Searchable Content Library
You can now search and filter the Aquifer content available to you with your program’s subscription—plus cases from Aquifer’s free interdisciplinary courses—to quickly select the content you need.
Our searchable Content Library (formerly called the Case Library), accessible from the top navigation menu for all administrative and faculty users, is home to the advanced content search.
The searchable Content Library includes a series of dropdown filters which allow you to search for cases and Integrated Illness Scripts (available to Aquifer Curricular Partners) by:
- Presenting Problem
- Final Diagnosis
- Additional Diagnosis
- Aquifer Signature Content
- Clinical Discipline
- Clinical Focus
- Basic Science Discipline (currently mapped to Integrated Illness Script content only)
- Clinical Location
- Age Group
Use a combination of the filters above to quickly find the content you need to build a custom course or select specific content to remediate students.
You can also use the free text search field to conduct a keyword search, which includes text in the case and script titles, synopses, and learning objectives.
Detailed Case List Display
The detailed content list display will include the Aquifer cases and Integrated Illness Scripts which meet your search criteria which are available through your program’s subscription. If your program does not subscribe to a course or have access to the Integrated Illness Scripts, that content will not display in the search.
From the display list you can quickly view more information about the content to determine if it fits your needs. For cases you can scan the case synopsis, learning objectives, and the detailed case summaries which are available to students on completion of the case. For Integrated Illness Scripts you can scan the synopses and Mechanism of Disease Maps for each script.
Aquifer cases and integrated illness scripts are authored and continuously updated by the expert healthcare educators who make up the Aquifer Consortium. Content authors and the date the content was last updated are now displayed for each item—so you can be sure your students are being provided up-to-date content written by your trusted peers.
You can also access all cases and scripts directly from this page by clicking on the title. Unlike students, as an administrative user you will have ungated access to the cases, so that you can access all content at once without answering questions as you advance.
Put Your Cases to Work
Once you have selected the content you need, you can create a custom course directly from the Content Library page. You can choose content to assign to students to prepare for or review key clinical situations or concepts.