Resources – OHIO University Libraries
  • AccessMedicine App- How To Connect
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    About: The app includes: Quick Medical Dx & Rx, Fitzpatrick’s Color Atlas for Dermatology, the Diagnostic Tool “Diagnosaurus”, and Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests. Only those affiliated with OU – Athens can access the content via the app. How: You will need to create a free account with AccessMedicine and the perks of that include: … Continued

  • How do I search PubMed more effectively?
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    PubMed is one of the best places to search for anything health and medical related. It is a big place with lots of articles so here are some tips to navigate and be more effective: Understand that PubMed has a built-in categories list (MeSH = Medical Subject Headings) that organizes all of the articles in … Continued

  • How do I download and get a ClinicalKey account for the free app FirstConsult?
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    ClinicalKey App Now Available for Android and Apple iOS (and replaces First Consult) First you will have to create a free account with ClinicalKey, this is how: Visit Clinicalkey.com.au while you are on campus or connect to ClinicalKey through our library databases tab. Click on the “Register” link Enter your information- your OU email will … Continued

  • Opera in Video
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    To view individual operas in the Opera in Video series, search by both the opera title and the series title in ALICE.  For example, in an advanced keyword search, enter “don giovanni” in a search box, enter “opera in video” in another search box, and click “enter.”  In the results, open the chosen item and follow the … Continued

  • What is the difference between ClinicalKey and ClinicalKey for Nursing?
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    ClinicalKey vs. ClinicalKey for Nursing Both ClinicalKey and ClinicalKey for Nursing are comprehensive resources that contain medical information that can be found with one easy search. Both have eBooks, journals, clinical trials, systematic reviews, patient education handouts, practice guidelines, etc. with the same interface. The true difference is that ClinicalKey for Nursing is a separate … Continued