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Description

AccessMedicine from McGraw Hill is a database resource that provides students, residents, clinicians, researchers and other health professionals with access to the full text of the current editions of nearly 70 medical textbook and reference titles with updated content and thousands of images and illustrations.  The database also includes interactive self-assessment tools, 150 case files (from the Lange Case Files series, edited by Eugene Toy, MD), diagnostic and point-of-care tools, a comprehensive search platform, and the ability to view from, and download content to, a mobile device.

Updated frequently by expert physicians, AccessMedicine provides access to the information necessary for completing evaluations, diagnoses, and case management decisions, as well as for pursuing research, medical education, or self-assessment and board exams review.

The full database is accessible and includes:

  • 21 core “Clinical Library” textbooks and reference works (including: Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, Goodman and Gilman’s The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, Schwartz’s Principles of Surgery, and Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine).   
  • The Lange Educational Library with 19 basic science titles and 29 clinical science titles (including the complete “Current Diagnosis and Treatment” series).


Dates Covered

Continuously updated.


Print Counterpart

Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine; Goodman & Gilman's The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics; Schwartz's Principles of Surgery; Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine; and many other titles.


Contact

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Last Update

3/17/2014