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QR Codes for DO Students
Download a free QR code reader from your app store and use it to quickly add sites of interest to your mobile device's home screen.
Create a free personal account by clicking the registration link on the upper right of the page. Once you have created an account, download the AccessMedicine app from Apple or Android. Log in using the login and password you created.
Note: You must log in to AccessMedicine through the library's web site once every thirty days to keep your app active. Once you have logged in, press the reload symbol on the app to refresh it.
Using the app, you can use Quick Diagnosis & Treatment, Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests, Diagnosaurus and Fitzpatrick's Clinical Dermatology Atlas.
Create an account within DynaMedPlus and register for a free account. (Click the link at the upper right of the DynaMed Plus home page) Then use the link on the DynaMed launch page to obtain the app. DynaMedPlus is usable even when you are not connected to the internet.
Important: Make sure you are on a wifi connection the first time you use the app. DynaMed downloads directly to your phone, and can take up to 20 minutes to download onto your device.
Download the app from Google Play or the Apple App store. Use the plain yellow Audio Digest version, NOT the platinum version.
Email Jane or Sarah for the login/password information, or call the medical library at 910-893-7700.
Please do not share the login / password information with those who are not affiliated with Campbell.
Note: Currently the "CEU" function is unavailable. However, enjoy the audio presentations!
Essential Evidence Plus (Cochrane)
Designed specifically for use on mobile devices. When possible, it links to full text.
Upgraded and expanded from MD Consult, this point-of-care research and "clinical insight engine" contains hundreds of Elsevier's medical books, textbooks and very current journals, Procedures Consult's procedural videos, the First Consult POC interface, additional videos and images, practice guidelines, patient handouts, and drug information from Gold Standard.
MICROMEDEX Healthcare Series
The MICROMEDEX Healthcare Series provides a wide range of databases tailored to meet the needs of healthcare professionals, including information related to drugs, acute care, toxicology, and patient education.
Clinical Pharmacology is designed to provide timely, concise drug information and clinical reports for medical professionals and health care consumers.
Restricted access to College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences faculty/students only.
For mobile access, click the Databases tab on the library home page.
Select Clinical Pharmacology 2000.
Click the CP Mobile App button at the top of the page.
Follow the directions.
Download the Clinical Pharmacology app from your app store.
Login using the account credentials you created in Clinical Pharmacology.
This differential diagnosis tool is a component of AccessMedicine.
To use AccessMedicine remotely:
- Go the the AccessMedicine home page.
- Click Campbell University at the top of the page.
- Follow the directions to create a personal profile.
- Download the app from your app store.
- Use your created credentials (NOT your Campbell credentials) to log in.
- Click this link
- Login to UptoDate with your Campbell email credentials.
- Create a free personal account in UptoDate by clicking the Login / Register link at the top of the page.
- Follow the onscreen directions.
- Once your account is created, you will receive a link to install the app.
Note: You have to reauthenicate your association with Campbell every thirty days. To do this, go to UptoDate through the medical library's home page and then login to UptoDate using the credentials you created when you set up your account.