This guide provides you with links to e-textbooks, study tools, tutorials, multimedia, and other authoritative resources available to you through Rutgers Libraries to assist your case-based and self-directed learning during the first year of medical school. Use the tabs to navigate to pages for each of the blocks in the M1 curriculum.
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When you need general information about a disease, condition, symptom, or disease process, you should ask background questions.
Examples: What causes migraines? What are the available treatments for type 2 diabetes?
Background information will provide you with basic information and is not appropriate for answering clinical questions about a specific patient.
Background questions are best answered by medical textbooks, book chapters, and narrative review articles.
Locate background information online using library resources such as e-textbooks, evidence summaries, drug directories, guides to diagnostic tests, and review articles.
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