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AccessEmergency Medicine is an online medical resource that provides students and residents with interactive content, self-assessment, and leading medical texts to excel in basic and advanced studies, clerkships, and crucial test prep. It allows for practicing physicians to brush up on their medical knowledge to enhance decision-making at the point-of-care and ensure best patient outcomes. It includes a complete full-text library of clinical textbooks, including Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 8e, and many others.

PDF's of Individual chapters or sections can be downloaded or printed.. Text to speech reader is available at the chapter level. Create a free MyAccess account to use the self-assessment features and the free app. A MyAccess account also allows off-site access without the use of VPN or the library proxy. The McGraw-Hill Medical website has many modules. Use the drop down menu labeled McGraw-Hill Medical, found in the upper left corner of the screen, to view the library provided modules.

The McGraw Hill/AccessMedicine license does not allow for use of images or brief text in course materials/packs. Users are encouraged to use persistent links to AccessMedicine. For class material, please see Recommended Practices for Creating Persistent Links for guidance on creating persistent links. Please contact McGraw-Hill for questions.
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Heath Poll Database is an archive of exclusively health-oriented survey questions. It is designed to support research on topics like the social determinants of health, access to care, individual health status, health policy, and health politics.
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