If you are a Mercer University School of Medicine
faculty, preceptor, student or staff member, we can get journal articles, books
and book chapters for you. Just email your list to us at
firstname.lastname@example.org or FAX
your list to us at 912-721-8266 indicating which article(s) or book(s) or book
chapter(s) you want. Remember to include your contact information and desired
You can also order articles and books via our
InterLibrary Loan delivery system called Clio
Once at the page, to get started, click where it says "Register for a new
account." You only have to do this once. You can then create whatever username
and password you would like to access this service and order articles and
Or, call directly 478-301-4056 (Macon) or 912-721-8230
This service is free to you as
a Mercer University School of Medicine preceptor.
Resources by Subject
Resources by Subject
are guides created by librarians to assist you with your research. These guides
will direct you to article databases, e-books, e-journals, web sites, mobile
apps, tutorials, and other resources you may find useful.
Reference Question/Literature Search
We can provide answers to reference questions
using standard sources such as dictionaries, textbooks and drug compendia. We
can perform a search of PubMed (or other relevant databases) to identify
relevant information on your topic.
Just ask us! This
service is free to you as a Mercer University
School of Medicine preceptor.
DynaMed Plus is a clinical reference tool
created by physicians for physicians and other health care professionals for
use primarily at the 'point-of-care'. With clinically-organized summaries for
more than 3,000 topics, DynaMed is an evidence-based reference that answers
clinical questions during practice.
DynaMed Plus mobile license allows up
to 3 devices of any platform with one license. NOTE: Requires at least 500 MB
of memory. Once downloaded, it does not require internet access except for
To register your device:
Begin by downloading the
DynaMed app from the iTunes or Google Play app store. After downloading, there
are multiple ways to authenticate the app.
1. Log in via the
Tap Institutional Network and then tap Authenticate to
log in to the app if you are connected to Mercer's Internal
2. Sign in with your Personal User Account to
authenticate the app.
Enter your personal user account credentials and
tap the Sign In button.
Dont have a Personal Account? Create
one by accessing DynaMed on the web while on the Mercer network using
link off campus and then selecting the Sign In link in the top right-hand
corner of the screen.
Once logged in, the app is authenticated
for 3 months, after which you are prompted to re-authenticate.
you log in, you are prompted to install via one of the following options:
Online Only: Use the app only while
connected to the internet.
Partial Install: Store text and image
thumbnails on your device. Full images are available when you are connected to
the internet. This option helps you save space on your device.
Full Install: Store all DynaMed content on
your device. You do not need to be connected to the internet to access content
on the app.
Designed to assist medical
professionals in diagnosing visually identifiable diseases, VisualDX presents
multiple images of each disease, showing how each might look at different
stages and in people of different ages and races.
DownLoad the VisualDX app:
link and click Get the Mobile App" (center of VisualDx homepage).
Create your personal username and
password as instructed. You will receive an email from Logical Images.
Once you have a username and
password, you can download the free VisualDx Mobile app on your mobile device
from the iTunes Store.
Launch the VisualDx app from your
device and sign in using the username and password you created.
Provides access to over 1,000 eBooks, 600 eJournals,
the First Consult point of care database, over 1 million images, and 3,000+
videos from Procedures Consult.
1. Follow this
link and click on "Register" in the top right hand corner. 2. Complete the
registration form. 3. On your mobile device, download the ClinicalKey app
and log in with your ClinicalKey username and password that you created when
90 electronic textbooks and reference books including:
Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine; Hursts the Heart; Metabolic
and Molecular Bases of Inherited Diseases; the Lange series in the basic
medical and clinical sciences; and color atlases of cardiology, dermatology,
microbiology, hematology, endoscopy and others.
1. To register your device: Create an
account by following this
link to their website. 2. Click the down arrow next to the Mercer
University box in the right hand upper corner. 3. Then "Login or Create a
Free Personal Account" 4. A popup window will appear. Select "Don't have a
MyAccess account?" and fill in the requested information and select "Create
Account" 5. On your mobile device go to the App/Google Play store and
download AccessMedicine. Log in and content should download.
Includes drug interactions, drug identification, IV
compatability, tox & drug product lookup, drug comparison, Red Book Online,
calculators, and CareNotes in 15 languages.
1. Follow this
link and then select "Mircomedex" and then "Mobile Application Access" located
in the top right hand corner.
QxMD This App for Read by QxMD provides a single place to keep up
with new medical & scientific research, read topic reviews and search
PubMed. Select from topic areas or over 6,300 journals. Add keywords to follow.
Save article PDFs to read offline. Articles can be annotated and highlighted.
Share articles with colleagues over email, Twitter and Facebook.
configure it to find the libraries subscribed content: 1. Once the app has
been downloaded from the app store, select the "gear" icon (Settings) 2.
Choose Institutional Access and select Mercer University School of Medicine as
your institution. 3. Select Automatic Login Using Open Athens
Login 4. Enter your Mercer username and password.