AccessEmergencyMedicine Now Available

The Department of Emergency Medicine and the library have partnered to bring AccessEmergencyMedicine to the UNMC campus.  AccessEmergency Medicine provides medical students with a variety of resources needed to excel on their clerkship; assists residents in gaining instant access to videos, self-assessment, and leading emergency textbooks that will establish an important foundation for learning; enables clinical instructors to create, track and report their students’ progress through our Custom Curriculum tool; and allows practicing physicians to brush up on their medical knowledge when studying for their recertification exam.

Why is AccessEmergency Medicine unique?

AccessEmergency Medicine provides unique benefits that deliver indispensable support in resident education and clinical practice – through these exclusive interactive features:

      • 20+ leading emergency medicine textbooks – A robust collection of the most current emergency medicine texts and pediatric references, including the world’s leading emergency medicine text, Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine.
      • Online First: View Advanced Chapters from the upcoming Eighth Edition of Tintinalli’s exclusively on AccessEmergency Medicine – providing the reader with continuous access to the most updated EM content.
      • 160+ procedural videos – The most complete collection of detailed emergency medicine and pediatric procedural videos online – designed to help users through basic and advanced skills procedures, brief interventions, and applications of decision rules.
      • More than 10,000 high-quality images – An extensive library of images that includes common and uncommon clinical presentations and imaging studies of children and adults for quick diagnosis.
      • Interactive Self-Assessment – More than 3,000 review Q&A designed to help residents, clerks, recertifying physicians and pediatricians prepare for exams.
      • Integrated Drug Database – Look up dosing, indications, and adverse reactions quickly for more than 1,000 generic and brand-name drugs, and print out patient handouts available in both English and Spanish.
      • Clerkship Corner – An invaluable resource that brings together all clerkship specific resources, including text references, case files, and videos on essential concepts and procedures clerks may observe or assist in during their rotation.
      • Custom Curriculum – This powerful online tool helps ease the workflow for program directors by customizing and managing resident training from one convenient site. It also includes curricula built by AccessEmergency Medicine’s renowned advisory board, adaptable to your curriculum needs.

AccessEmergencyMedicine can be accessed from the library home page, the library mobile page, and the library’s a-z list.  The ebooks in AccessEmergencyMedicine are available through any of these venues but will also be listed individually in the library’s ebooks a-z list and ultimately, the library catalog.

New books added in April

  • Basic biostatistics : statistics for public health practice B. Burt Gerstman. WA 950 G383b 2015
  • Care of military service members, veterans, and their families edited by Stephen J. Cozza, Matthew N. Goldenberg, Robert J. Ursano. WB 116 C2711 2014
  • Designing clinical research Stephen B. Hulley, MD, MPH, Steven R. Cummings, MD, Warren S. Browner, MD, MPH, Deborah G. Grady, MD, MPH, Thomas B. Newman, MD, MPH. WA 950 D457 2013
  • The doctor wore petticoats: women physicians of the old West Chris Enss. WZ 150 E599d 2006
  • Epidemiology: study design and data analysis Mark Woodward. WA 950 W899e 2014
  • Health care USA: understanding its organization and delivery Harry A. Sultz, Kristina M. Young. W 84 AA1 S964h 2014
  • Health sciences literature review made easy: the matrix method Judith Garrard WZ 345 G238h 2014
  • High-yield gross anatomy Ronald W. Dudek, Thomas M. Louis. QS 18.2 D845h 2015
  • Medieval medicine: the art of healing, from head to toe Luke Demaitre. WZ 54 D369m 2013
  • Pharmacotherapy: a pathophysiologic approach [edited] by Joseph T. DiPiro, Robert L. Talbert, Gary C. Yee, Gary R. Matzke, Barbara G. Wells, L. Michael Posey. WB 330 P5357 2014
  • Polio wars: Sister Elizabeth Kenny and the golden age of American medicine Naomi Rogers WZ 100 R7241p 2014
  • The RDA workbook: learning the basics of Resource Description and Access Margaret Mering, editor Z 694.15 R47 2014
  • Wounded: a new history of the Western Front in World War I Emily Mayhew. WZ 112 M469w 2013