Search your app store for "primal pictures ltd" and download the module that you need (there are 12 in total).
To use an AnatomyTV module, go to the website through the link above. Select the module on the that you want to use. This will open the corresponding app and bypass the request for a login/password.
BrowZine lets you find, read, and share articles, as well as create lists of your favorite journals. Use BrowZine to notify you when new articles are published in journals you follow.
Open the app and select our school from the list provided. Log in with your PCOM username and password. To access your personal BrowZine account, go to Settings and tap "BrowZine Account" at the top of the screen.
Search differential diagnoses by symptoms, diseases, organ system or all entries. Links directly into AccessMedicine to learn more about many of the most common diseases and disorders.
You can use Diagnosaurus through AccessMedicine or the AccessMedicine app. Create a MyAccess profile, or use your existing MyAccess username/password.
Provides evidence-based, clinically-organized summaries based on reviews of over 500 core clinical journals and systematic review databases.
To get the mobile app, go to the home page, click on the "Get the DynaMed Plus Mobile App" link, and follow the instructions.
To download, use the link above, and click/tap the "Download Mobile Apps" button below the Resources box. Follow the access instructions for the module you want to use.
For academic and educational use only.
Mango teaches learners to think critically in a new language and retain what they’ve learned.
Download the Mango Languages app from your app store. Create an account, and log in to the app using that account.
From the VisualDx home page, click or tap "Get the Mobile App", then select "Create a Personal VisualDx Account". After you have created your account, download the app from your app store, and log in using your VisualDx username and password.
AthenaHealth is providing a year's free access to Epocrates for medical students. Instructions for setting up an account and obtaining your free access are included below. Please note: Epocrates is not currently licensed or supported by PCOM Library.