An EBSCO database providing access to full-text journals in various disciplines, including science, psychology, and medicine.
A database of emergency medicine e-books, clinical cases, procedural videos, case presentations, images, and board review Q&A. Check out this resource and let us know what you think.
A collection of 90+ e-books, including Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine and the Lange medical book series, plus board review Q&A, and selected Case Files.
A collection of 30+ e-books, board review resources, and selected Case Files.
A collection of 30+ e-books, board review Q&A, and selected Case Files.
8+ hours of video footage presenting step-by-step physical examination techniques.
A growing collection of 290+ journals covering all aspects of biology and medicine.
Statistics, news, and fact sheets about diseases, public health, and epidemiology from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
A medical search engine with a collection of 1000+ e-books, 600+ e-journals, drug information, and procedural videos.
A database of drug information, including case reports, pharmacokinetics, contraindications, pill identification, safety alerts, and more.
An EBSCO database of education research, including access to full-text journal articles.
A point-of-care clinical tool that assists in diagnosis. It contains 9,000 diagnoses, 400+ decision support tools, 1,300+ high-quality photographs, 1,900 diagnostic tests calculators and more. Check out this resource and let us know what you think.
A website offering information on 9800+ residency and GME programs, searchable by state, institution, or specialty.
A search engine for scholarly, peer-reviewed literature from a variety of disciplines, including science and medicine.
An interactive program that guides students step-by-step through dissection procedures, using real cadaveric photographs. Includes 4700+ anatomy quiz questions.
A database of scientific journal titles ranked by impact factor and number of citations.
An e-book collection of core titles in osteopathic medicine, including Foundations of Osteopathic Medicine and Atlas of Osteopathic Techniques.
An EBSCO database with thousands of full-text articles and general reference resources.
25+ board review e-books from the First Aid Test Prep series, and 100+ medical reference and textbooks.
A biweekly journal of pharmaceutical reviews and clinical information.
Consumer health information, including physician directories, a medical encyclopedia, and videos.
A database of herbal medicines, dietary supplements, and other alternative therapies, along with an evidence-based rating system.
A searchable list of the 280+ health and science databases provided by the National Institutes of Health and National Library of Medicine.
Step-by-step video demonstrations of 122 OMT procedures, provided by the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians.
A searchable database of osteopathic medical internships, residencies, and fellowships.
A digital library of osteopathic medicine, featuring historical documents and an index of contemporary osteopathic journals, including selected full-text articles.
A database of full-text articles from 430+ medical and scientific journals, plus access to MEDLINE citations and EBM reviews.
More than 25 million citations for scientific and medical journal articles, with links to full-text content.
A database providing full-text articles from 80+ medical and scientific journals.
2000+ color illustrations and clinical images from Gilroy's Atlas of Anatomy.
A collection of databases covering toxicology, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and toxicogenomics.
Detailed information on 300,000+ scholarly journals and other periodicals.
A clinical resource designed to provide physicians with concise answers at the point of care. Integrates with VisualDx.
Exam prep for the USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK, and Step 3. Includes 11,000+ questions covering all disciplines and organ systems on the exams.
A visual database of 25,000+ images to assist with differential diagnosis at the point of care. Integrates with UpToDate.