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Clinical Resource Toolkit: Geriatrics Care Online

Clinical toolkit of resources commonly used in the 3rd and 4th year

Geriatrics Care Online @ UCFCOMHSL

How do I access Geriatrics Care Online at UCF COM Health Sciences Library?

Geriatrics Care Online can be accessed through the Resources box below or through the Health Sciences Library website:

  • Search for the E-Books in the Geriatrics Care Online collection.
  • Search for "Geriatrics Care Online" on the Online Databases page.


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Geriatrics Care Online Support

Additional support resources for Geriatrics Care Online are available through Geriatrics Care Online FAQs. If the FAQs do not provide the information needed, contact the American Geriatrics Society directly using the provided contact link below.

Library Support

If you have any questions or need additional support with any of the library's resources, you can stop by and visit the Health Sciences Library Front Desk during our desk hours of 8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday through Friday, or contact the Library using one of the options below.


What is Geriatrics Care Online?

Geriatrics Care Online contains American Geriatrics Society (AGS) publications and products:

What can I use Geriatrics at Your Fingertips for?

Signs and Symptoms can be found under their corresponding topic entries.
Organized by chapter, Diseases can easily be found within the Table of Contents or through the Index tab.
GAYF contains over 100 tables on current Drugs and medication information. The tables are searchable by generic or trade names.
Fast, easy-to-use algorithms and equations for calculating commonly used formulas are available for users. Additionally, assessment instruments that can calculate responses are also available.
All GAYF topics include Patient Education Materials that can be used as patient resources.
Preventative tests, screenings, and procedures, that are recommended for people aged 65 & older, are available within many of the topic areas.

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