If enabled by your administrator, you can set up a Personal Account user ID and password that allows you to sign in to DynaMed Plus from anywhere, including the browser on your mobile device and the DynaMed Plus mobile app for Apple and Android devices.
Note: If you have access to DynaMed Plus through more than one institution, you may affiliate your Personal Account with multiple institutions. However, CEs you've acquired through one institution will not appear when you are logged into your Personal Account through another institution.
See also: DynaMed Plus - Affiliating with Multiple Institutions
To set up a Personal Account:
Click the Sign In/Create Account link in the top toolbar of the screen.
From the Personal Account screen, fill in the fields and click Submit.
A time-sensitive email is sent to the email address you provided with a link to complete the set-up process and create a password. You must click the link within 72 hours.
Click the link in the email and create a strong password for your account.
As you begin to enter a new value into the password field, the strength indicator will reflect how strong your password is using both color and strength value (red=weak vs. green=strong).
When your password meets the requirements, the indicator displays that your password is strong and you can retype the password in the next field to confirm it.
If all the information is accepted, a confirmation message appears. Click Continue.
You should note the user name and password you created so you can log in at a future session. After the set-up process is complete, you are directed to the DynaMed Plus login screen.
If you have forgotten your password, you can submit your user name to retrieve your password.
To reset your password:
From the Sign In Screen, click Forgot your password? A screen appears.
Enter your user name and click Continue. You are prompted to answer the question you entered as a password hint.
Enter your new password twice.
Click Continue. You are automatically logged in as a personal user based on your new password. You should note the new password so you can log in at a future session.