About AccessEmergency Medicine
AccessEmergency Medicine from McGraw Hill Medical helps meet the immediate needs of the emergency department (ED) – all in one place. Updated regularly, this comprehensive online emergency medicine resource provides quick diagnosis and treatment answers for a broad spectrum of complaints encountered in the ED, ranging from neurologic and pediatric emergencies, to poisoning and trauma – specifically designed for optimized viewing on any device.
Authoritative, trusted, and content rich, AccessEmergency Medicine is the field’s leading emergency medicine resource guided by a preeminent Advisory Board that includes five top academic experts led by Judith E, Tintinalli, MD, MS, FACEP, and features content co-published with the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP).
AccessEmergency Medicine provides medical students with a variety of resources needed to excel on their clerkship; assists residents in gaining instant access to videos, self-assessment, and leading emergency textbooks that will establish an important foundation for learning; and allows practicing physicians to brush up on their medical knowledge when studying for their recertification exam.
Why is AccessEmergency Medicine unique?
AccessEmergency Medicine provides unique benefits that deliver indispensable support in resident education and clinical practice – through these exclusive interactive features:
Visit the AccessEmergency Medicine support page on the Access User Center for helpful user resources.
Note: You may need to connect to your institution's subscription for access to the resources in this LibGuide.
To engage with AccessEmergency Medicine and its content and resources, users need to create a free Access profile (upper-right sign in dropdown menu) in AccessEmergency Medicine. Users are encouraged to login each time they use the site. Download the PDF flyer below to learn more about creating an Access profile.
View the complete AccessEmergency Medicine video library at this link, including videos on:
Tintinalli's Necessary Takeaways are video chapter summaries of Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 9e.
Instructors can link to content in AccessEmergency Medicine through their LMS using the durable URLs found in the browser of all text and chapter content, multimedia, cases, study tools, and clerkship content. For a tutorial on how to link to content in AccessEmergency Medicine via durable URLs, please view the brief video below.
In the Books tab in AccessEmergency Medicine, you will find some of the leading current, authoritative text resources. Check out the library at these links:
Check out these new and noteworthy texts in AccessEmergency Medicine:
AccessEmergency Medicine features a variety of content concerning diversity in medicine, education, and practice. As part of McGraw Hill's commitment to inclusion and diversity in our content, the resources here represent what is currently available on AccessEmergency Medicine, which is a dynamic site featuring regular updates, concerning diversity in medicine. Resources from AccessEmergency Medicine highlighted on this page include textbooks, chapters, and cases, including:
Ch. 293: Female and Male Sexual Assault
Ch. 294: Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
Ch. 299: The Transgender Patient
Ch. 28: Ethical Practices
Ch. 144: Sexual Abuse
Ch. 145: Abuse and Neglect
You can read more about McGraw Hill's commitment to inclusion and diversity at: https://www.mheducation.com/about/inclusion-diversity.html.
The Quick Reference section of AccessEmergency Medicine provides quick diagnosis and treatment answers.
To the Point: Clinical Reviews
To the Point: Clinical Reviews are summaries of the latest published emergency medicine research, updated regularly and perfect for journal clubs. The clinical reviews include the background, methods, results, and relevance to emergency medicine. The reviews are organized by date published.
This manual is written by and for active clinicians who are engaged in the day-to-day practice of emergency medicine. The handbook is intended to assist practitioners of emergency medicine with the skillful and timely care of their patients in the ED.
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Cases in AccessEmergency Medicine provide materials for short, targeted case-based learning. They vary slightly, but for each case you get a patient history and systems review, short answer questions, clinical pearls, and references. Cases are durable URL-enabled and can be linked to in coursework, e.g., LMS, lecture slides, etc. The results of the quizzes can be emailed and collected for a grade, e.g., student to instructor.
Cases can be generated from these resources in AccessEmergency Medicine:
The Study Tools tab in AccessEmergency Medicine provides:
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