Visit one of the clinical branch libraries for immediate access to University Library collection of resources.
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)
DynaMed in the VDT (Use this link for off-campus access): Guidelines, critical appraisals of evidence, calculators
FA Davis PT Collection: Books, cases, and videos
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 Alerts
uCentral: Suite of clinical reference books, including Bates' Pocket Guide to Physical Examination and Johns Hopkins ABX Guide.