidence-based clinical care. It covers all medical and surgical specialties, and provides access to more than 900 current-edition books; 500 top journals; thousands of images, illustrations, and videos; drug monographs; and more. After creating a personal account, users can build a reading list, save searches, and use the features of the Presentation Maker.
Goldminer is a radiological image database that provides access to approximately 250,000 images from 262 peer-reviewed journals. Search by keywords or by medical terms such as the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) used by the National Library of Medicine. Searches can be limited by age, gender, imaging technique, or anatomy. Goldminer is mobile device-friendly. It is provided by the American Roentgen Ray Society, and is free for personal, non-commerical use.
Through this user-friendly interface, researchers can access more than 280,000 scientific images drawn from Springer publications, images.MD, and other sources. These include clinical images, tables, figures, line art, and more. A variety of limits, such as image type and subject area, can be applied to quickly find relevant results. Once logged in, users can create image sets and easily download them in .pdf or PowerPoint format. Lewis Library does not have a full subscription; to see only the images available for download, check the "accessible images" box either before or after conducting a search.
NYU Virtual Microscope
Created by the NYU School of Medicine, the Virtual Microscope displays slides related to histology, parasitology, pathology and more as well as practice exams and the ability to create slide collections for educaitonal use.
DermAtlas contains over 12,000 dermatology-related images, advanced searching capabilities, practice quizzes and a differential diagnosis tool.
Encyclopedia of Life
Sponsored by Harvard, the Smithsonian and the Biodiversity Heritage Library, among others, the EOL features photos, videos, maps and encyclopedia entries of plants, animals and microorganisms from around the world.
Produced by the Rand Corporation (of Rand Texas Statistics), this site includes videos, recorded conference calls, podcasts and more on a variety of subjects of potential interest to UNTHSC students and faculty including climate change, food deserts, early childhood education, healthcare reform and much more.
American Medical Association Multimedia
The AMA's multimedia content includes videos on a wide range of medical subjects, including interviews with JAMA authors, medical procedures and diagnostic scenarios, as well as audio files and interactive graphics.
Annals of Internal Medicine Multimedia
From the American College of Physicians, Annals multimedia content includes inteviews with authors, podcast summaries of Annals issues and much more.
Videos from the distinguished science journal focus on interviews with authors and featured scientists.
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