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Medical Specialties & Graduate Medicine

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The following library guide highlights case-based learning resources available from QUL, including print and electronic books, videos and multimedia. Choose your specialty to the left or start with the interdisciplinary case files from AccessMedicine below.

In addition to books, videos and other multimedia resources, there are numerous journals devoted to publishing case reports and case studies (a list of examples can be found here). Most of these journals are open access and they include titles in general medicine such as the Journal of Medical Case Reports as well as titles in medical specialities such as Gynecologic Oncology Reports. A recent article titled "New journals for publishing medical case reports" cautions readers about predatory open access case report journals with questionable publishing practices. 

If you are looking for case reports and case studies that have been published on specific topics, you may find it helpful to search bibliographic databases such as Medline, Embase and CINAHL. Ask a Health Sciences Librarian for help if needed.

 

Case Files from AccessMedicine

Anesthesiology

eBooks

Cardiology

eBooks

Books

Diagnostic Radiology

eBooks

Books

Emergency Medicine

eBooks

Books

Family Medicine

eBooks

Books

Geriatrics

eBooks

Books

Hematology

Books

Internal Medicine

eBooks

Neurology

eBooks

Oncology

eBooks

Ophthalmology

eBooks

Books

Palliative Medicine

eBooks

Pediatrics

eBooks

Books

Psychiatry

eBooks

Books

Surgery

eBooks

Other Specialties

Multi-Disciplinary Resources

eBooks

Books

Videos


MSK Examination Videos

Interactive Learning

Anatomy and Physiology Online

  • 19 modules provide a guided learning approach using clear 3D images and interactive models, narrated animations and illustrations, dissection slides you can label, clinical case studies, the impact of aging on each body systems, pronunciation guide, quizzes and much more.

CLIPP - Computer-Assisted Learning in Pediatrics Program

  • This web-based resource provides students with 32 interactive virtual patient cases on pediatric topics. While working through each case, students are encouraged to examine visual evidence, consult experts, answer questions, create a differential grid, and follow the case through to its conclusion. Access to this resource is available to individuals with Queen's email addresses. To register, click on the 'Register here' link and fill in the appropriate details.

RadCases via Medlantis

  • Test yourself with Thieme RadCases: 3,000 interactive case studies hone diagnostic skills in every subspecialty. Ideal prep for clinical rotations or prior to board exams.