Each tabbed page provides:
1. Buttons that link to each of the best suited subscribed library resources to use when conducting searches to complete a self-directed learning assignment
2. Detailed explanations of what you will find in each one
3. Proof that the content found in each resource is 1) built with and 2) consistently updated with:
a. Relevant evidence
b. Up-to-date content
c. Step-by-step clinical guidance
d. Peer-reviewed medical literature,
which is known to be:
Source: Ellen Clare Kimbro, MMC Reference & Embedded Librarian
Once inside the resources found here on each tabbed page, follow these steps:
1. First, conduct a basic search in each using symptoms as key terms.
2. Second, scan the results, opening different types of resources, and use those resources to learn.
3. Finally, use filters to narrow your search and, if necessary, search again using other terms along with original terms searched.
Source: Fairleigh Dickinson University Librarians. (2023). AccessMedicine Database Guide: Basic Searching. [website]. Fairleigh Dickinson University: New Jersey. https://library.fdu.edu/c.php?g=1286910&p=9449946