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How do I pull usage statistics for Access Medicine and Case File Collection?

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Bette Bissonnette on Aug 01, 2018 • 1 answer
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Thank you for your question. Please see the link below for instructions on how to pull usage statisti... Read more »
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Sean Macleod on Aug 01, 2018
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Would you please check the content of the following case to see if there is an error: Graber and Wilbur’s Family Medicine Examination and Board Review, 4th Edition Case 17.01

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David Caballero on Jul 31, 2018 • 1 answer
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Hello David, Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Our editorial team is working on fixing this error and the updated case quiz will be made available to all use... Read more »
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Sean Macleod on Jul 31, 2018
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Is there a method that I can enable to get email notifications when new books are added to Access Medicine and Access Pharmacy ?

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Denise Cardon on Jun 08, 2018 • 1 answer
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Yes. When you go to AccessMedicine, sign into your MyAccess profi... Read more »
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Dominik Pucek on Jun 08, 2018
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For the text Patient Assessment in Pharmacy, I am able to see case answers. Can the students see the answers to these cases that are assigned?

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Melanie Haydel on May 18, 2018 • 1 answer
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Hello, Thank you for your question. Yes, students have access to the answer key located at the end of the bo... Read more »
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Sean Macleod on May 23, 2018
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Can I reuse McGraw-Hill content in other places?

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User Center Help on Jun 22, 2017 • 1 answer
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Permission to photocopy or republish excerpts from McGraw-Hill books and digital resources may be obtained by submitting a written request to McGraw-Hill Education’s Permissions Department. Please click here for further instructio... Read more »
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User Center Help on Jun 22, 2017
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Do the Access sites work with EZProxy?

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User Center Help on Jan 30, 2017 • 1 answer
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Yes. Remote access to the Access resources via EZProxy requires EZproxy 2.4c GA (2004-03-21) or later combined with this database definition: T [Insert Site Name] U [Insert Site URL] DJ [Insert Site Domain] DJ mhmedical.com For example, the database definition for AccessMedicine would be as follows: T: AccessMedicine U: http://accessmedicine.mhmedical.com DJ: accessmedicine.mhmedical.com DJ: mhmedical.com
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User Center Help on Jan 30, 2017
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Doe the Access sites support referring URLs/domains?

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User Center Help on Jan 30, 2017 • 1 answer
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Yes. Institutional subscribers can place registered links to our site(s) behind their secure login (for example, a library site that has already validated a studen... Read more »
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User Center Help on Jan 30, 2017
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Does the Access platform support IP authentication?

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User Center Help on Jan 30, 2017 • 1 answer
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Yes. Institutional subscribers submit their network IP ranges to McGraw-Hill Medical during subscription set... Read more »
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User Center Help on Jan 30, 2017
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I downloaded an image from your site. Where can I use it?

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User Center Help on Jan 30, 2017 • 1 answer
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Users may display, download, or print out PowerPoint slides and images associated with the site for personal and educational use: classroom teaching, lectures, presentations, rounds, and other instructional activities, such as displaying, linking to, downloading, printing and making and distributing multiple copies of said isolated materials in both print and electronic format. Users will only display, distribute, or otherwise make such PowerPoint slides and images from the applicable materials available to students or other persons attending in-person presentations, lectures, rounds or other similar instructional activities presented or given by Us... Read more »
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User Center Help on Jan 30, 2017
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What are the operating system requirements for the Access suite of sites?

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User Center Help on Dec 14, 2016 • 1 answer
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The Access suite of sites currently supports the following browsers: Windows platforms XP, 7, & 8: Google Chrome – latest version*, Microsoft Internet Explorer – versions 8, 9, & 10 (full support date for 11 still TBD), Mozilla Firefox – latest version* Apple Computers OSX: Safari – latest version*, Firexfox – latest version* Android: Jelly Bean and above. Devices native browser on... Read more »
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User Center Help on Dec 14, 2016
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How do I get to my personal MyAccess account?

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User Center Help on Dec 01, 2016 • 1 answer
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In order to log into your My Access account, you need to be recognized as an authorized user of your institution’s subscription. Normally this process is automatic when you are on site or logged in remotely to your institution’s netwo... Read more »
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User Center Help on Dec 01, 2016
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How do I access the McGraw-Hill Medical sites in my subscription?

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User Center Help on Dec 01, 2016 • 1 answer
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If you are on site at your institution, you should be able to seamlessly access the site(s) of interest from any computer. If you are experiencing difficulty accessing a site, please contact your library’s reference de... Read more »
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User Center Help on Dec 01, 2016
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Are Access sites OpenURL-enabled?

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McGraw Hill Medical on Oct 31, 2016 • 1 answer
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Yes. Access sites are OpenURL-enabl... Read more »
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McGraw Hill Medical on Oct 31, 2016
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