The PCOM Library now offersBMJ Best Practice.
BMJ Best Practice offers step by step guidance on disease diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, and prevention. Content review and updates are based on a robust evidence based methodology and expert opinion, with daily updates.
Content includes procedural videos, patient leaflets, evidence-based medical calculators, integrated links to Cochrane Clinical Answers, and improved differential diagnosis tables and treatment algorithms.
You can also download the app to gain access to the information on over a thousand different medical conditions, even when offline.
The PCOM Library now offers Behavioral and Mental Health Online.
Alexander Street’s Behavioral and Mental Health Online provides a comprehensive, rich, and diverse collection of video and text for anyone studying or teaching in the area of mental health.
Content in this collection includes clinical mental health demonstrations, real therapy sessions, compelling documentaries on the human condition, psychotherapy transcripts, as well client narratives and reference works.
The PCOM Library now provides access to Pharmacist’s Letter
Pharmacist’s Letter (PL) provides reliable, evidence-based information and unbiased medication recommendations. You’ll have access to PL Journal Club, Learning Management Portal, Immunization CE, and CEs and Live CEs via monthly PL Voices webinars.
Users should first register for a personal account before using Pharmacist’s Letter.
The PCOM Library now provides access to SciFinder.
SciFinder is a research discovery application that provides integrated access to the world’s most comprehensive and authoritative source of references, substances, and reactions in chemistry and related sciences.
Users should register for a personal account before using SciFinder.
The PCOM Library now provides access to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). This resource can help you gain a deeper understanding of current global news and provides probing analysis of markets, corporations, financials, and technology.
You can register for a personal account by going to the PCOM WSJ Registration Page.
By creating an account you can personalize your experience by customizing your WSJ account to track companies and industries for class projects and interview research.
Once you establish your log-in credentials, you will have full access to the WSJ anytime, anywhere. You will be able to use your username and password for the website and app.
As of October 1st, PCOM faculty, residents, and staff can conduct research using REDCap. They can also request limited access for non-PCOM personnel from other institutions. PCOM students must have a faculty sponsor to access REDcap.
REDCap is an electronic data capture system for building and managing online surveys and databases. Developed at Vanderbilt, REDCap is a free, HIPAA-compliant, secure, and low-barrier data collection tool for clinical and translational research that works to ensure data quality and security. REDCap offers a free, easy-to-use, and secure method of flexible yet robust data collection.
To get started and learn more please visit the REDCap subject guide. Creating an account requires going through online training videos. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
The Library now provides access to the Henry Stewart Talks (HS Talks) Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection. This collection contains over 2,000 online audio-visual lectures, seminar-style talks, and case studies for health science schools. Content is regularly reviewed and updated with new lectures each month.
HS Talks is divided into subject categories and therapeutic areas, but you can also search by keyword.
Subject categories include clinical medicine, immunology, neuroscience, pharmaceutical sciences, and more.
The therapeutic areas covered by this resource are cardiovascular, infectious diseases, oncology, and vaccines, to name a few.
The collection provides immediate access to online seminar style talks containing the latest research and developments as well as the fundamentals presented by the world’s leading experts and practitioners from academia, research institutes, industry, the professions, and government.
Students can use this resource as a study tool and faculty can use it to enhance their lectures and curriculum.
Visit the HS Talks site to browse this resource and learn more. Contact your liaison if you have any questions.
The PCOM Library is pleased to announce the addition of the TrueLearn COMBANK’s adaptive learning platform to our collection.
Preparing for COMLEX Levels requires discipline and practice. These additional COMBANK questions will help you meet your performance goals. As you course through taking these practice items, we believe you will become adept at using your problem-solving skills to select the correct answer.
OMS1 – a new First Year COMLEX Qbank with 1000+ COMLEX Level 1 style questions for use alongside M1 Curriculum.
OMS2 – COMLEX Level 1 Qbank with 2000+ COMLEX Level 1 Style questions.
OMS3 – COMLEX Level 2 CE Qbank with 2000+ COMLEX Level 2 CE Style Questions.
DOs should have received an email from TrueLearn with access instructions. If you do not know your username and password or have access issues, please contact Skye Bickett (GA) or Stephanie Ferretti (PA).
The PCOM Library is pleased to now provide access to the LWW Clerkship/Clinical Rotations Collection.
Thanks to all who provided feedback!
This collection contains 40 core titles in the following specialties: Internal Medicine, OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Surgery, Family Medicine, and Psychiatry.
It also includes titles that were previously only available in print, such as Shelf Life, Blueprints, BRS, Step-Up, and Recall. Additionally, this resource contains Case studies and over 4700 Q&A.
The PCOM Library is pleased to provide access to the newest edition of Obsorn’s Brain by Dr. Anne G. Osborn.
Thanks to all who provided feedback.
This title provides a solid framework for understanding the complex subject of brain imaging when studied cover to cover. It combines essential anatomy with gross pathology and imaging, clearly demonstrating why and how diseases appear the way they do.
The textbook begins with emergent topics such as trauma, non-traumatic hemorrhage, stroke, and vascular lesions, then covers infections, demyelinating and inflammatory diseases, neoplasms, toxic-metabolic-degenerative disorders, and congenital brain malformations.
It contains over 4,000 stunning, high-resolution radiologic images and medical illustrations, all of which are annotated to describe the most clinically significant features. Summary boxes are also provided throughout the text for quick review of essential facts, as well as the most recent and up-to-date references available.
Osborn’s Brain helps readers think clearly about diagnoses, types of diagnoses, and the various pathologies that can affect the brain.