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EBP Resources

Click the hyperlink or thumbnail on the left to view the site.
UptoDate UpToDate® is an evidence-based knowledge system authored by physicians to help clinicians make the right decisions at the point of care.
ClinicalKey ClinicalKey is produced by Elsevier to pull together much of its medical digital content in one search interface to provide both immediate, point of care and more comprehenvie, indepth information on clinically relevant medicine topics. It contains the full content of both First Consult and MDConsult and over 500 Elsevier medical journals, over 800 of their medical E-Books, over 11,000 medically related videos and over 1,750,000 images.

StatRef

with ACP SMART MEDICINE

StatRef with ACP SMART MEDICINE is a cross-searchable, healthcare reference that integrates core titles with evidence-based resources and innovative tools in one site.

ACP SMART MEDICINE is a pre-appraised, evidence-based clinical tool that defines the standard of care, including value-added abstracts of original journal articles and drug treatment information.

Essential Evidence Plus

with Daily Poems

Essential Evidence Plus combines InfoPoems - an EBM content alerting service and Infotriever - a search interface with their EBM evaluated clinical information resources.
Daily POEMs ("Patient-Oriented Evidence that Matters") are synopses of new evidence carefully filtered for relevance to patient care and evaluated for validity. If you would like to subscribe to the daily InfoPoem e-mail service contact David Owens at dowens@astu.edu or 660-626-2645

PubMed

PubMed is the National Library of Medicine's Medline, the premier index for health related clinical and research literature, Interface. Much of the ATSMLib's full text journal content is directly accessiable from the citations rertrieved in a PubMed search from this link

Csse Files
Case Files
Casefiles are a collection of clinical vignettes to teach diagnostic or therapeutic
approaches - The following eBooks are available here:
New England Journal of Medicine
First Aid Study Guides

The Library has subscribed to the full set of the First Aid study guide series that are available online - click here to access this collection via the Arizona Catalog.

Some of the titles in the series of special interest to medical students for clincial rotations include:



ExamMaster Exam Master® provides exam preparation and review software for medical students (USMLE exams), residents (USMLE and Board Certification), physicians (Board Certification and SPEX), Dental Students (NDBE Part 1), and physician assistant students (PANCE/PANRE).
NBOME Candidate Page The NBOME Candidate page is listed as gateway for information concerning osteopathic medical licensure, bio-medical and clinical self-assessment and clinical skills performance. The NBOME has created this web portal to provide all interested a resource location to understand and  explore osteopathic medical assessment.

AOA Residency Opportunity page
Opportunities Page

The AOA Opportunities page is intended for use by osteopathic medical students, interns or residents, hospitals or other agencies/organizations looking for program information.
View-OMT
Rapid Video Review
View OMT - Osteopathic Core Competency Training and Documentation is an online system to find a treatment or diagnostic technique and then display a video clip demonstrating it. To support the video, they have included text and figures with specifics about the clip.
Stedmans Stedman's Medical Dictionary via StatRef


Athletic Training Professional Web Sites

AAOS Web Site The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) has created an Orthopedic Knowledge Online site which includes an Evidence-Based Medicine site focused on EBM in an orthopedic context. Developed by the Evidence-Based Practice Committee this site is an excellent site for AT students to learn more about EBM.
ACSM web site The American College of Sports Medicine promotes and integrates scientific research, education, and practical applications of sports medicine and exercise science to maintain and enhance physical performance, fitness, health and quality of life.
ASSOM Web Site The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) is a national organization of orthopaedic surgeons specializing in sports medicine, including national and international sports medicine leaders.
a The mission of the Arizona Board of Athletic Training (AzBAT) is to assure the public's health, safety and welfare by licensing and regulating individuals who provide athletic training services.
AzATA web site The Arizona Athletic Trainers Association (AzATA) was formed to promote the profession of athletic training within the State of Arizona.
NATA web site The mission of the National Athletic Trainer's Association is to enhance the quality of health care for athletes and those engaged in physical activity, and to advance the profession of athletic training through education and research in the prevention, evaluation, management and rehabilitation of injuries.
NATA BoC web site The Mission of the NATA Board of Certification is to certify athletic trainers and to identify for the public, quality healthcare professionals through a system of certification, adjudication, standards of practice and continuing competency programs.
This is the website for the Education Council, a constituent part of NATA.

 

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