AccessPhysiotherapy Added to Norris Library

AccessPhysiotherapy,  the newest title in McGraw-Hill’s digital learning platform,  was recently added to Norris Library’s eResources collection.  The database provides searchable, full-text access to McGraw-Hill physical therapy and internal medicine titles, interactive imaging content, curricular management tracking tools and tests, more than 80 videos, neurology lectures and image banks.

The eBook collection includes the following titles:

  1. Basic & Clinical Biostatistics 4th ed (2004)
  2. Basic Biomechanics 5th ed (2007)
  3. Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy: An Evidence-Based Approach 2nd ed (2011)
  4. Clinical Neuroanatomy 26th ed (2010)
  5. Concise Pathology 3rd ed (1998)
  6. CURRENT Diagnosis & Treatment: Pediatrics 20th ed (2011)
  7. Dutton’s Orthopedic Survival Guide: Managing Common Conditions (2011)
  8. Effective Documentation for Physical Therapy Professionals 2nd ed. (2011)
  9. Emergency Orthopedics : the extremities 6th ed. (2011)
  10. Imaging in Rehabilitation (2008)
  11. Kinesiology: Scientific Basis of Human Motion 11th ed. (2008)
  12. McGraw-Hill’s NPTE (National Physical Therapy Examination) (2009)
  13. Movement Disorders 3rd ed. (2012)
  14. Orthopaedic Examination, Evaluation 2nd ed. (2008)
  15. Pathophysiology of Disease 6th ed (2010)
  16. Pediatric Practice: Sports Medicine (2009)
  17. Pharmacology for the Physical Therapist (2009)
  18. Therapeutic Modalities in Rehabilitation 4th ed (2011)

Other features include a cadaver dissection tool, a drug database, over 1,200 self-assessment questions and a My AccessPT feature that allows users to save their own libraries of images.  Like other Access products, new content will be added to the site monthly.  Also featured is the Custom Curriculum, an online tool that educators can use to assign, manage, and track the progress of student assignments.

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