Audio-Digest podcasts now available

ImageThe library now subscribes to Audio-Digest podcasts for the following specialty areas – Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Orthopaedics, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Psychology.

They provide monthly or bimonthly updates from the latest research in audio format that can be downloaded to your iPod. Access instructions can be found on our library podcast page here ( .


Clinical Key Added to the Clinical Faculty/Preceptor Page Resources

The clinician’s access and use of the best available evidence is a core component of quality care. A.T. Still Memorial Library now offers ATSU’s clinical faculty and preceptors the following resources and services via its Clinical Faculty Library web page on the ATSU portal ( to support that goal in the mentoring of our students.

We are happy to announce that ClinicalKey, including 900 eJournals and hundreds of medical reference books, FirstConsult, a Drug reference database and ProceduresClonsult is now available to Clinical Faculty.Preceptors.

For more info on this service contact Hal Bright (

A New Point of Care Drug Resource


Micromedex ( includes all the unbiased, referenced information about drugs, toxicology, diseases, acute care, and alternative medicine you need to make informed clinical diagnosis and treatment decisions.

Our subscription include Drug Interactions, Trissel’s IV Compatibility, Tox & Drug Product Lookup and RED BOOK Online plus a patient drug guide called CareNotes (

Renew Your UpToDate app every 30 days


Use UpToDate from the library’s home page (signed in with your personal UpToDate account) at least once every 30 days for automatic verification of your affiliation with ATSU. In-application & email messages will remind you to log into UpToDate from the library, if you haven’t done so in 30 days. You must log-in every 30 days to maintain access to the UpToDate app.