Duke Medical Center Library & Archives
September 2021 Archive
Check out ClinicalKey's Enhancements
Posted On: Tuesday, September 28, 2021 - 16:38 by Brandi Tuttle
Have you noticed the newly designed front page for ClinicalKey? There have been some massive changes to the resource beyond just a facelift. Read on for more info and tips to get the most out of this great resource!
First, in case you are unfamiliar, Elsevier’s ClinicalKey is a medical search engine that gives you access to:
- Full-text reference books (over a 1000!) and journals including top titles such as Gray’s Anatomy, Goldman’s Cecil Medicine, Braunwald’s Heart Disease, The Lancet and Mayo Clinic Proceedings
- Clinical Overviews that provide succinct, easy-to-navigate summaries for quick answers
- Drug monographs
- Clinical calculators
- Practice guidelines
- Customizable patient education handouts
- Drug indications, do not...
Give Feedback to NIH on Resources and Tools
Posted On: Sunday, September 26, 2021 - 13:09 by Megan von Isenburg
The Office of Portfolio Analysis at the NIH is requesting feedback from the scientific community about many online resources and tools, including NIH-created tools such as PubMed and ClinicalTrials.gov as well as external tools, such as library databases. This is an excellent opportunity to share feedback on what tools you use as well as how you use them. The request for information is summarized below and also available online. The response deadline is October 15th, 2021.
Information is being sought on the experience using scientific data sources and tools that may include, but are not limited to the...MORE
Test Your Visual Diagnostic Skills!
Posted On: Thursday, September 16, 2021 - 16:49 by Brandi Tuttle
Ready to test your medical diagnostic skills with visual clues (photos, radiographs, EKG, pathology slide, etc)? Using Harrison's Visual Case Challenge, via AccessMedicine, this just got easier! Each challenge presents a case that includes two conditions for each patient, you can make the diagnosis solely based on the visual information provided or you can request more information on the patient before making your diagnosis. Clinical Pearls provided make sure you understand the content. Currently there are nearly 70 covering a variety of general internal medicine topics with more coming!
Here's how you can get started:
- Go to AccessMedicine (if you are off-...
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