Federated Search – All the medical Access products that you subscribe to will be organized into one federated collection, eliminating the need to search across multiple sites. Finding information from more than 180 titles, including Harrison’s Online, CMDT, Schwartz’s Principles of Surgery, Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine, Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach, and more will be easier and faster, giving you more time to dedicate to patients, research, or studies.
Greater Personalization – Access saved images, care plans, and Custom Curriculum assignments across all subscriptions using your My Access account.
Log In Remotely Using Just Your My Access Account – No VPNs or extra logins required! Simply create a My Access account while logged in to your institutional subscription to access our content whenever and wherever you are.
Enhanced Custom Curriculum for Rotation Management – Custom Curriculum is now available across all sites. Sample curricula will allow for quick adaption to suit your faculty’s needs; further integration and customization options, such as being able to build a curriculum pulling from all your Access subscriptions, will ease rotation management and improve the learner experience.
Responsive Design for Mobile – The browser automatically adapts to the device being used, ensuring a great viewing experience no matter what device is used.
Unlock a Higher Level of Functionality with a My Access Personal Account
Sign up for a My Access account by logging into your institution’s subscription and clicking on your institution name in the upper right-hand corner.
1 – Click Create a Free Account
2 – Click “Don’t have a MyAccess account” and fill in the form. It’s that easy!
- Gain remote access to your subscribed site(s) using just your My Access account credentials. No extra logins or VPNs required.
- Access Self-Assessment to create and save practice tests
- Gain access to the Pharmacotherapy Casebook Instructor’s Guide on AccessPharmacy
- Save and download images
- Access Custom Curriculum if it’s being used by your program