Library Resources for the Case of Quincy
ACP Medicine provides authoritative clinical information across the 15
sub-specialties of internal medicine including Cardiovascular Medicine,
Respiratory Medicine, Gastroenterology, and Endocrinology.
MD Consult is an online system licensed by the UIC Library which offers
over 50 online full-text medical reference books. These include some very
well-known and highly used titles such as
Cecil Textbook of Medicine,
Sabiston Textbook of Surgery,
Pathologic Basis of Disease,
Conn's Current Therapy,
to name just a few. The books can be
browsed individually by title, table of contents, or the back-of-the-book
indexes. Topic searches can also be performed across all titles. The MD
Consult system includes information beyond books such as health news, drug
information, patient handouts, and some full-text journals.
AccessMedicine is an online system licensed by the UIC Library which
includes the online full-text of 10 major medical reference books such as
Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine and
Goodman & Gilman's Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics.
This also contains a collection of the Lange Review books.
STAT!Ref is an online system licensed by the UIC Library and includes
access to several full-text medical books as well as some other sources
such as medical calculators and Stedman's Medical Dictionary.
This resource also includes the full text of the Dictionary of Medical
Acronyms and Abbreviations.
This basic resource is freely available through the MedlinePlus website and includes
the A.D.A.M. Medical Encyclopedia with over 4,000 articles.
Resources in Print
Dictionary of Medical Acronyms & Abbreviations
Also available online through
Stedman's Medical Dictionary
Also available online through
Streptococcal Pharyngitis: Optimal Management.
J.C. Pechere and E.L. Kaplan, eds.
WV410 S915 2004
Dennis L. Stevens and Edward L. Kaplan, eds.
WC210 S9156 2000
Jane Austen 1775-1817
"My sore throats, you know, are always worse than anybody's."
Persuasion. Ch. 18 (1815)
How to Cite Your Sources
IHD Citation Guide
A guide to research resources for the IHD class includes
some sample citations in the AMA format. You can use this as a guide from
which to model your citation format.
RefWorks is a Web-based bibliography and database manager, also licensed
by the UIC Library for your use. You can create your own personal
database by importing references from text files or exporting directly
from online databases. You can use these references in writing papers and
automatically format the paper and the bibliography in seconds.
Citation and Style Guides
This page is from the UIC Library's Electronic Reference Shelf and offers
a list of links to resources on citation and style guides.
Where to go for Help with IHD
Information Services staff
offers reference assistance to students during regularly
scheduled reference hours or as available. We also offer individual
appointments for training on any of our online systems. The Reference
phone number is: 244-0607. The Library email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org