Announcement: WHSC Library has created a COVID-19 guide to support the healthcare professionals of Emory University and Emory Healthcare with timely content and resources.
Information is rapidly changing, there is vast amounts of it and accuracy is not guaranteed. If you are an Emory clinician, we welcome your feedback and suggestions.
Visit one of the clinical branch libraries for immediate access to University Library collection of resources.
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PubMed: Database of the National Library of Medicine that includes 30+ million citations of biomedical literature. Look for the "Find It @ Emory" button to access full text.
AccessEmergency Medicine: Books, case files, drug information, and videos. Includes Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine Manual, Goldfrank's Toxicologic Emergencies
AccessMedicine: Books, case files, drug information, videos. Includes Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine.
AccessPhysiotherapy: Books, case files, videos, and dissection. Includes Dutton's Orthopaedic Examination, Evaluation, and Intervention and Principles of Rehabilitation Medicine
AccessSurgery: Books, case files, drug information, videos. Includes Schwartz's Principles of Surgery
CINAHL (Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health Literature): Covers the literature of nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, nutrition and dietetics, and other health-related professions.
ClinicalKey: A collection of 1000+ books and 600+ journals, includes practice guidelines, 300+ Procedures Consult videos, and drug monographs. Contains multiple core title textbooks. (Use this link at non-EHC computers)
FA Davis PT Collection: Books, cases, and videos
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
STAT!Ref: Provides access to 20 clinical medicine textbooks as well as drug, coding, and reference resources. Includes AJCC Cancer Staging Manual, AHFS Drug Information®, Steadman’s Medical Dictionary, The Washington Manual® Of Medical Therapeutics, ICD-10 Conversion Tool, and Evidence AlertsuCentral: Suite of clinical reference books, including Bates' Pocket Guide to Physical Examination and Johns Hopkins ABX Guide.
Access full text articles or specific journal titles: use "Find It @ Emory" button
- DynaMed (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 biomedical database of the National Library of Medicine 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).
- Pay-per-view article services are available from many of the major publishers.
- Check with your professional associations about resources for members.
- DynaMed: Emory's license provides access for your Apple or Android device. Click here for installation information.
- ClinicalKey: the app allows users to access ClinicalKey's eBooks, journals, drug monographs, guidelines, 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 App Store or Google Play and download the app. Log in 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 or Google Play to 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.