Answered By: Michael Mackin
Last Updated: Sep 30, 2015     Views: 158

The OHSU Library does not subscribe to Epocrates; however, we do have subscriptions to other excellent point-of-care tools:

UpToDate  is a clinical information resource that includes thousands of original topic reviews written by recognized experts. It is designed to provide quick access to synthesized medical information in an easy-to-use format. You can also earn CME/CE/CPD credit – at no additional cost – each time you research a clinical question using UpToDate.

DynaMed is a clinical reference for use at the point of care. It includes evidence-based, clinically-organized summaries for over 3,000 topics. It is updated daily, and includes calculators and patient handouts.

Clinical Evidence: A point-of-care resource that is based on systematic reviews and supplemented by subsequent randomized controlled trials that are relevant to the question and meet specified quality criteria. This tool is frequently updated with full text links to major guidelines relevant to the review's clinical area (when possible), including drug safety alerts.

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