A medical library at UC Davis has been added to the University of California system, allowing thousands of its students and staff to access thousands of medical and clinical information online.UCD has been using the UC-based Medical Information Management System, or MEDIS, since it was created in 2000 to house its online library of clinical data.
The library, located at the UC Davis Medical Center, has the capacity to accommodate about 2,500 medical students and more than 3,000 medical researchers, according to UC Davis.
Students and faculty can also access medical information on their own computer using MEDIS’ web-based desktop interface or on their smartphone or tablet using an app.MEDIS was created by the California Medical Association to address the need for a comprehensive online medical library for patients and healthcare professionals.
It has been expanded to provide additional features for physicians, nurses, pharmacists and pharmacists.
The university’s library now has more than 1.6 million downloads, said the medical association.UC Davis Medical Library officials said the expansion of the library was not related to the medical school’s ongoing push for expanded access to online resources.UC-Davis is a member of the American Medical Association.
The association’s website does not include the MEDIS name on its main page.
Medical information and information about healthcare services is available through MEDIS.
It is managed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American College of Surgeons, and the American Academy of Family Physicians.UC’s MEDIS was launched in 2003, when the UC system was still the state’s largest private school.UC has since expanded the MEDIs scope and capacity to include nearly 50,000 students and faculty.
The medical association said it would welcome additional information from the UC Health System, the California Public Health Department, the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation.