American College of Physicians (ACP) develops three different types of clinical recommendations: Clinical Practice Guidelines, Clinical Guidance Statements, and Best Practice Advice.
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A learning tool for medical students and residents with quick review of classic radiology cases during rounds or clinical rotations. No internet connection required!
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From your device browser, access trusted health information from MedlinePlus by National Library of Medicine.
Medpage Today offers breaking medical news, audio & video reports and free CME/CE courses for physicians & other health care professionals.
From your device browser, search and read free books from the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI).
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From your device browser, search for abstracts and free articles in PubMed.
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Zika App by WHO
The World Health Organization has created a Zika app. The app gathers all of WHO's guidance for agencies and individuals involved in the response to Zika Virus Disease and its suspected complications such as microcephaly, and for health care workers such as doctors, nurses and community health workers.