McGraw-Hill Medical Databases are now available on Trial

Date : 06 Nov 2018

McGraw-Hill Medical Databases now available on trail until 30th November, 2018.

About McGraw-Hill Medical Databases

McGraw-Hill Medical offer a more personalized and streamlined experience to Access databases, with a new platform page that will serve as a centralized location for many of the new and enhanced features of the Access online medical products. Find information from more than 14 databases, more than 180 titles, including Harrison’s, CMDT, Schwartz’s Principles of Surgery, Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine, Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach, and more will be easier and faster, giving you more time to dedicate to patients, research, or studies.

Databases included:

  • AccessPharmacy
  • JAMA Evidence
  • AccessMedicine
  • AccessPhysiotherapy
  • ObGyn Collection
  • AccessSurgery
  • AccessAnesthesiology
  • AccessCardiology
  • HemOnc Collection
  • AccessEmergencyMedicine
  • AccessPediatrics
  • John Murtagh’s General Practice Collection
  • Neurology Collection
  • Case Files Collection

How to access the databases?

Sign up for and complete a MyAccess profile by logging into your institution’s subscription and clicking on your institution name in the upper right-hand corner.  
1 – Click Create a Free MyAccess Profile.
2 – Click “Don’t have a MyAccess profile,” and fill in the form. It’s that easy!

  • Gain remote access to your subscribed site(s) using just your MyAccess profile credentials. No extra logins or VPNs required. 
  • Access Self-Assessment to create and save practice tests
  • Save chapters, cases, videos, images and tables to your Favorites
  • View recently viewed content 
  • Download multiple images directly to PowerPoint
  • Log in to gain and track CME credits 

Click here to create MyAccess profile

 


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P.O Box 505055, Dubai UAE

Phone: 04-383 8802.
Email: library@mbru.ac.ae

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