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Provider: International OCD Foundation
Descriptions: The mission of the Foundation is to educate the public and professional communities about OCD and related disorders; to provide assistance to individuals with OCD and related disorders, their families and friends, and to support research into the causes of, and effective treatments for, this disease.
Keywords: advocacy, consumer health, diagnosis, education, mental health, psychiatry, research
Provider: CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Descriptions: This (now archival) CDC page outlines the steps for medical professionals in identifying and treating cases of possible H1N1 influenza. For current information on influenza from CDC, go to the entry, CDC Seasonal Influenza.
Keywords: communicable diseases, diagnosis, epidemic, federal agencies, H1N1, pandemic, public health, tests, zoonoses
Provider: World Allergy Organization
Descriptions: WAO provides useful allergy information and resources for health professionals and for the public. For the professional there are interactive case reports, CME modules and lectures, webinars a world calendar of conferences and meetings, and more. Under the Education in Allergy section, the Allergic Diseases Resource Center provides the layman as well as the health professional with information on causes, symptoms and treatment of specific allergies.
Keywords: allergens, allergy, CME, diagnosis, education, international, links, news, organizations, research, skin, societies
Provider: World Health Organization (WHO)
Descriptions: Fact sheets, statistics, information on WHO programs addressing prevention and control, and other publications from the World Health Organization on tropical diseases and neglected tropical diseases are available here.
Keywords: diagnosis, disease, education, medicine, public health, travel medicine, WHO
Provider: Cleveland Clinic Center for Continuing Education
Descriptions: The Disease Management Project is an online medical reference designed to provide nationally established treatment guidelines for the most commonly seen diseases and conditions. This freely accessible, illustrated resource is arranged in sections by discipline, with chapters under each. A fuller version has also been published as a book. Authored by specialists at The Cleveland Clinic, each chapter is designed to incorporate national clinical practice guidelines in a fashion which is simple, straightforward, and of maximum clinical utility.
Keywords: clinical practice guidelines, diagnosis, disease, physician, point-of-care
Contents: audio files, handbook, images, index, links, mobile access, textbooks, video
Access Level: Free, Open Access
Descriptions: The content of The Merck Manuals is made available free, in enhanced online versions. The Merck Manual Online is updated periodically with new information, and contains photographs, images, and audio and video material not included in the print versions. This is a standard medical text with very comprehensive information. Browse the Manual by medical specialty or symptoms, or use the index. Contains clinical calculators, conversion tables, a table of drug trade and generic names, normal laboratory values, useful links to other sites, and a glossary of the abbreviations used in the Manual. Mobile version must be purchased.
Keywords: clinical medicine, diagnosis, medical procedures, physicians, therapy
Provider: Oregon State University and US Environmental Protection Agency
Descriptions: NPIC provides comprehensive, objective scientific information on pesticides and related topics to enable citizens to make informed decisions about pesticides and their use. The website provides links to many resources, including MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets); product label information; fact sheets from various government agencies; contact information for manufacturers; EPA regulations; and emergency resources.
Keywords: animal, chemicals, consumer health, current events, diagnosis, emergency medicine, environmental, federal agencies, general health, industry, multidisciplinary, pesticides, products, toxicology, U.S. Government
Provider: NIH National Institute of Mental Health
Descriptions: From the website: Mental disorders are common health conditions. Information about the signs and symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment for: * Anxiety Disorders * Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD, ADD) * Autism Spectrum Disorders (Pervasive Developmental Disorders) * Bipolar Disorder (Manic-Depressive Illness) * Borderline Personality Disorder * Depression * Eating Disorders * Generalized Anxiety Disorder * Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) * Panic Disorder * Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) * Schizophrenia * Social Phobia (Social Anxiety Disorder) Getting Help: Locate Services Locate mental health services in your area, affordable healthcare, NIMH clinical trials, and listings of professionals and organizations.
