To the left of your search results, search builder allows you to:
A federated search expands your results from the Access site you are using to include results from other McGrawHill Medical sites.
Faculty can link to content in the Access sites through their learning management system using the durable URLs found in the browser of all text and chapter content and multimedia. For a tutorial on how to link to content i via durable URLs, please visit the Access User Center at this link.
There is an exportable list of books and multimedia on each of the Access sites. The exportable list includes durable URLs for the texts and multimedia.
Click here to learn how to find the exportable list of textbooks.
To engage with content and resources on the Access sites, users need to create a free MyAccess profile (upper-right sign in dropdown menu) on the site. Users are encouraged to login each time they use the site.
Human Anatomy Modules
These interactive modules allow for visualization of the human body in an interactive, 3D format where both male and female anatomy modules can be viewed. Choose a module and then utilize the options on the left-side of the screen to learn more about human anatomy. Learn how to navigate the Human Anatomy Modules at this link.
For help, please reach out to Customer Success at McGraw Hill at CustomerSuccess@mheducation.com.
For institutional accounts:
For individual subscribers:
MyAccess folders can hold information and multimedia related to specific topics. After saving content to your folders, you can export the folder as a .CSV file in a table format or .IMSCC file to import into your learning management system. Additional information about exporting folders is available at this link.
Please note that many instructors prefer the table format option because importing the .IMSCC file into the LMS can sometimes require an advanced understanding of the LMS functionality.
Promote engaged reading online with Hypothes.is
Hypothes.is is a free platform annotation tool on the Access sites. To learn more, select the PDF guide link below or watch a tutorial on the Access User Center at this link.
This tutorial explains how to jump to sections, print, share, get the citation, and search within the book. It also shows how to view the full chapter, images, and tables.
Click here to view the chapter task bar video tutorial.
General Overview Webinars and Archived Webinars:
With our content maps, our digital medical resources are matched with academic curriculum or professional specialty needs for a specific audience (i.e., medical students, advanced practice nursing students, emergency medicine students, practicing clinicians, etc.). Resources highlighted in content maps include entire books, book chapters, quick references, multimedia, cases, and question banks. General content maps for faculty and students pair key MH resources with curriculum accreditation standards for specialty clinical education (i.e., undergraduate medical, family nurse practitioner, nurse midwifery, clinical nurse specialist, etc.). Customized content maps can be created on a case-by-case basis and are specific to an institution’s educational program or professional needs.
Explore our dynamic list of content maps on the Access User Center.