Welcome. This guide will help you find resources which will help you succeed in your studies and research. We hope this will help you find your way to specialised anesthesiology information. There are links to core books, journals, databases, and websites.
Please refer to other medical guides for additional help.
Click on the tabs at the top of the page to navigate around the guide.
Great new way to search for drug information by drug class. RxClass allows users to search and browse drug classes and their RxNorm drug members through a simple Web interface
You can convert PubMed search results to Excel spread sheets. Read this blog article, and download the software here. This will be very useful for systematic reviews, as you will be able to sort.
How to Access Pubmed with your devices e.g Tablet or Samsung
Click to open is a useful document from the British Medical Association.
Here are some details on what the MyAccess profile will now offer users in one central, easy to access location:
- Favorites: Users can bookmark their favorite content within their MyAccess account. Currently users are limited to saving only figures and tables within MyAccess. We have expanded this functionality to include chapters, chapter sections, videos, cases.
- Self-Assessment: Quiz results will be stored for users in their MyAccess profile to return to at any time; users can still email results at the time of taking the quiz.
- Recently Viewed: Similar to a browser history, this lets users easily pick up where they might have left off on the site in the last 30 days - whether they were interrupted on the site or cannot remember where that figure was they found the other day.
- Custom Curriculum: For institutions that use Custom Curriculum, the MyAccess profile will display the user's most recent upcoming - or overdue - assignments.
- Remote access messaging: Because our remote access and IP authentication make it easy for our users to access their institution's subscriptions, sometimes there is confusion around remote access and how it works. We have added dynamic messaging to the user explaining when they are accessing the site remotely, when their remote access expires, and how to keep it current.
Here is the result of a saved search for systematic reviews. If you need help locating articles, please ask for help at the WHSL Information Desk, or click on "get help from a librarian" in the box below
Here is the result of a saved search for guidelines. If you need help locating guidelines, please ask for help at the WHSL Information Desk, or click on "get help from a librarian" in the box below.
The link below opens a form. Fill in as much detail as possible, fully describing your problem, or asking your question. Please include as much detail as possible about yourself, including your Wits staff or student number, your field of study, and your affiliation to Wits.
Please refer to the Department of Anaesthesia for queries relating to the academic program .
Here is some practical and ethical guidance for doctors and medical students.
Remember that the Guide will change regularly as more and more resources are added, and outdated resources are removed. Be prepared for changes every time you open the LibGuide as improvements are made.
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The Witwatersrand Health Sciences Library is fully covered for WiFi access, and there are power points at each work station, where you can charge your tablet or cell phone. There is also WiFi coverage in the medicinal garden outside.
For details on how to set up your access, please download one of the booklets produced by Computer Network Services (CNS) of Wits. There is a booklet for staff, and one for students, with links below.
Please complete the form below to have your phone or tablet registered with CNS.
Please note that the librarians are not qualified to set up, or trouble shoot WiFi access for you. If you cannot resolve a problem yourself
- you can take your tablet to the CNS assistant on the CNS lab on third floor of Medical School,
- phone CNS help line (011717 1717), or
- log a call online firstname.lastname@example.org
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