In AccessEmergency MedicineTM from McGraw-Hill Medical, physicians and residents will find answers for a broad spectrum of complaints encountered in the ED, ranging from neurologic and orthopedic emergencies, to poisoning and trauma. A semantically-driven search engine provides quick and targeted treatment information, as well as deeper information such as different presentations, diagnostic tests, procedures, and more. Optimized for mobile devices to ensure busy professionals have essential information on the go!
AccessEmergency Medicine Advisory Board
Editor-in-Chief, Judith E. Tintinalli, MD, MS, FACEP
Professor and Chair Emeritus (1991-), Department of Emergency Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Editor of Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide
Associate Editor, Stephen H. Thomas, MD, MPH
George Kaiser Family Foundation Professor and Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine
Mary Jo Wagner, MD, FACEP
Synergy Medical Education Alliance/Michigan State University Residency Director and Professor of Emergency Medicine
Kevin Biese, MD, MAT
Emergency Medicine Residency Director, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
With AccessEmergency Medicine, program directors can build a custom curriculum:
- Create rotations online and schedule grand rounds, lectures or other offline activities to meet asynchronous learning needs.
- Assign reference content, videos, CME activities and animations from AccessEmergency Medicine
- Mandate board review, create Custom Tests, selecting the number of questions and the passing grade
- Track, report, and download resident usage by individual or rotation
- Link out to external web resources and primary references
Now Available: Emergency Medicine Residency Curriculum (EMReC!)
The Emergency Medicine Residency Curriculum (EMReC) is a shared multimodality curriculum developed by the AccessEmergencyMedicine advisory board in conjunction with education/curriculum specialists—available through Custom Curriculum!
Why use EMReC on AccessEmergency Medicine?
EMReC on AccessEmergency Medicine can be used as a start-to-finish, out-of-the-box curriculum, adaptable to the specific needs of your residency program. It’s a great starting point for residency directors in need of assistance in establishing and developing monitored curricula for their individual institutions.
EMReC can be managed and monitored through the innovative Custom Curriculum tool on AccessEmergency Medicine—FREE with an institutional subscription!
AccessEmergency Medicine offers leading content from:
Textbooks: Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 7e
(including regular updates)
Goldfrank’s Toxicologic Emergencies, 9e
Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 3e
Emergency Ultrasound, 2e
Emergency Radiology: Case Studies
Neurologic Emergencies, 3e
Emergency Orthopedics: The Extremities, 5e
Atlases: Atlas of Emergency Medicine, 3e
Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Fitzpatrick’s Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology, 6e
Board Review: Emergency Medicine: Examination & Board Review
Quick Answers: Emergency Medicine Manual, 6e
Procedures: Emergency Medicine Procedures
In addition to providing leading emergency medicine content, AccessEmergency Medicine offers a range of special features designed to both assist resident education and support clinical practice:
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Additional Information for Librarians
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