These apps use high quality graphics and interactive activities to teach and simulate clinical skills.
Author: Shannon McNamara, MD
This free app allows EM residents to create a secure procedure log with Dropbox integration.
Interactive iBooks could be a game changer in high education, but only if they become accessible for more devices.
Practice Exams in Emergency Medicine is an app published by Elsevier Australia for physicians preparing for the Australiasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) fellowship exam.
This interactive text for the iPad includes high quality videos embedded in a comprehensive overview of bedside ultrasound for Emergency Physicians.
This interactive textbook uses phenomenal 3D graphics to teach introductory cardiac anatomy.
This mobile app for Emergency Medicine physicians has unreliable content with practice questions that are too basic to recommend for board review.
Skitch is a simple but powerful photo annotation mobile app designed to be used in conjunction with Evernote.
In medical school we were all given a bone box with a real human skeleton to study from. I wondered how well this app could replicate that experience.
Keynote mobile app is useful for health care providers to create and present digital slide shows on the iPhone or iPad.
This app for Emergency Medicine physicians is focused on the evaluation and treatment of common orthopedic injuries of the hand and wrist.
This app provides an excellent, comprehensive summary on the basics of initial burn management by using focused, mobile multimedia, but does exclude some important components.