Increasingly, library users need and expect instant access to the most critical resources. Using this guide as a starting point, Preston Medical Library users will be able to obtain mobile access to UpToDate, electronic books from McGraw Hill's Access Medicine, and high quality drug information from LexiComp. As always, please contact the library if you have additional questions.
The library's journal collections are now integrated with QxMD Read's Institutional Edition. You can now use this app to read PDF's on your mobile device from library-subscribed journals.
Learn more and find download links here:
Note: When installing the app, you will be prompted to log in with your UTMC credentials, this will link you to the library's collections. If you need assistance with this, contact Michael Lindsay.
Creating an Access profile:
Search by "Access Medicine" in your phone's app store, and look for "Access - by McGraw Hill"
Need to learn more? Check out the Access app guide from McGraw-Hill.
See our UpToDate Anywhere Guide.
Provides access to the literature in nursing and allied health disciplines including selected titles in biomedicine, alternative therapies, and consumer health. It also offers access to Evidence-Based Care Sheets, searchable cited references, and over 250 research instrument descriptions.
Elsevier's ClinicalKey is a search engine of Elsevier medical content including: journals, books, disease summaries, drug monographs, clinical guidelines, images, procedure videos, and patient information. This content requires a NetID to access and is provided by UTHSC for UTHSC Knoxville faculty, residents, and staff.
To access the Mobile App:
From the Preston Medical Library homepage, find the Databases A-Z link at the top of the menu on top right of the page.
Find the link to ClinicalKey
Next, you will be prompted to log into UTHSC, this will require your NetID
From the ClinicalKey screen, click the "Register" link.
Complete the registration form, adding your UTHSC email and a password you select (your UTHSC email is your NetID + uthsc.edu (example: netID@uthsc.edu)
Download the app:
Log in with the credentials you just set up, remember to look for the global login, not the institutional or Open Athens login.