Tagged: Point-of-care resources

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AccessMedicine provides unlimited simultaneous user ebook access to the most recent editions of a collection of core medical reference and textbooks (e.g., Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, and Goodman & Gilman’s Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics), relevant to health sciences professions graduate students (e.g., medical, nursing, nurse practitoner, physician assistants), as well
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The Clinical Resources Center (CRC) is the website portal to information resources for clinicians at UC Davis Health, including point of care tools, decision support, drug and nutrition information. The CRC also provides webpages of customized content for first and third year medical students. A collaboration of the UC Davis Center
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This guide provides an overview of evidence-based practice (EBP) resources, including: resources for learning about EBP clinical point-of-care tools practice guidelines systematic reviews literature databases background sources Here’s a tip sheet that can help you get started. Library VPN (Pulse Secure) is required to access library-licensed resources
March 15, 2017 • Amy Studer
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VisualDx is a web-based clinical decision support system proven to enhance diagnostic accuracy, aid therapeutic decisions, and improve patient safety and is based on images of the physical exam. It includes the Differential Builder, which provides a symptom-based approach to diagnosis.
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TDS Health hosts the STAT!Ref library of selected health sciences online reference books and dictionaries, point-of care-tools, and consumer health resources. TDS Health hosts recent editions of selected medical and pharmacy ebooks (e.g., AJCC Cancer Staging Manual, Trissel’s Stability of Compound Formulations, Handbook on Injectable Drugs), dictionaries (e.g., Stedman’s Medical Dictionary, Dorland’s
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Natural Medicines provides clinical, evidence-based information on dietary supplements, natural medicines, and complementary, alternative, and integrative therapies. Search results in Natural Medicines draw from several databases: Foods, Herbs & Supplements; Health & Wellness; Comparative Effectiveness; Sports Medicine; Medical conditions; Manufacturers; and, Commercial Products. Special tools provide quick guidance about: interactions,