After many requests, Becker Library now provides access to AccessEmergency Medicine for students, residents and faculty.
AccessEmergency Medicine is an online resource providing unique benefits to support student and resident education and clinical practice through these interactive features:
Leading emergency medicine textbooks – A collection of 25 of the most current emergency medicine texts and pediatric references, including the world’s leading emergency medicine text, Tintinalli’s ‘Emergency Medicine’
– (with textbook and topic updates), and “Goldfrank’s Toxicologic Emergencies”.
Procedural videos – The most complete collection of detailed emergency medicine and pediatric procedural videos online — designed to help users through basic and advanced skills procedures, brief interventions
, and applications of decision rules.
Interactive Self-Assessment – More than 3,000 review Q&A designed to help residents, clerks, recertifying physicians and pediatricians prepare for exams.
Integrated Drug Database – Quickly look up dosing, indications and adverse reactions for generic and brand-name drugs, and print out patient handouts — available in both English and Spanish.
Patient Education – Customizable handouts providing comprehensive, reliable healthcare information for adults, pediatrics, medicines and acute settings are available in multiple languages.
Clerkship Corner – A resource combining all clerkship-specific resources, text references, case files and videos on essential concepts and procedures that clerks may observe or assist in during their rotations.
Students, residents and faculty can create a personal MyAccess profile account at no cost to enjoy personalization such as quizzing, marking favorites, and seamless off-site access.
To make a purchase suggestion please use this form. The Bernard Becker Library Collection Committee reviews purchase suggestions.