Click on the Multimedia menu option to view videos by category including procedural videos and body systems. Also try browsing through the image library for diagrams, pictures and radiologic tests results.
Features more than 8 hours of video content to visually illustrates head-to-toe and systems-based physical examination techniques for use by students and faculty in medical, nursing, and related programs. The videos are meant to compliment the Bates textbook. Also includes OSCE clinical skills videos.
1869-Present. Fulltext and PDF since 1950; Archive in PDF. Covers all fields of science and technology. Most-cited weekly science journal. Features podcasts of a weekly science show, a news blog, and videos in which authors discuss their research.
Nursing Reference Center is the premier evidence-based information resource designed specifically for nurses. With Nursing Reference Center Plus, nurses can get answers to questions quickly, strengthen their nursing skills, read full-text journal articles and get access to videos, images and new topics also covering nursing management and leadership.
Use the Graphics link on left side for algorithms, diagnostic images, figures, forms, movies, pictures, tables, and waveforms.Use the Graphics link on left side for algorithms, diagnostic images, figures, forms, movies, pictures, tables, and waveforms.
Available on web and via mobile app. The Differential Builder allows you to choose a clinical scenario and then enter patient findings to build a differential diagnosis for your patient. The VisualDx Search allows you to look up a specific diagnosis by name or clinical finding.
Don't forget that you must cite multimedia resources just as you would any other copyrighted text. Below is some additional information on citing images, videos and other multi-media. If you still have questions, please speak to a librarian.