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Medical Education Resources

Annotated Bibliography of Medical Education Journals

Looking for where to publish or where to find medical education articles? Use the bibliography here or the links to individual journals below.

Medical Education Journals

The medical education journals below are ranked in terms of their most recently available Impact Factor as reported by Journal Citation Reports via ISI Web of Knowledge.

Unranked Medical Education Journals

The medical education journals below are not currently ranked by any Impact Factor ranking system.

Other Journals That Publish Medical Education

The journals below have published medical education articles in the past and are ranked in terms of their most recently available Impact Factor as reported by Journal Citation Reports via ISI Web of Knowledge.

Access Journal Articles in Browser

Reload via NYUHSL

  1. Drag the Reload via NYUHSL button to your web browser's bookmarks toolbar.
  2. When viewing an article or journal (off campus), click the Reload via NYUHSL bookmark in your toolbar to login to the NYU Health Sciences Libraries and access the full-text (if NYUHSL has a subscription). This works with Firefox, Safari and Chrome (WATCH INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO).
  3. For instructions on how to install the bookmarklet in Internet Explorer, watch this instructional video.

Access Journal Articles on iPhone/iPad

  1. Using Safari on your iPad or iPhone, copy the text below by tapping and holding, then choosing "Select all" and "Copy."

    javascript:void(location.href='http://ezproxy.med.nyu.edu/login?url='+location.href)

  2. In Safari, create a bookmark (Icon to the left of the URL box)

  3. Rename the Bookmark: "NYUHSL Full-text Access" and select Save

  4. Click on your Bookmarks Manager (Icon to the right of the URL box) and select Edit

  5. Select the new bookmark you just created titled "NYUHSL Full-text Access"

  6. Delete the URL that is in the box and paste in the code that you originally copied

  7. Whenever you are on a journal website or article webpage, select the "NYUHSL Full-text Access" bookmark and you will be able to access the full text.