Hundreds of new apps hit iOS and Android app stores every week. We’ve sorted through them to pick the best medical apps for medical professionals.

AMA Connect

The AMA Connect app offers the latest clinical research and news from the American Medical Association (AMA), the largest association of physicians and medical students in the United States. AMA Connect also provides access to the tools and resources created by the AMA, including continuing education opportunities and tracking.

Price: Free

Download on iTunes

 

The Hematologist

Readers of The Hematologist can now enjoy an enhanced version of this periodical, with app access to podcasts, videos, and quizzes. Developed for The American Society of Hematology, this app provides access to the published articles, of course, but with additional content and features like note-taking.

Price: Free

Download on iTunes

 

Here are a few of our other favorite medical apps this week:

Guide to Diagnostic Tests, Seventh Edition is the tablet and smartphone version of the reference text by the same name.

Download on iTunes

Hurst’s The Heart, 14th Edition, cardiology’s longest continuously published reference text, is now available in the App Store.

Download on iTunes

 

BNF for Children (BNFC) 2017-2018 is the Android-app version of the British National Formulary’s reference text for prescribing, monitoring, and administering medicine to children.

Download on Google Play

Check out our previous picks here. And see what apps we thought were noteworthy in 2017.