Collection of plastic and reconstructive surgical content including e-books, journal articles, teaching videos, and a training center Q&A to assess subject knowledge. Note: You do not need to create a personal account to get off-campus access.Access: Help:
Provides access to drug information: products, comparisons, toxicology, identification, MSDS, and calculators. Access to a mobile version (mobileMicromedex) is also available. For instructions from the main Micromedex page, click on "Download Mobile Apps" on bottom right of the page.Access: Help:
Website and a discussion platform focused on supporting residents through the complexities of training with a collection of resources targeted to their specific needs. Materials have been mapped to 14 common residency rotations in internal medicine, each including a brief topic overview, links to landmark clinical trials, review articles from NEJM and other sources, and a selection of test questions from NEJM Knowledge+. Sections called Rotation Prep and Learning Lab provide educational tools, while Resident Lounge and Career offer guidance in personal and professional development.
Note: To access the full suite of resources, you must create a personal account while on campus or through our NEJM subscription from off-campus.Access: Help:
Searchable archive of over 4.3 million theses and dissertations from around the world.Access: Help:
OLDMEDLINE (1950-1965) represents journal article citations from two print indexes: Current List of Medical Literature and the Cumulated Index Medicus.
The Library also provides access to OLDMEDLINE through PubMed. To search for all citations that originated from the OLDMEDLINE print index sources, regardless of their status, search jsubsetom in PubMed.Access: Help:
Produced by the National Library of Medicine (NLM), this portal provides links to learn more about opioid-related topics including prescribing, overdose, medications to treat addiction, and recovery. Searches are retrieved through NLM resources, including PubMed, Drug Information Portal, MedlinePlus, NLM Catalog, and DisasterLit.Access: Help:
Access to citations in MEDLINE (including in-process & other non-indexed citations) with links to participating online journals. Off-campus users should login with NetID when prompted.
If you need to save searches, set up autoalerts, or create a project workspace, you may create a personal account at the Ovid Website. Click on the "My Account" link in the top right corner of the page to create and access your account.Access: Help:
Note: The Popline database was officially retired on September 1, 2019.
International collection of population, family planning, and related reproductive health and development literature. Many documents are unique to the collection and are unavailable elsewhere.Access: Help: