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College of Osteopathic Medicine: Rotations: Home

This Research Guide puts together information that will be helpful to you while you are out on rotations.

Please see the Services for Students on Rotation page from the Library website for information on :

Circulation & Books by Mail

eResource Access Assistance

Interlibrary Loan

Reference & Research Assistance

TUCOM info

Click here to go to the TUCOM homepage.

Click here to go to the TUCOM Clinical Education page.

This is the Library resource guide for COM students on rotations.

For questions or comments about this guide, please contact Jennifer Abueg

Clinical Resources - selected electronic/eResources, databases, books, for point of care clinical treatment and learning resources

Board Review Resources - TUC Library eResources - suggested books and ebooks – suggested commercial board review and study resources

Books - selected titles and study guides helpful for rotations – Directs to the Books for COM Rotations guide.

AudioVisual Resources – images, video and audio resources covering clinical skills and practice areas

Drug Databases AccessPharmacy drug monoraphs, Clinical Pharmacology, ClinicalKey drug monographs, Facts&Comparisons eAnswers, Lexicomp Online, MICROMEDEX, Prescriber’s Letter, Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy Web Edition, UpToDate ; Federal Government resources (free)

Patient Education - 5MinuteConsult, AAFP A-Z Conditions, AccessMedicine Patient Education, ClinicalKey Patient Education; Free Federal Government and consumer health websites

Biomedical Databases - Includes the Library subscription databases & free databases relevant to the COM Rotations curriculum

Finding Journals, Articles, Using Interlibrary Loan - Search for journals using the A-Z Journals -Search for full-text articles using article citation information - Information on requesting materials not owned by the TUC Library via Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Citation Information - Resources for citing in AMA & APA formats

Associations and Organizations – osteopathic and allopathic professional and student organizations – licensure organizations

Residency Resources - books, websites helpful for guidance on residency selection 

Medical Spanish – books, podcasts, streaming video resources

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