New E-Book Collection
The Library has added the R2 Digital Library (RDL) which currently includes 12 titles, to its list of E-Resources.
To access the new RDL:
RDL features a search tool that enhances discoverability. Use the quick search box to search for topics, diseases, drugs, authors and other keywords. Or, use the Advanced Search options to refine your search results.
RDL has one of the largest collections of medical images available anywhere on the internet. All images are embedded at the section and chapter level and integrated into eBooks for a seamless experience. To search for images, simply type your search term in the Quick Search box and then choose the “Images” filter in the left hand navigation box. This will filter your search results to only display those with an associated image
The My R2 area of the RDL allows you to save images, sections, deep links and more for future use. Create a My R2 account and log in when you access the site to save images, sections, etc. You may also use the My R2 area without a user name and password to save information over a single session.
The RDL features an A-Z index that includes drug names, diseases and topics. This index is dynamic and pulled directly from the library’s RDL eBook collection. This index can be filtered and sorted to enhance discoverability.
We currently have single-user licenses to each title. The RDL enables users to print and email sections of any available resource. To comply with publisher’s copyright policies, if a resource receives more than 60 print or email requests or 20% of the total number of HTML pages that compromise the resource on the RDL over a 24 hour period, print or email functionality will be temporarily suspended for that resource. Please note that all other access and functionality related to a resource is not affected if printing is temporarily suspended.
Contact Director of Library Services, Bette Bissonnette (email@example.com) for further information.
Bates' Visual Guide to Physical Examination
Now in its Fifth Edition and featuring completely reshot content and new clinical skills videos, Bates’ Visual Guide delivers head-to-toe and systems-based physical examination techniques for the (Advanced) Assessment or Introduction to Clinical Medicine course. The site features more than 8 hours of video content. When paired with the Bates' text, Bates' Visual Guide serves as a complete learning solution for assessment instruction and student preparedness for the boards and the patient encounter.
New Healthcare Business Titles added to AccessMedicine
14 new healthcare business publications have been added to the AUC Library Portal via the AccessMedicine e-resources tab. These resources—which include Communication the Cleveland Clinic Way, Management Lessons from Mayo Clinic, and the Innovator's Prescription: A Disruptive Solution for Healthcare—cover communication, conflict resolution, leadership, quality improvement, and patient safety among other topics.
This new tutorial video will help you get the most out of your AccessMedicine subscription.
In less than 10 minutes, we show you how to:
customize your experience by creating a MyAccess user account
navigate the homepage to find what you need faster
access our self-assessment and study tools