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AccessEmergency User Guide: User Guide

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AccessEmergency Medicine is a comprehensive online emergency medicine resource, providing quick diagnosis and treatment answers for a wide range of complaints encountered in Emergency Departments. Key Features of AccessEmergency Medicine include leading emergency medicine textbooks, procedural videos, interactive self-assessment, integrated drug database, patient education, clerkship corner and patient education handouts.

AccessEmergency is optimised for mobile devices.

      

 

MyAccess Profile

To set this up:

  1. Open AccessEmergency Medicine. You must be on-site to create the profile.
  2. Click on "Monash Medical Center" in the upper right hand corner of the page. Once there, click on "Create a Free MyAccess Profile".
  3. In the pop-up window, click on "Create a Free MyAccess Profile".

For more information, see this video or click here to learn about the features available.

How to set up an Access Profile

AccessEmergency is now available as a mobile app. 

To install the App, follow the steps below.

  1. Register for a MyAccess Profile using the instructions in the "set up account" tab.
  2. Install the app, using the Apple or Google store icons above.
  3. Log in using your MyAccess account details.

You will be asked to re-validate your institutional subscription every 90 days. You will receive an email with instructions.


Watch an in depth demonstration to the app below.

Searching

AccessEmergency Medicine utilises a simple, easy to use search feature. The search bar can be found at  the top of all pages. Search terms can quickly be filled-out with the auto-suggest feature. Exact phrase searching is available using quotations.

The Boolean operator "AND" is implied by default in searches, though "NOT" and "OR" are not. For example, if you search "diabetes falls" into the search it will automatically search "diabetes AND falls" but if you want to search "diabetes or falls" you need to add "or" into your search. This also applies to "not".

Advanced search features are available through Modify Search and Filter Results on the left hand side of the results page. This allows you to:

Focus a search by modifying the terms (keyword, title, author, ISBN)
Filter results by format (book, cases, multimedia, etc.)
Select textbooks to see results by specific titles
Narrow results by topics


Learn more by watching McGraw Hill's instructional video here.

AccessEmergency Medicine has resources targeted to students to support learning and exam preparation.

 Modules consist of textbook chapters, interactive cases, videos and quizzes. 

Emergency Medicine

The following resources support treatment answers for a broad spectrum of complaints encountered in the ED specifically designed for optimized viewing on any device.

  • Best of the Blogs
    •  6-month archive of high-quality posts from open access websites, blogs, and podcasts.
    •  linked to chapters in Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine for further reading.
  • To the Point: Clinical Reviews
    • Reviews on topics relating to Emergency Medicine,
    • Includes, Background, Methods, Results, Relevance to Emergency Medicine and References
  • Emergency Medicine Manual
    • Short summaries of different topics in Emergency Medicine
    • Search function to get information directly

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Monash Health Library provides educational resources, group training, webinars and individual consultations on evidence based practice including guidance on literature searching, appraising and managing search results.

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