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Contents: Abstracts, CME, full text, links to full text, mobile access, summaries
Access Level: Free, Open Access
Descriptions: PracticeUpdate incorporates the former OncologyStat! with other modules on Primary Care, Eye Care, Cardiology, Dermatology and Urology. This resource requires free registration and the creation of a brief user profile, which enables emailed content feeds tailored to the user's own interests. There is an editorial board for each discipline. Features for which one can opt in or out by discipline include conference coverage, editors' picks, CME alerts and breaking news. For more information on this resource, read its About information.
Keywords: cancer, cardiology, clinical trials, decision support, dermatology, drugs, evidence-based medicine, eye, healthcare policy, multidisciplinary, oncology, opthalmology, physicians, quick reference
Provider: Australian Broadcasting Co.
Descriptions: A simplified graphic presentation of open-heart surgery. Includes some very basic anatomical information, the pre-op steps, the main players in the OR, and monitors of brain and heart activity.
Keywords: cardiology, interactive, surgery, video
Provider: Texas Heart Institute
Descriptions: This website is an award-winner and has been highlighted in the Internet Scout Report. Its first focus is on patient and consumer education, but it also links to a page of physician-targeted resources and publications. For the consumer there are questionnaires designed to help the user ascertain their own cardiac health and risk behaviors; for patients, there is an extensive glossary of terms and a detailed section explaining heart conditions and surgical procedures designed to correct them.
Keywords: cardiology, consumer health, glossary of terms, heart, images
Provider: Cleveland Clinic Center for Continuing Education
Descriptions: The Cleveland Clinic, certified by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, provides this website with a wide selection of (text and video) online CME units in approximately 40 medical specialties. Nursing, Dentistry and Health Care Administration are included along with medical specialties from Allergy/Immunology to Women's Health. A series of fee-based, live CME conferences is also offered.
Keywords: allergy, audiology, bioengineering, cardiology, CME, conference, continuing education, courseware, dentistry, dermatology, emergency medicine, infectious disease, neurology, nursing, ophthalmology, pharmacology, physician, podcasts, psychiatry, psychology, social work, student, surgery, video
Provider: National Institutes of Health
Descriptions: "The Institute plans, conducts, fosters and supports an integrated and coordinated program of basic research, clinical investigations and trials, observational studies, and demonstration and education projects." There is a wealth of information here, through links and integral content, for patients, researchers and health care professionals. Includes information on new clinical trials and provides links to individual clinical trial websites. For consumers, there is a special Health Information Network one can sign up for, which will then feed only the information of particular interest to the individual user.
Keywords: biomedical research, blood, cardiology, clinical practice guidelines, clinical trials, consumer health, diet, disease, education, federal agencies, healthcare professional, heart, laboratory, links, NIH, patient education, physician, pulmonary, research, RSS feed, scientist, systems biology, U.S. Government
Contents: E-books, full text
Access Level: Licensed, On-Site Visitor, TMC Academic User
Descriptions: A collection of medical and life science e-books. Link to a quick guide and a training video from the ebrary home page. To make full use of ebrary, create a personal account. Go to ebrary's Help documentation for detailed information on setting up a personal account and on the features registration makes available. These include highlighting and annotation, creating a virtual bookshelf, linking out to other resources, copy and paste, printing up to 60 pages per session, sharing, and using RefWorks with this resource. Ebrary was added to the collection with funds donated by The Friends of the Texas Medical Center Library.
Keywords: alternative medicine, cardiology, dentistry, dermatology, internal medicine, nursing, ob/gyn, ophthalmology, otorhinolaryngology, pathology, pediatrics, pharmacology, pharmacy, public health, surgery
Provider: U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Descriptions: MEDSUN "...is an adverse event reporting program launched in 2002 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH). The primary goal for MedSun is to work collaboratively with the clinical community to identify, understand, and solve problems with the use of medical devices. Over 350 health care facilities, primarily hospitals, participate in the entire MedSun network." There are MEDSUN sub-networks for various conditions and clinical settings in which medical devices are commonly used: HeartNet, HomeNet, KidNet (neonates), LabNet, SightNet and TissueNet.
Keywords: cardiology, collaborative, consumer health, federal agencies, healthcare professional, heart, laboratory, medical devices, neonatal, ophthalmology, physician, products, radiation, regulations, safety
Provider: The TMC Library
Contents: E-books, journals, links to full text, patient education, practice guidelines, textbooks
Access Level: Partially Open
Descriptions: The original database is being discontinued by the publisher, and was not renewed for 2014. Instead, the funds were applied in acquiring as many of the MD Consult resources as possible individually. This is a link to a Research Guide prepared in order to to help you re-orient and become familiar with new pathways to the medical texts and journals that were previously available in MD Consult. The Research Guide is freely available, but access to the licensed resources requires an academic user log-in.
Keywords: cardiology, drugs, internal medicine, patient care, point-of-care