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New Resources to Keep Current in Healthcare

Healthcare providers – we have a couple new resources to help you keep up to date.

Medical Letter [Library VPN required from off-site or other UCDH access option]

The Medical Letter On Drugs and Therapeutics is a biweekly publication that provides:
  • Evidence-based, peer-reviewed evaluations of new FDA-approved drugs with conclusions reached by a consensus of experts
  • New information on previously approved drugs including pivotal clinical trials, new indications, and safety warnings
  • Consensus recommendations for the preferred and alternative treatments for common disorders
  • Comparative reviews of drugs for a given indication with particular attention to clinical efficacy, adverse effects, drug interactions, and cost

Further details on the content also available here.

NEJM Journal Watch [Library VPN required from off-site or other UCDH access option]

NEJM Journal Watch helps clinicians be prepared with succinct and easy-to-read summaries and expert comments organized into both specialty and topic collections (e.g., emergency medicine, gastroenterology, neurology, oncology and hematology, pediatrics, psychiatry, women’s health, COVID-19, HIV/AIDS, Aging / Geriatrics).  It is used by practicing clinicians — physicians, nurses, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, residents, students, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals – to stay informed and current in their fields. NEJM Journal Watch monitors more than 250 journals to identify and summarize clinically relevant research. Further details on the content also available here.

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