For learning issues that relate to Basic Sciences (anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, etc.), use resources listed on that topic page.
For learning issues related to a specific clinical condition (cardiology, musculoskeletal, etc.), use resources on the appropriate BICEP/Clinical Integration topic page.
For Diagnosis related issues, see Medical Practice - Diagnosis page.
For Disease management and treatment issues, see Medical Practice - Therapeutics page.
Use quotation marks around direct quotes and provide a reference to the original source.
For paraphrased ideas, use single quotes and provide a reference to the original source.
Use inline references for other's ideas.
Citations should be complete enough so that anyone can find your original source. Elements of a proper citation generally include:
How to cite information from library licensed collections:
AccessMedicine - Click "Get Citation" link to view AMA and MLA formats.
ClinicalKey - Click "Get rights and content" link to view citation details; add chapter or section information as needed and include a URL to the section you are citing.
DynaMed - Scroll to the bottom of each page/section to see "How to Cite"
LWW Health Library - Click the "Get Permissions" link to view citations details; add chapter or section information and include a URL to the section you are citing.