Large collection of important medical textbooks, reference, exam prep, videos, drug information, patient handouts, and diagnostic tools to support students from the 1st years through residency; includes Harrison's Online, the Current Diagnosis series, Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine, etc.
Extensive, highly-respected evidence-based clinical decision support tool and reference that provides answers to clinical questions; content is written and regularly updated by a world-class team of physicians and researchers who synthesize the evidence and communicate it.
Collection of LWW textbooks, video and audio, self-assessment interactive tools, clinical skills review, and cases for use in medical sciences; including resources for the basic sciences, physiology, osteopathic medicine, physical examination, exam prep and review, etc.
Rotation prep and support for residents doing a variety of internal and family medicine specialties, with information from the New England Journal of Medicine by experts; includes Fast Facts for specialties, landmark clinical trials, reviews, guidelines, procedure videos, a Learning Lab of teaching tools, resident life information, career guidance and information, and a community forum for residents - discussion, blogs, podcasts, etc.
Institutional Access Information: You must create a specific user profile for NEJM 360 using your ATSU email address while using the provided link or while using ATSU's wifi network.
LWW Health Library for PA Rotations/Specialties offers a core collection of content for each of the core PA rotations in a student's second year of study in a user-friendly online portal. Users can quickly access key texts for Internal Medicine, OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Surgery, Family Medicine, and Psychiatry, and save chapters in PDF format for offline reading. Key general reference and exam preparation texts, including O'Connell's Comprehensive Review, as well as over 150 case studies and 4,700 Q&A are a key piece of this collection as well.
Note: You will need the free personal account to use the self-assessment tool.
Free access to MEDLINE, the vast NLM database of indexed citations and abstracts to medical, nursing, dental, veterinary, health care, and preclinical sciences journal articles as well as additional selected life sciences and biomedical journals not in MEDLINE.
Linked to ATSU's full-text subscription journals when access via this link. Includes access to PubMed Central, which is fulltext and open access.
Evidence-based, physician-authored clinical decision support and reference resources for use at the point of care. Includes drug information from Lexicomp, regular practice-oriented podcasts and news briefs, patient education handouts, drug interactions checkers, calculators, etc.
Collection of books from the American Heart Association, including all those needed to review for the Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) course, Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) course, and more.
A vast collection of medical literature from the publisher Elsevier; including access to hundreds of Elsevier's journals, books, and videos; the procedural videos of Procedures Consult; original clinical reviews by experts (First Consult); algorithms and calculators, etc.. Users can save content to individual logins and export citations, images and copyright information into PowerPoint presentations. Intended for both clinical support at the point of care and research.
An evidence-based, point-of-care clinical decision support system that gives you access to over 13,000 topics, guidelines, abstracts, and summaries for use at the point of care. Includes access to Cochrane and other systematic reviews, diagnostic calculators, EBM guidelines, etc.
The full-text DSM 5 Library, including the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, journals, other books and references, current news from the American Psychiatric Association, APA guidelines, etc.
The Physician Assistant History Society, Inc., is dedicated to the history and legacy of the physician assistant profession through the identification and collection of appropriate papers, manuscripts, magazine and newspaper clippings, newsletters, reports, dissertations, oral histories, and visual artifacts, such as films, slides, videos, photographs, and digital images.
The Library’s print holdings consist of approximately 1,500 titles including books, serials, reprints, dissertations, and reports. The Library holds an almost complete run of journals published by the American Academy of Physician Assistants and the Physician Assistant Education Association (formerly known as the APAP). The holdings include a large collection of reprints and unpublished manuscripts and reports, as well as, limited editions of text books, training manuals and out-of-date publications.