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Ways to Monitor Medical News
If you have a Twitter account, you can follow your favorite journals, such as JAMA and New England Journal of Medicine.
Alerts for Academic Use
Research Guide from the Florida State University Libraries, explains different types of notifications you can set up, such as database and publisher email alerts.
AMA News Wire
News affecting physicians' practice management and careers.
Free registration required. You can sign up to receive a monthly email of the most frequently viewed items in your specialty.
Medscape News & Perspective
Free Medscape registration required. You can sign up to receive daily or weekly email newsletters.
Practice-changing research developments in internal medicine, written in plain language by residents and delivered weekly to your inbox.
Contributions from front-line primary care doctors, surgeons, specialist physicians, nurses, medical students, policy experts. And of course, patients, who need the medical profession to hear their voices.
Natural Medicines eNewsletter
Natural Medicines provides a free monthly e-newsletter covering news and events on herbs, supplements, exercise, nutrition, and other complementary and alternative medicine modalities.
Weekly updates on the most current actionable ideas and practical innovations from experts and thought leaders on increasing efficiency, quality, value and access to care.
News on the Go
Read by QxMD
Read articles in your favorite journals or browse article collections on your mobile device or online. Sign up with any email address to create a personal account or sign in with your FaceBook account.
Setting up full text access in the Read by QxMD App:
- Go to settings (gear symbol in top left corner)
- Under Account Settings, choose Institutional Access
- Find "Florida State University College of Medicine" in the Institutions List
- Enter your FSUID and password, and click Done
Medscape MedPulse News Mobile App
Free Medscape registration required. Can be customized to your interests/specialties.
Current available only for iOS devices, this app displays what’s new in real time across journals, medical news, and mainstream news. Set Florida State University as your library under "Settings" to link to the full text of journal articles.
Social Media for Physicians
Dr. Chadi Alraies discusses tips, tricks and best practices to use while engaging with others on social media.
Please note: Newspapers accessed through the library databases are usually a day behind; access to today's paper may not be immediately available.