LIBRARY GUIDE TO MDM4 9732 - Internal Medicine Sub Internship
This library resource guide links to some of the major resources in internal medicine. It includes ebooks from the IM Sub-I syllabus, drug information, EBM resources, physical exam, diagnosis, guidelines, and specialty journals and databases. The guide serves as one stop access for learning resources to support your clerkship rotation and independent or self-directed learning for patient care. If you have any questions or would like to suggest any resources/links for the guide, please contact Misa Mi.
Textbooks for IM Sub Internship
History Taking and Physical Exam
- Bates' Visual Guide - Streaming videos that accompany the textbook, Bates' Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking.
Evidence-Based Clinical Practice
- JAMAevidence - Instructional resource from the American Medical Association covering the fundamental concepts of evidence-based medicine (EBM). Includes educational guides, critical appraisal worksheets and the full electronic text of the book, Guides to the Medical Literature: A Manual for Evidence-Based Clinical Practice by Gordon Guyatt
- DynaMed Plus
Evidence-based clinical reference tool written by physicians who synthesize the evidence and provide objective analysis to help health care providers in their daily practice. Designed to provide quick answers to clinical questions. DynaMed Plus is a major upgrade to the DynaMed system and includes an improved search interface, thousands of graphics and images, specialty content, mobile access, and enhanced drug information.
Medical and surgical content from Elsevier, including more than 900 books, 500 journals, thousands of videos and millions of images. To download book chapter PDFs, please log in or register for a free account.
A large, evidence-based online resource covering thousands of internal medicine, pediatric, OB/GYN, and surgical topics. Designed to answer point-of-care clinical questions.
- Natural Medicines
Natural Medicines (formerly Natural Standard and Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database) is a peer-reviewed, authoritative source for information on complementary and integrative therapies. It is composed of 7 distinct databases: Food, Herbs Supplements, Health & Wellness, Sports Medicine, Comparative Effectiveness, Manufacturers, Commercial Products, and Medical Conditions, that can be searched collectively or individually. The Interaction and Effectiveness Checker tools are particularly helpful.
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