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.
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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.
On November 8, PCOM faculty and students will no longer be able to access their MedU courses by logging in to MedU’s legacy system.
Log-in, reports, and administrative functionality will not be accessible, so download and save any work before the transition.
Please plan to complete any work in the legacy system and start subsequent work in MedU’s new system as soon as possible.
Students and faculty will be directed to log-in to the new system after November 8.
Faculty can visit the MedU library guide for step-by-step instructions, video guides, and recorded webinars.
Explore our newest video resource Kanopy.
Kanopy includes over 26,000 videos that cover interprofessional education, ethics, LBGTQ topics, and more!
Additionally, if you’re interested in independent, international, classic, or documentary films, you’re in luck.
Kanopy features must-see classic films from The Criterion Collection, educational material from The Great Courses and PBS, and festival indie and world cinema from award-winning global filmmakers.
The library is now expanding interlibrary loan services to patrons outside of the PCOM community through Loansome Doc. Loansome Doc allows patrons not directly associated with PCOM to request articles from our databases for a fee. For more information, please visit our Loansome Doc page.
The New Yorks Times have updated their registration process.
To register for your free access to the New York Times, go to https://myaccount.nytimes.com/grouppass/access. Click “Create Account” and follow the instructions to create an account using your pcom.edu email.
Students will now need to provide thier anticipated graduation date. Student access will be valid up to their anticipated graduation date.
Faculty and Staff passes are good for one year.
Once activated, your Pass will provide access to NYTimes.com from any location.
For all users, upon expiration of your pass, you can extend your access by signing in with your New York Times account at the New York Times Group Pass activation page.
You may also download the NYT smartphone app and log in. The NYT app is available for Android and Apple devices.
To view a short how-to video on how to activate a Group Pass, please visit http://bit.ly/1qJzB4g
The PCOM Library is offering a new resource, the Journal of Medical Insight.
JoMI is a surgical video journal / virtual operating theater that seeks to impact health care and education through filming and publishing surgical procedures performed by top teaching physicians.
JoMI was filmed at Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and other top institutions and, at present, primarily focuses on orthopedics, orthopedic trauma, and general surgery and patient care.
Access from the web, tablet, laptop and smartphones. You need only to create an account on JoMI.com and list Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine as the “Institution”. This will allow for complete access (including off-campus and on tablets, laptops, and smartphones).
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.
Did you find this resource useful? Please send comments to email@example.com.
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
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.