DynaMed Plus now available

We’ve just upgraded our subscription to DynaMed to the Plus version, covering even more topics with an improved interface.

Dynamed Plus is a continuously updated point-of-care tool providing clinical summaries of high-quality evidence for over 4,000 topics, along with graphics and images, and medical calculators, to help you make the best-informed patient care decisions quickly.

It can be accessed without a password by using the icon in the Intranet Apps menu, or by OpenAthens for off-site use. It will shortly be added to the Clinical Portal and mobile apps are also available.

DynaMed Plus monitors over 500 journals for new evidence, and is updated daily.

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