The following resources are available to LSUHS Medical Students.   
  • Over 2400 electronic books and 8600 electronic journals for student research needs
  • ACS Guide to Scholarly Communication: ACS Style Quick Guide on how to construct a research poster, paper, or presentation
  • AMBOSS: concise overviews and questions to enhance test results
  • BMJ Case Reports: allows students to submit case reports for free
  • Board Vitals: includes USMLE STEP 1, 2, 3, and shelf exam practice modules
  • Boards and Beyond: (MSI and MS2 students) comprehensive online resource that makes complex concepts easy to understand
  • DynaMed: tool that provides a fast way to check for potentially harmful drug interactions
  • EndNote: a citation management system
  • First Aid for the USMLE: the most trusted name in USMLE review
  • GrantForward: offers opportunities to showcase your results and gain grant recommendations
  • IBM SPSS software for statistical analysis: comprehensive statistical analysis software platform designed for ease of use and quick actional insights to solve research and business problems
  • Lippincott Williams and Wilkins Board Review Series: offers insight into basic medical sciences, osteopathic medicine, physical examination, family medicine, OB/GYN, and more, including cases and multimedia content
  • Lippincott Williams and Wilkins Grant’s Anatomy Lab: fully customizable dissection manual with a cadaveric dissection lab
  • NetAnatomy: designed to teach human anatomy while also serving as a place to review anatomy after one’s initial exposure to the subject, rotation, etc.
  • Pathoma: a revered resource in studying for USMLE Step 1 and preparing for third-year clerkships • UWorld: gold standard for licensure and board exam preparation
  • UpToDate: empowers professionals with the right evidence and recommendations so they can make the best decisions
In addition, a plethora of course and clerkship specific educational resources are available.
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