- AccessMedicine App provided through Unbound Medicine.
Requires free individual account created in AccessMedicine.
- AccessMedicine resources from McGraw Hill
Mobile optimized site accesses all our subscriptions (no apps available).
Requires an individual account.
Mobile access to:
App for browsing journal issues.
Available for Android, Apple, BlackBerry, Palm and Windows.
- CDC Mobile Apps
- Clinical Pharmacology
Click "CP Mobile App" in the center of the page
and follow the on-screen instructions.
- DynaMed Plus
- Epocrates Plus
Information on use of drugs/supplements during breastfeeding.
iOS and Android devices
Available on Android, Apple, Blackberry, Palm, & Windows.
Code-based mobile access limited to College of Pharmacy 2nd - 4th year.
All others may use the Academic Discount Program.
College of Pharmacy licensed resource.
College of Pharmacy access only.
Contact Elaine Demps for your code.
- NIH Mobile Apps
- Nursing Plus
Nursing Reference center app for iOS and Android
Requires free registration.
Radiation Emergency Medical Management for radiological and nuclear emergencies.
- uCentral (Unbound Medicine)
Set up access from TAMHSC or TAMU wifi network
or see "Create an individual account" below.
Mobile access to:
Bates Pocket Guide to Physical Exam
EE+ POEM Archive
Harriet Lane Handbook
Pocket Guide to Dx Tests
Merck Veterinary Manual
Selected Medline Journals
Washington Manual of Medical Therapeutics
- TOXNET mobile page
iOS and Android devices only
Create an individual account
Access to library resources through apps usually requires an individual (personal) account. Steps will be similar for most databases.
- Go to the through the library website.
- Authenticate with NetID or TAMHSC username if prompted.
- Find and click the link to sign in/register/or create an account or profile.
- Complete the registration form.
- Install the app on your device.
- Login and save your individual username and password on your device.
- Databases may require you to periodically update/verify your account to confirm
your continued association with Texas A&M