Medical Library Resources

What: AccessMedicine is a comprehensive online medical resource providing medical education and clinical practice tools. 

Where: Access through browser or app.

How: Click here for additional support material. 


  • Books, calculators, cases, DDX, diagnostic tests, dictionaries, drug information, guidelines, images, language, mobile app, multimedia
  • 2 Minute Medicine, QMDT, Hospital Corner
  • Patient education: Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English, French, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese
  • USMLE Study Tools: Clerkship topics, flashcards, play showdown!, Review questions

What: An integrated online resource that provides medical students, surgical residents, and practicing pediatricians with a broad range of content that covers the entire span of pediatric practice, from neonatology through adolescent medicine. Access Pediatrics includes more than 20 e-books, drug monographs, and images useable in academic lectures and presentations.

Where: Access via browser.


  • Books, cases, drug information, images, multimedia
  • Patient education: Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English, French, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese
  • USMLE Study Tools: review questions

What: The Advancing Healthcare for All collection is a Diversity in Medicine library initiative highlighting selected areas of medicine. Guides provide topical medical clinical & educational resources as well as general background resources to understand topics in society as a whole.  



  • Videos
    • Ranging from TedTalks to institutional organizations that are leading the way. 
  • Books
    • Broken into genre, each series' titles can be easily skimmed. 
  • FAU databases, journals, and articles
    • Discover which FAU resources you can explore to learn more on each topic. 
  • Educational resources
    • Open Access web resources, tools & modules, FAU and open access articles
  • Clinical Resources
    • Books, guidelines. 
  • Inclusion in Action
    • Resources that highlight initiatives taken by organizations or ideas for inclusion in practice. 

What: All journals offered electronically within the FAU holdings are available by searching the Primo platform. Articles in a journal not included in the FAU collection can be requested through Interlibrary Loan (ILL). 

Where: Click here to access the Primo Journal Finder. 

What: The A-Z list contains all databases in the FAU library's collection. 

Where: Click here to access all FAU Libraries Databases.

How: Use the all databases link to search the entire collection at once for a database. This is useful if you are unsure which subject a database is housed in. 

What: A direct link to the medicine, nursing, & health subject area of the broader A-Z Database List.

Where: Click here to access all Medical databases.

How: The medical databases link automatically defaults to show all medical databases for your convenience; to change this, click the box showing "medicine, nursing, & health" and using the drop down select another subject (I.e. Education or Government Information.) 

What: The 11th edition for Authors & Editors.

Where: Access via browser.

What: the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) publishes several journals in support of their commitment to the optimal physical, mental, and social health and well being of all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. FAU provides access to Pediatrics and Pediatrics in Review

Where: access via browser. 




What: American Family Physician (AAFP) presents scientific articles, commentary and news providing continuing medical education published for physicians, medical students, residents and allied health care officials by the American Academy of Family Physicians.


What: Annals of Internal Medicine publishes articles, case studies, medical research, reviews and editorials in the field of internal medicine.