Library Database Tutorials
Access is available through your WVSOM network account username and password, with exceptions listed below.
Access to over 85 McGraw-Hill textbooks, as well as videos and other learning materials.
A collection of detailed videos demonstrating various parts of human anatomy from bones and muscles to arteries and more.
A guide for medical and scientific publishing.
e-books from the AHA. Titles include the ACLS Provider ManualLicenses are limited, if you can't access a title try again later.
Clinical lectures that can be used for CME credit or as a teaching and learning resource for students, residents or clinicians. Login and password required on and off campus.
CDs are available in the library and online.
Designed to provide physicians with fast, clinically relevant answers from Elsevier's enormous library of proprietary medical and surgical content.
Collection of medical and other healthcare specialty databases provided by Cochrane and other organizations. It consists of systematic reviews and meta-analyses of medical research.
Provides evidence-based, peer-reviewed medical information resources aimed at increasing clinical knowledge, providing point-of-care reference, and improving patient care.
EndNote is a citations manager. Please use your WVSOM email address to register. The same login information can be used for the desktop app.
Access a variety of USMLE First Aid Texts online, including texts for Steps 1, 2, and 3.
Access the new First Aid Board Book Collection online! Includes First Aid for the COMLEX
Read full text articles from the JAOA.
Contains a variety of basic science and Osteopathic texts.
A set of texts useful for 3rd and 4th year students.
Commonly known as "BRS,"is a collection of board study books now available online.
Weekly medical journal that publishes new medical research and review articles.
Requires users to create a login and password. Please visit the library tutorials (button at top of this page) to set up your account or to renew your access. Once you have created an account, you can login on the NYT website.
Features DSM-5, The American Journal of Psychiatry and sixteen American Psychiatric Association ebooks and four American Psychiatric Association ejournals.
Provides citations for biomedical literature from online journals, MEDLINE, and more, often with links to full-text content.
Full-text ebooks as well as a customized personal account option that allows user to create bookmarks, store images, manage references, email sections of text, export bibliographic citations, and create course links. Images may be exported for use in other applications. R2 ebook licenses vary regarding number of concurrent users; if you receive a message that the book is currently exceeding the number of licenses, try again later. Lock-outs will be monitored and licenses increased based on demand.
Allows you to customize images and create presentations, and contains all of the images from Thieme's top educational Anatomy titles.
uCentral includes The Johns Hopkins POC-IT ABX Guide, Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Infertility: Handbook for Clinicians, and additional resources.
Remote access (not on campus) requires a serial number. Please email or call the library for information.
Provides evidence-based, peer-reviewed medical information resources aimed at increasing clinical knowledge and improving patient care.
Available to WVSOM and MSOPTI students, residents, and WVSOM clinical faculty. Log into the password protected web page with your WVSOM account to register.
Logical Images has developed the most comprehensive digital medical image library of over 100,000 peer-reviewed images representing all ages and skin types as well as disease variation based on severity and stage, including classic and rare presentations.
This extensive collection, which continues to grow, is the foundation for VisualDx.