On this page, we provide a list of cases, videos, and platforms that you can use in creating digital GME instructional and didactic sessions for your residents.
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1. Access Medicine: All of the McGraw Hill "Access" platforms provide online lectures, patient interview and patient safety modules, procedural videos, Case Files for hypothetical case presentations, Resident Readiness materials, Flashcards & Review Questions. Special features include: Harrison's Podclass, Harrison's Pathophyisology animations, diagnostic and imaging studies, and the Vanderbilt/IM Peds curriculum.
2. Access Anesthesiology: Special features include: Goodman & Gilman's Pharmacology videos and Morgan & Mikhail's Clinical Anesthesiology.
3. Access Emergency Medicine: Special features include: Tintinalli's Necessary Takeaways
4. Access Neurology: Special features include: Interactive Neuroanatomy Atlas
5. Access OB/GYN: Special features include: Female Reproductive System Module, Fleischer’s Sonography Teaching Cases in Obstetrics & Gynecology
6. Access Pediatrics: Special features include: Symptom-Based Diagnosis in Pediatrics
7. Access Pharmacy: Special features include: NAPLEX Review and Standardized Patient Encounters
8. Access Surgery: Special features include: Zollinger's Video Atlas of Surgical Operations and Behind the Knife
9. 5 Minute Clinical Consult: Point-of-care reference tool that offers quick access to evidence-based recommendations on diseases and conditions, procedures, drugs, patient exercises, and lab tests. Algorithms and charts, plus patient education is available. Mobile app accessible.
10. Clinical Key: Clinical Key Clinical Updates and Clinical Overviews content delivers CME credit and are easily convertible into self-guided assessment assignments for residents. Procedural videos can also be converted into self-guided assigned cases for instruction.
1. Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy: Practicing surgeons and physicians can use the Video Atlas to renew their anatomical knowledge. Exams can be assigned for each individual unit. Exams require an individual log-in, which is free to our users.
2. JOVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments): JOVE offers almost 12,000 videos with corresponding text on clinical skills, medicine topics (including emergency medicine and obstetrics), as well as videos specific to COVID19. JOVE is offering all of its videos FREE until June 15th from this link.
1. MedEd Portal Virtual Learning Resources: Link to Resource MedEd Portal is an open access resource with learning modules for medical students and healthcare clinicians. This link will lead you to peer-reviewed teaching resources that can be used for distance learning, including self-directed modules and learning activities that could be converted to virtual interactions.
2. TVASurg (Toronto Video Atlas of Surgery) Link to Resource The Toronto Video Atlas of Surgery is a 3D-animation enhanced surgical video atlas. It aims to instruct surgeons in the surgical care of patients with complex problems in the fields of hepato-pancreato-biliary, transplant, gynaecology, and obstetrics, and highlight the advanced surgical techniques required for the management of these patients.
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