The resources listed below are provided as helpful sites to pediatric educators and are not officially endorsed by COMSEP. The information listed is provided from the website unless otherwise noted.
Many educational resources exist for educators but the resources listed below were developed by COMSEP members specific for the COMSEP Curriculum. See the Curriculum support area for more details on each resource.
Merck text book
On-line access to text book information in Pediatrics. Seventeenth Edition, 1999.
MedicalStudent.com is a digital library of authoritative medical information for all students of medicine. Links to multiple textbooks and resources on-line.
PocketMedicine.com was founded in August of 2000 by Lewis Reines, a medical publisher with long experience in editorial and executive positions in the medical publishing business. It was his view that the use of handheld devices by healthcare professionals was an area of great potential for growth, and that the most effective medical content for use on those devices was going to be that written expressly for the handheld platform. That is, original content, written and edited by recognized authorities, for use at the point of care. Common Pediatric Problems available.
The links below were mentioned at least once in a limited survey of pediatric clerkship directors conducted in 2002. (Norm Berman).
Pediatrics: An Interactive Program. Braner, Zenel, Goldstein. W.B. Saunders CD-ROM of interactive cases.