A-Z List Database Descriptions - First Aid Forward

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First Aid Forward - Step 1 

First Aid Forward -  Step 1 offers the same high-yield content students have come to find in McGraw Hill's First Aid book series but with continually updated material, advanced note-taking, audio reading & search capabilities, and subject-level quizzing & performance tracking. Packed with over 1,000+ color clinical images, 1,300+ high-yield facts, 350+ updated cases, 1000 + active learning questions, and mnemonics organized systematically, this interactive platform encompasses all essential principles and organ systems across all high-yield subjects you need to know. Create your account with your institutional email address. 

First Aid Forward - Step 2 

First Aid Forward -  Step 2 offers the same high-yield content students have come to find in McGraw Hill's First Aid book series but with continually updated material, advanced note-taking, audio reading & search capabilities, and subject-level quizzing & performance tracking. Packed with over 1,000 + high-yield facts, 250+ clinical algorithms, 1000+ active learning questions, and mnemonics organized systematically, this interactive platform encompasses vital clinical knowledge across all fields of medicine that you are required to understand. Create your account with your institutional email address. 

First Aid Forward

First Aid Forward offers the same high-yield content students have come to find in McGraw Hill's First Aid book series but with continually updated material, advanced note-taking, audio reading & search capabilities, and subject-level quizzing & performance tracking. Create your account with your institutional email address. 

Note to Librarians 

You will notice that Step 1 and Step 2 have different links for users to create their accounts (e.g. https://firstaid.mheducation.com/step-one vs. https://firstaid.mheducation.com/step-two). If your institution subscribes to both Step 1 and Step 2, users will only need to create an account for one product (Step 1 or Step 2) to have access to both. 

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