Clinical & Drug Information
Evidence-based, physician-authored clinical decision support resource for clinicians making point-of-care decisions.
The first time you connect to UpToDate using this link, you will be asked to provide your campus key and pass- word. Once you log in you can create a personal account for future use of the UpToDate system. Creating an account only takes a few seconds, you won't have to re-enter all of the information each time you connect through Scott Library, and it provides off-campus access and CME credit.
Comprehensive pharmacology content applicable at the point-of-care across all patient ages and many areas of specialization.
Critical appraisals of new prescription drugs and comparative reviews of drugs for common diseases. Includes the Handbook of Antimicrobial Therapy, an adverse drug interaction program, and a mobile app.
Access The Medical Letter
Evidence-based databases, tools and continuing education about dietary supplements, natural medicines, and comple- mentary alternative and integrative therapies.
Access Natural Medicines
Reference guide highlighting selected resources provided by the Scott Memorial Library, Thomas Jefferson community and the Web.
See other relevant clinical & drug databases from our A-Z list of databases.
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Library staff are happy to help you locate materials.
If you need an item that Scott Library does not own, we can order a copy for you from another library.
Use this form to request books and journals for support of teaching or research.