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Emergency Medicine

A guide with helpful resources for Emergency Medicine program's students, faculty, and staff.

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BrowZine is an app that allows you to browse WVU's top e-journals from your tablet or phone.  Download the app from the App Store or Google Play for your tablet, choose West Virginia University in the list of schools and enter your WVU MyID.  You can then save favorite journals to your bookshelf, get notified when new articles are published, and save articles to a bulletin board!

Apps provided by WVU Libraries

These apps are available by an institutional subscription provided by WVU Libraries.


Search MEDLINE, CINAHL and other EBSCO databases.  To get a login, go to EBSCOhost on your computer, and scroll down to the bottom of the page.  Click on the EBSCOhost iPhone and Android Applications link and enter your email address.  Follow the directions in the email to access the database.

for iOS
for Android

Medical Apps


Get quick access to reliable drug, disease, and diagnostic information at the point of care.

Free for iOS
Free for Android



One of the most popular clinical apps, Medscape from WebMD includes medical news, clinical reference, drug information, medical calculators and CMEs.

Free for iOS
Free for Android


  Medical Lab Tests

Medical Lab Tests covers the most common laboratory tests and their interpretation.

Purchase for iOS