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Ebsco Ebooks
EBSCO eBooks is an eBook platform which provides eBooks on a wide variety of topics.

Note: Not all books are available for download. Downloading an eBook requires either Adobe Digitial Editions for desktop computers or BlueFire reader for mobile devices. Please see this guides for more information on downloading titles from EBSCO EBooks on desktop devices and downloading titles EBSCO EBooks on mobile devices.
Educational Administration Abstracts
Educational Administration Abstracts database contains bibliographic records related to educational administration, including educational leadership, educational management, educational research and other topics relevant to the subject. Records are selected from key sources with coverage dating back to 1966.
Enhanced Business Search Interface
The Enhanced Business Search Interface is a specially designed interface for searching EBSCO's Business database suite. The interface includes special features to easily browse company and industry profiles, market research, and videos specific to topics in business.
Epocrates Essentials Mobile App
Mobile App:
The Epocrates Essentials Mobile App is freely available on the Google Play and Apple App stores. College of Dentistry and Baylor Scott & White Health personnel can get access to the full features of the mobile app, for free, by registering an Epocrates account with an Epocrates Plus subscription.  

Use the following steps to register as a new user.

NOTE:
You must be on campus or able to sign in to the Off Campus Access page 
prior to completing the steps below.
  1.  Fill out the registration formPlease use an affiliated email address when setting up a new registration (@baylorhealth, @BSWHealth, @tamhsc or @sw). If you are off-campus, please login to the network appropriate for your workplace.
  2. You will then be sent an email with further instructions on downloading the app and logging in with your credited account credentials.

Use the following steps to re-register as an existing/expired user.

NOTE: You must be on campus or able to sign in to the Off Campus Access page prior to completing the steps below.
  1. Login to your existing account. You should see a link to renew your existing subscription from your account page. Click the link and follow the rest of the instructions.
  2. If you do NOT see a mention of your past Epocrates subscription, then you can renew and link to your exiting account with the following steps.
    1. Click on the View Cart link at the top.
    2. Click on the Browse Products link.
    3. This brings you back to a similar registration page to the above. Now click on Buy now.
    4. Fill out the form, and click on the “Already have a Discount code or License code?” link above the Payment button.
    5. Enter TAMHSC_Dallas as the discount code.
    6. The page should now go back to the order info at the top with the amount owed section zeroed out.
    7. Click Continue button. You’ll get an email with the activation code you can use from your account page.
    8. Go back to the original login page above and apply the discount code you recieved in the email.

Epocrates Online Premium
Epocrates Online Premium provides a fast and effective way to find clinical information at the point of care. Epocrates organizes practical, peer-reviewed content with a unique patient-centered approach, providing continually updated, integrated drug and disease information. Database features include pill identifier, OTC drugs, alternative medicines and a robust suite of calculators.

Mobile App:
For the information regarding the mobile app and how to download it, please see the Database entry "Epocrates Essentials Mobile App".
ERIC (Education Resource Information Center) - EBSCO
The Education Resource Information Center (ERIC) is an authoritative bibliographic database of education material sponsored by the US Department of Education. The resource contains more than 1 million records with full-text access to over 300,000 articles. ERIC is made up of two sources: Current Index of Journals in Education (which culls education literature from over 700 indexed periodicals), and Resources in Education Index (which provides the database with research reports, conference reports, books, curriculum, and teaching guide).

Examples of subjects covered by the database include the sciences, languages, education management, counseling and personnel services, and education diagnostics. Material is selected via a rigorous evaluation process.

The database’s also includes full-text access to ERIC Digests--education topic reviews.

Mobile App:
A free EBSCOhost mobile app is available for iOS and Android devices. For more information visit: http://support.epnet.com/knowledge_base/detail.php?id=5718.
Essay and General Literature Index
Essay and General Literature Index cites records in collections of essays and works published in the United States, Great Britain and Canada. It covers the entire range of the humanities and social sciences with coverage back to 1985.
Essential Evidence Plus & AHFS DI Essentials
A clinical tool developed for physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals on the front line of patient care. It is a powerful and comprehensive clinical decision support tool that integrates information on 9,000 diagnoses into clinical workflows. Features over 13,000 topics, guidelines, abstracts, tools, images and summaries of conditions, diseases and procedures clinicians come into contact with every day.
 
Evidence-Based Medicine Reviews (EBMR)
Evidence-Based Medicine Reviews is an integrated collection of seven evidence-based medical databases that include the Database of Systematic Reviews (DSR), ACP Journal Club, Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects (DARE), The Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL), Cochrane Methodology Registry (CMR), Health Technology Assessment (HTA), and NHS Economic Evaluation Database (NHSEED).

EBMR Full-text serves as the quintessential one-stop source for evidence-based medical literature.

Note:See individual database descriptions for more detailed information.
Evidence-Based Medicine Reviews Full Text - Cochrane DSR, ACP Journal Club, CCA, and DARE
Evidence-Based Medicine Reviews (EBMR) Full Text is an integrated collection of three evidence-based medical databases that include the Database of Systematic Reviews (DSR), ACP Journal Club, and Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects (DARE). Material provided is full-text.

EBMR Full-text serves as the quintessential one-stop source for evidence-based medical literature.

Note: See individual database descriptions for more detailed information.
Exam Master
Note: College of Dentistry and College of Medicine Only.
Exam Master provides preparation and review materials for licensing and certification exams in several healthcare fields including dentistry. The online resource allows students to take timed practice tests in preparation for NBDE Part I and USMLE. First-time users must register for an account prior to logging in. Select TAMU Medical Sciences Library as your program.
An Exam Master user guide and other helpful documents can be found at the Exam Master Resources page.

For more information about Exam Master, see the detailed overview of testing materials.

Note: The database is restricted to College of Dentistry and College of Medicine students.
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