Resources for Emory Healthcare Staff

Visit one of these library locations for immediate access to University Library collection of resources.

Click here to view a list of electronic journals licensed for EHC staff (Note: This list does not include journals in EBSCO databases that are licensed for EHC).

Highlighted Resources

PubMed: Database of the National Library of Medicine that includes more than 28 million citations of biomedical literature. Look for the "Find It @ Emory" button to access full text. 

AccessEmergency Medicine: Books, case files, drug information, videos

AccessMedicine: Books, case files, drug information, videos

AccessPhysiotherapy: Books, case files, drug information, dissection

AccessSurgery: Books, case files, drug information, videos

ClinicalKey: Guidelines, drug and disease information (Use this link at non-EHC computers)

DynaMed Plus in the VDT (Use this link for off-campus access): Guidelines, critical appraisals of evidence, calculators

FA Davis PT Collection

Isabel: Differential diagnosis generator

Joanna Briggs Institute: selected clinical topics in evidence based recommended practices, evidence summaries, best practice information sheets, systematic reviews, and more

Lexicomp (Licensed by Emory Healthcare): Access is available onsite at EHC facilities. Drug information and interactions, pill identifier

Ovid MEDLINE

STAT!Ref: Full text of 20 clinical medicine textbooks as well as drug, coding, and reference works.

uCentral: Hopkins ABX Guide and other books

How to...

Find articles on a subject: Search PubMed @ Emory from anywhere

Access full text articles or specific journal titles: use "Find It @ Emory" button

Explore evidence of best practices

Request copy of article

Browse journals using eJournals:  For an Excel listing of journal titles licensed for EHC, click here (Note: This list does not include journals in EBSCO databases that are also licensed for EHC).

Ask for library assistance: WHSC Library's Ask-A-Librarian service 

Resources for Emory Network Private Practice Providers

  • DynaMed Plus (on the EHC network only) is a point-of-care tool for diagnosis and therapy information, guidelines, calculators, and drug information. Download the mobile app or set up mobile access for free.
  • ClinicalKey (on the EHC network only) provides ebooks, guidelines, drug and disease information. 
  • PubMed is a premier biomedical database which provides abstracts of major peer-reviewed publications and a number of "open access" or "free full text" articles. Register for a free "MyNCBI" account to save searches or article citations for later retrieval.
  • For additional library-licensed resources, use a computer at one of these library locations.
  • PubMed Central is a free full text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM).
  • Loansome Doc allows users to order full text copies of articles from a medical library (local fees and delivery methods may vary) as permitted by publisher agreements. Users must register to use this service.
  • Pay-per-view article services are available from many of the major publishers.
  • Check with your professional associations about resources for members.

Mobile Access for EHC Resources

  • DynaMed Plus: Emory's license provides access for your iPhone/iTouch/iPad, Android or Blackberry device. Click here for installation information. 
  • ClinicalKey: the app allows users to access ClinicalKey's eBooks, journals, drug monographs, guildelines, patient education, multimedia and Procedures Consult. First go to Emory's subscription of ClinicalKey and register for an account, located in the top right corner of the page.  Then go to iTunes or Google Play and download the app.  Login with the profile you created on Emory's subscription of ClinicalKey. 
  • Lexicomp (Licensed by Emory Healthcare): Access is available onsite at EHC facilities. At the Lexicomp online introductory page, there will be a button located at the upper right side of the page called "Mobile App Access." This is where users can link to the mobile app installation instructions. 
  • uCentral: Visit Emory's Unbound Medicine and click on the Mobile link just below the uCentral banner and register for an account. Once you have registered, go to either App Store, Google Play (Android) or Blackberry World and download uCentral. When the uCentral app has been installed, you will be prompted to login with the account you created on Unbound Medicine and the Emory subscription-based app will be installed on your device.