Tag Archives | iPad handwriting
A review of five note taking apps that utilize a stylus pen for the iPad. This comprehensive review looks at how well these apps allow you to take accurate notes.
In depth review of seven iPad stylus pens for the iPad, iPhone, and android (capacitive touch screens) — the cheapest option is potentially the best option.
In the medical profession — the ability to have a stylus and handwriting support can be integral when writing patient notes. We give examples how.
How exactly are the school issued iPads to Stanford School of Medicine’s medical students being used? Preliminary data shows some interesting results.
iAnnotate PDF is an exciting app for the iPad, and is great for reading medical literature, however, in the current iteration of the application, there are some pitfalls to be weary of.
Hands on Review of the iPad – From a health care users perspective
The Apple iPad is set to launch, and right now, most of the early reviews of the product have been positive. The NY Times has a fantastic piece looking at the iPad from two angles – An everyday user verse a more technically inclined user, and both have differing opinions on the eventual success of […]
It’s fair to say almost everyone has bought at least one accessory for their iPhone. My own collection consists of two items, a simple protective case, and protective case with a built in battery. I can’t emphasize how crucial my battery case has been, especially when I hit the 20th hour of a 30 hour […]
It’s probably not an exaggeration to predict medical students of the next decade will not lift a physical textbook. In fact, even ownership of a discrete entity, formerly referred to as a “textbook’, may be a historical footnote. Instead, students may simply rent the chapters they need for a particular course, paying a recurring subscription […]
When I first entered the clinical world, physician order entry and electronic medical records were just concepts to me. As I learned how to navigate the hospital, diagnose everything from the mundane to the incredibly rare (my first patient was a baby with an idiopathic subdural venous thrombosis), and figure out how to treat the […]
It was only a matter of time before partnerships between medical textbook publishers and the iPad development community emerged. One key partnership the Wall Street Journal just announced is between ScrollMotion (app developer) and McGraw-Hill’s Education division, with the purpose of developing e-books for the iPad. And why does this matter? Because if you’re a […]
Ever tried using your iPhone medical apps with gloves? Doesn’t work too well. Although, if you’ve got gloves on you probably shouldn’t be using your iPhone anyways. The iPad is being touted by many, including us, as a device that could be used with patients at the point of care. Translation: Could be used in […]