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AccessMedicine

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AccessMedicine comprises over 100 e-books, including a clinical library (Harrison's Online, CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine and more) and the LANGE Educational Library (LANGE Basic Science and LANGE CURRENT Clinical Science Series), as well as a USMLE self-assessment tool and more than 50 clinical cases. Also includes online desktop, PDA, iPod, and MP3 features.  Updated Daily.

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Research or Private Study? Yes
Linking? Yes
Learning Management System? Yes
Text and Data Mining? No
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Subjects

Medicine

Formats

Audio, E-Books, Images, Video

Mobile Access

The AccessMedicine app is available to UBC users. To activate and for continued access to the app, users must have an active My Access account and sign in every 90 days, either on the UBC network or from off campus via EZproxy. Initial signup for the My Access account must occur on the UBC network, or from off-campus through EZproxy.  To sign up for a My Access account, connect to AccessMedicine using the 'Connect to resource' button above (EZproxy sign-in for off-campus users will be automatic), then click on "The University of British Columbia Library" drop-down in the top right. To download the app, please visit the App Store or Google Play

Funding Notes AccessMedicine is funded in part by the Faculty of Medicine in support of the distributed MD Undergraduate Program.