Keywords: advocacy, clinical trials, consumer health, diagnosis, mental health
Provider: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Contents: full text, images, index, protocols
Access Level: Free, Open Access
Descriptions: Sections of this CDC resource, developed and maintained by CDC’s Division of Parasitic Diseases and Malaria (DPDM), include: Parasites and Parasitic Diseases/Parasites and Health; Diagnostic Procedures; Diagnostic Assistance; a section on training materials and announcements; and the Parasite Image Library. Includes information of interest to consumers as well as health professionals. Most images and material are in the public domain; to re-use, simply cite the source. A few images do require permissions to re-publish. Researchers may also contribute images to the database by contacting the DPDx team- see About DPDx for information. Includes instructions for specimen collection and shipping to CDC, under Diagnostic Procedures.
Keywords: diagnosis, parasitic diseases, parasitology, pathogenesis, physicians, public health
Provider: William Herring, MD, FACR, Albert Einstein Medical Center
Descriptions: This free radiology education resource includes podcasts, lectures (some by faculty at Albert Einstein Medical Center) and interactive tutorials. The materials are divided into categories that include Lectures, Notes, Images, Case of the Week, and Quick Quizzes. Visitors can find lectures on topics ranging from bone tumors to heart disease. Many of the talks are available as .pdf files or PowerPoint presentations. FlashPlayer required for most lectures.
Keywords: bone, diagnosis, education, free, medical imaging, orthopaedics, orthopedics, osteology, radiology, tutorial, video
Contents: CME, full text, mobile access, patient education, practice guidelines
Access Level: Licensed, On-Site Visitor, TMC Academic User
Descriptions: DynaMed is designed for use at the point of care, providing summaries of about 3,000 topics and monitoring the content of over 500 journals and systematic review databases. Articles are evaluated for clinical relevance and scientific validity; the evidence is integrated with existing content, and conclusions are amended accordingly, to produce a synthesis of the best evidence. DynaMed can be used with a range of PDA and SmartPhone devices; please see our Online Tutorials page for links to the instructions, then call the Circulation staff to request a unique serial number to use when setting up mobile access.
DynaMed provides a Personal Alerts option for Recent Updates. To create a customized alert that will notify you when new evidence warranting a change in practice is available:
The links to guidelines in DynaMed include not only the usual U.S., Canadian, and British guidelines but those that have been developed in Asia, Europe, South and Central America, Australia and New Zealand.
- -In the Recent Updates page, select from Limit by Category and/or check the box labeled, Practice-Changing Updates only.
- -Click the alert icon (ringing bell) in the Tools section on the right-side column.
- -Select frequency for receiving alerts. (Initially "Once a day" will be the only option. Soon to be available, "Once a week" and "Once a month")
- -Add your e-mail address, and
- -Click "Create Alert"
- -Confirm that you want to receive these alerts via the email you will receive.
Keywords: clinical decision-making, diagnosis, drugs, evidence-based medicine, point-of-care
Contents: E-books, full text, images, textbooks, video
Access Level: Licensed, On-Site Visitor, TMC Academic User
Descriptions: AccessMedicine is an integrated database, updated daily, that draws on the more than 60 essential clinical and academic medical texts included, as well as a drug index, a differential diagnostic tool (called "Diagnosaurus") and an extensive library of images and videos. Also provided is a large selection of .pdf patient handouts. Note: The Self-Assessment and Cases features in AccessMedicine are accessible once you establish a personal login, which you must first do while logged in to your TMC Library remote access account. Once you have a personal "MyAccess" account, you will be able to use AccessMedicine from any location, whether you are logged in to your TMC Library account or not.
To access Mobile view log in with your MyAccess username and password. (See Mobile Instructions under Help at top right of the AccessMedicine home page.) Mobile devices supported: iPhone/iPhone 3G, BlackBerry Bold and Android.
Keywords: clinical, diagnosis, drugs, evidence-based medicine, medical education, point-of-care