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Provider: AIBS (Alfa Institute of Biomedical Sciences)
Descriptions: This portal lists and presents international medical education resources, mostly open-access. Included are linked lists of guidelines published by medical professional and specialty societies and government agencies worldwide, and Teaching Cases from the AIBS. The majority of information presented here is focused on infection and infectious diseases, including surgical infection and parasitic/zoonotic infections.
Keywords: clinical practice guidelines, CME, graduate medical education, infection, infectious disease, multilingual, parasite, portal
Provider: CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Descriptions: This is the area of CDC's disaster resources for the use of health care professionals, dealing with infection control, public health surveillance, displacement and licensure issues, handling of human remains, and safety considerations for bringing equipment and facilities back into service after a hurricane or other disaster.
Keywords: communicable diseases, consumer health, disaster, emergency preparedness, health services, healthcare professional, hospitals, hurricane, infection, public health
Contents: CME, E-books, full text, video
Access Level: Licensed, On-Site Visitor, TMC Academic User
Descriptions: Textbooks, procedural videos and animations, CORD cases, orthopedic and examination videos, drug monographs, calculators, decision rules, CME opportunities and more make up this comprehensive emergency medicine resource. Establish a "MyAccess" account while logged in to your TMC Library e-Resource Access account in order to use the Self-Assessment, Clerkship and Cases features. MyAccess will also allow you to receive alerts and save content for future reference. Mobile access is available to those with a MyAccess account and features device-responsive design. (Click here for instructions.)
Keywords: drugs, emergency medicine, infection, medical education, point-of-care, toxicology