The ASCO Flashcards app aims to help medical practitioners to quickly review and test key oncology topics.
Animated Essential Atlas of Anatomy and Physiology for Android is a good way of getting 3D animations and graphics for your students.
This app contains a bank of 5000 multiple choice questions aimed to prepare EM residents for their inservice and board exams.
PLoS ONE To Go promises to deliver updated references on specified research areas but instead falls short and contains broken feeds
A summary article on #FOAM resources for emergency medicine and how it’s changing how emergency medicine education in consumed.
Pocket Lab Values is a lab reference app developed by Joefrey Kibuule (currently a medical student) that attempts to aid healthcare professionals by providing reference values to common tests.
Search Google Scholar’s database on your mobile device with Scholar Droid for Android. Equipped with bookmarking, linking, and downloading capabilities
Emergency Medical Spanish Guide Lite (EMSG) delivers Spanish language audio to patients during emergency medical situations
If you are looking for cool animations related to blood pressure and hypertension then look no further. Now if you are interested in abundant information you might want to look somewhere else.
Learning to auscultate is always tricky but this app can be of good use.
Really simple syndication (RSS) feeds help WHO keep users up-to-date on the latest news items broken down by broad category
The MyATLS app provides supplementary learning materials for physicians taking an Advanced Trauma Life Support course.