AccessSurgery® from McGraw-Hill Medical is an integrated online resource that provides medical students, surgical residents, and practicing surgeons with quick answers to surgical inquiries from trusted sources. Organized around the accepted ACGME's (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) Core Curriculum, AccessSurgery delivers content in context.
In addition to the resources we provide to residency programs, AccessSurgery offers a Clerkship Corner, which is designed to provide clerks with text resources, case scenarios, and question and answers for their surgery rotation. In the Clerkship Corner, content is organized both by Core Topics as well as by Organ Systems.
The Core Topics resources on the homepage as well as the Core Topics and Organ System resources on the Clerkship Corner are selected by Gerard Doherty, MD, who serves both as Editor-in-Chief of AccessSurgery as well as Chair of APDS (Association of Program Directors in Surgery), one of the organizing bodies that created the accepted ACGME Core Curriculum.
Custom Curriculum Tool to Ease Medical Training Rotation Management: AccessSurgery's Custom Curriculum enables surgery program directors to create learning modules with AccessSurgery content, track resident progress, and generate usage reports. With Custom Curriculum and an institutional subscription, surgery program directors can build a resource that matches their programs' specific educational needs.
If you are interested in activating Custom Curriculum, please contact Marsha Gelber (email@example.com).
NEW! We've recently partnered with Simbionix to provide those institutions with both, a subscription to Simbionix's MentorLearn System and AccessSurgery, with a customized curriculum designed to address the cognitive and psychomotor skills needed to perform a variety of procedures. Curated by Simbionix and organized to support the procedures offered by their simulators, this curriculum provides the resident with the top quality medical knowledge they need to make the transition from concept to practice.
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AccessSurgery offers leading content from:
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Videos featured in several major textbooks
Adapted from Zollinger's Atlas of Surgical Operations, 8e
In addition to providing unparalleled, integrated content, AccessSurgery offers a range of special features designed to both assist resident and clerk education and support surgical practice.
- Look up a symptom or disease in our Differential Diagnosis (DDx) tool.
- Discover related Government Guidelines by clicking a pre-populated search box.
- Integrated drug database providing critical information on medication indications, dosages, contraindications, and drug classes.
- Access to clerk-level information to review cases or questions and answers.
Advisory Board: AccessSurgery is guided by a preeminent Advisory Board.
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"To this reviewer’s knowledge, AccessSurgery is the only surgery-specific resource like it on the market at this time and is therefore recommended to any institution with a medical school or surgical residency program. The curriculum and multimedia content enhance the uniqueness of the product, especially when compared to resources with broader medical content. AccessSurgery’s strengths are the breadth of content format, search options and usability, and that it includes information from credible sources."
-Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries, November 2011
Additional Information for Librarians: AccessSurgery offers retrievable institutional user statistics and MARC 21 records. AccessSurgery also offers flexible access for both in-network and remote users via IP authentication, Athens authentication, referral URL, and/or user name and password.
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