Search your app store for "primal pictures ltd" and download the module that you need. 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.
Aquifer contains case-based clinical simulations designed to develop clinical reasoning and self-directed learning and self-assessment skills. Register for an account before accessing the app. iOS only.
Clinical decision support tool that offers a step-by-step approach to help manage patient diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, and prevention. To use the mobile app, register for a personal account by visiting the BMJ Best Practice homepage. Use the account information you set up to log in to the app.
Users can access content, including assignments, any time, anywhere. All performance and quiz data syncs between the website and mobile app for a seamless experience. Offline access also allows users to download quizzes so they can study when it is most convenient for them, even without internet access. Use your BoardVitals account information to sign in to the app.
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.
You will need a Clinical Pharmacology account to use the app while off-campus. Once you have signed up for an account, go to the Clinical Pharmacology home page, and click Login at the top right corner of the screen.
If you are viewing the page in a mobile browser, tap the three lines at the top right corner of the browser window, then tap Login.
Log in to your account, and click your name at the top right corner of the screen (tap the three lines at the top right corner if on mobile), and select "Apply for Remote Access".
When you receive the email from firstname.lastname@example.org with your remote access link, tap or click the link to activate temporary remote access. Then, log in to your account. Now, you can use your account to log in to the Clinical Pharmacology app.
Contact your campus library if you have any questions or need assistance with setting up your Clinical Pharmacology account or remote access.
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.
Register for a personal account to save your progress and create study plans.
When completing the registration form:
1. In the Institutional Dropdown, select your school.
2. In the email field, enter your institutional email address
Provides evidence-based, clinically-organized summaries based on reviews of over 500 core clinical journals and systematic review databases. Register for a personal account on the Dynamed home page, then search your app store to download the mobile app.
This podcast covers key internal medicine concepts using board-style vignettes featured in Harrison's Self-Assessment and Board Review. Find this podcast at Access Medicine, or download it through iTunes or Apple's Podcast app.
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.
From a desktop browser, go to the Isabel home page. Click/tap the “Mobile Access” link at the top of the screen.
Make a note of the mobile access login details.
From your mobile browser, go to the Isabel home page. Tap “Login” and enter the mobile access username and password that you made a note of. Tap the check box next to “Remember me” to have your browser save the credentials.
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.
You will need to create an individual My STAT!Ref account to use the app while off-campus. Once you have signed up and successfully logged in, enable off-campus access by selecting the Temporary Login Account tab. Click the box next to “I‘m not a robot” and then click Activate/Renew.
After activation, you will be able to use your My STAT!Ref to directly access STAT!Ref content either through the STAT!Ref app or website.
To renew your MY STAT!Ref account, sign in to your My STAT!Ref account through the PCOM Network and follow the activation directions above.
Contact your campus library if you have any questions or need assistance with setting up your My STAT!Ref account or enabling remote access.
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.
To use the WSJ app, register for a personal account. Then use your username and password to sign in to the app.
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.