- Same trusted leading content – Find more than 180 titles from leaders in the medical field, including Harrison’s Online, CMDT, Schwartz’s Principles of Surgery, Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine, Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach, and more. We’ll still be offering the excellent curated content that you can trust.
- Federated Search – Coming in Q1, all our Access products will be organized into one federated collection, eliminating the need to search across multiple sites.
- Responsive design for mobile – The browser automatically adjusts depending on the device so users have a great viewing experience no matter what device they use!
- Greater personalization – Users can save images, use custom curriculum, set up alerts, and log in remotely by creating a My Access account
- Log in remotely using your My Access account – By creating a My Access account when they are at your institution, users will be able to log on remotely by using their My Access user name and password. No VPNs and no extra logins needed!
- Enhanced custom curriculum for rotation management – Sample curricula will allow for quick adaption to suit your faculty’s needs; further integration and customization options, such as being able to build a curriculum pulling for all your Access subscriptions, will ease rotation management and improve the learner experience.
McGraw-Hill has upgraded the interface to their Access online medical products. To learn more about the changes you can watch a recorded webinar on YouTube or you can register for a live webinar on Wednesday, January 15th, 10:00 AM. The upgrade includes:
Please be advised that Web of Knowledge will release a new look and feel beginning on Sunday January 12, 2014 at 9:00 AM and ending by 9:00 PM. Web of Knowledge may not be available intermittently during that period. We apologize for any interruption this may cause.
Part of the new look and feel include changing the name of the resource Web of Knowledge to Web of Science, changes to the user interface, and changes to the collection of resources that are searched by default. What was previously known as the Web of Science will be known as the Web of Science Core Collection in the new interface. Complete information regarding the changes can be found in the Release Notes for Web of Science v5.13. Briefer information can be found here. Training on the new interface is available from YouTube as well as live and recorded webinars by Thomson Reuthers.
If you need help accessing or navigating the new Web of Science, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can now conduct a citation search on ClinicalKey by copying and pasting a citation from a source into the search box. ClinicalKey will recognize the search term type as a citation and will deliver results containing the citation information. ClinicalKey identifies citation formats as defined by the NLM.
The following is an example of the citation format. The required information to conduct this type of search is in the red font.
Moon J, Shim CY, Ha JW, Cho IJ, Kang MK, Yang WI, Jang Y, Chung N, Cho SY. Clinical and hocardiographic predictors of outcomes in patients with apical hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Am J Cardiol. 2011 Dec 1;108(11):1614-9.