McGraw-Hill Highlights AccessPediatrics as “Unique” Medical Resource

by Karen Hendricks / 05 April 2017 / No Comments

By Matthew Rovery, McGraw Hill Senior Account Manager

AccessPediatrics from McGraw-Hill Medical covers the entire span of pediatric practice, from neonatology through adolescent medicine. Updated regularly, this comprehensive online pediatric resource provides instant access to information essential for completing evaluation, diagnosis, case management decisions, self-assessment and board review — all in one place.

AccessPediatrics can help medical students to excel in their clerkship through use of use videos, cases, and Q&A; assist residents with leading pediatric textbooks and vignette style exam prep that will establish an important foundation for future practice; enable faculty and program directors to map out rotations and grand rounds that eases workflow; and allow practicing pediatricians to quickly search for relevant clinical information.

Why is AccessPediatrics unique?

AccessPediatrics provides benefits that deliver indispensable support in resident education and clinical practice – through these exclusive interactive features:

Over 30 leading pediatric textbooks – AccessPediatrics is the only place to view the fully searchable and complete content of the landmark pediatric text for more than a century, Rudolph’s Pediatrics, and others such as Neonatology: Management, Procedures, On-Call Problems, Diseases, and Drugs, The Color Atlas of Pediatrics. 

Quick Reference – Concise outlines of conditions and disorders most often encountered in medical practice from the Texas Children’s Hospital Handbook – whether used as a high-yield review for studying or for quick reference in a clinical setting. Images and algorithms are also highlighted in the search to help confirm diagnosis and clinical decision making.

Extensive multimedia library – A unique collection of procedure and concept videos/animations that dynamically illustrate and explore anatomy and physiology to prime residents for hands on work in their field.

Pediatric Board Review – Designed to prepare residents with extensive Q&A that mirrors the case vignette style seen on today’s pediatric board exams.  Over 5,000 Q&A including three different board review titles.

Pediatric Case Files– Over 500 pediatric and neonatal-perinatal cases for self-study or group discussion.

Contact for More Information:

Matthew Rovery / Email / Phone: 646-766-3168

This article is part of a series, highlighting new products/collections available to medical librarians in the NNLM/MAR, NNLM/SEA, and NNLM/NER, via the HSLANJ Group Licensing Initiative’s Spring 2017 Offer. The deadline to participate in the Offer is May 5, 2017. Contact HSLANJ GLI Project Manager Robert T. Mackes (email or 570-856-5952) for more information.