On Monday, December 12, 2016, uWise will be launching a new website.
To prepare for the launch, uWise will be unavailable from 5:00 pm on December 9th through 9:00 am on December 12th.
Upon launch, uWise access will be restricted to active students on ob-gyn clerkship rotation
Please contact us if you have any questions.
The BrowZine iOS app is currently unavailable in the App Store. BrowZine is currently working to restore access as soon as possible.
On Saturday, August 20, 2016, ProQuest will be upgrading its systems infrastructure. ProQuest platforms (including Refworks and Digital Dissertations) will be unavailable beginning at at 10:00 PM Eastern Standard Time and will last for 8 hours.
The PCOM Library is pleased to provide access to the new APA Style CENTRAL®!
Thanks to all who provided feedback.
The advantages include:
1. Digital library of APA Style quick guides and tutorials to refine your writing, and searches the APA Manual of Style by topic area.
2. Plan sound research with the research tools, and build a reference library with customized APA Style reference templates.
3. Translate your research into concise, powerful articles that are formatted for style.
4. Browse and search features to identify the best journals for publication.
5. Plagiarism tutorials.
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Some students were reporting trouble with accessing PCOM library resources off-campus. The issues has now been resolved.
However, if you continue to experience trouble, please try accessing library resources either in a new browser or by clearing your cache.
Please contact the PCOM Help Desk at at 215-871-6110 or via HELPDESK@pcom.edu. if you continue to experience trouble
The PCOM Library is pleased to provide access to the 3rd edition of the Thieme Atlas of Anatomy.
Students, faculty and staff now have the ability to download the book to iPads/Android tablets/pcs for off-line use (see here for PC/Mac Instructions and here for mobile instructions.)
- organized by self-contained guides to specific topics on every two-page spread
- hundreds of clinical applications integrated into the anatomical descriptions, emphasizing the vital link between anatomical structure and function
- illustrated with expertly rendered digital watercolors, cross-sections, x-rays, and CT and MRI scans
- clearly labeled images help you easily identify each structure
- summary tables throughout – ideal for rapid review
- with 1,700 newly created illustrations and 100 tables, this work features comprehensive coverage of the musculoskeletal system and general anatomy, in addition to embryology and surface anatomy
On Wednesday, July 13 , 2016, there will be a scheduled server update for ILLiad.
ILLiad will be unavailable beginning at at 10:00 PM Eastern Standard Time and will last for up to 4 hours.
The PCOM Library now offers Draw it to Know it for Neuroanatomy and Gross Anatomy!
Draw it to Know it teaches medical sciences in a purely kinesthetic way, revitalizing a classic approach to science education for the modern classroom. Follow the simple directions below to register for Draw it to Know it now.
- To register, you must access the Draw it to Know registration page while on the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine network
- On the registration page, create a username and password
- Use this username and password at www.drawittoknowit.com anytime and anywhere
- For mobile access, download the Draw it to Know it iPhone/iPad app from iTunes, or access Draw it to Know it directly from your mobile browser, and click Login to enter your username and password
- If you have already registered from outside the network, you can associate your account with the site license from the My Account page while under the network
Click here for a Draw it to Know it how-to guide.
The Case Files® Collection on AccessMedicine® features a wide range of popular Case Files® series books. The collection delivers close to 1,175 real-life cases spanning the basic biomedical sciences and clinical medicine.
Designed to help students and residents learn in the context of real patients, rather than merely memorize facts. Includes real-life scenarios foster better understanding of frequently encountered cases as well as physician-patient interaction.”
Faculty can use this collection as a valuable resource for coursework, clinical rotations and to enhance preparation for shelf exams and the USMLE. Each case includes a complete discussion, clinical pearls and references, definitions of key terms, and USMLE-style review questions with detailed explanations of the correct answers.
Also, 15 additional titles are now available in the USMLE First Aid Review books collection.