Author: Tom Lewis
A number of studies have shown that medical calculators are extremely popular tools on mobile devices. The ability to quickly access and accurately calculate a useful result at the point of care is highly attractive to many healthcare professionals. However, many of these calculators omit the formula to calculate surgical risk of morbidity and mortality. […]
This article will focus on utilizing the analytic features offered by Nearpod to maximize learning.
In this article, we will focus on the basics of actually giving a tutorial using Nearpod.
3D4Medical are renowned for producing some of the most visually appealing and informative medical apps for the iPad and iPhone. They have traditionally focused on 3dimensional anatomy resources such as Essential Anatomy and the NOVA series which are aimed at medical professionals and designed for use in education. The latest release from 3D4Medical predominantly focuses […]
The first in our three part series on how to utilize Nearpod for dynamic and interactive teaching sessions.
The pair of ShoulderTherapist apps utilize Bluetooth technology in a novel, positive fashion which iMedicalApps thinks is an innovative approach that should be adopted more often.
Follow Tom Lewis on Twitter: @thomasllewis Use of mobile apps to support orthopedic surgeons in a range of clinical situations has been widely recognized. The ability to access clinical knowledge on the go or explain various pathologies to patients whilst utilizing a range of media has the potential to significantly improve clinical practice. There are a […]
Critical APPraisal contains a wealth of information which many healthcare professionals will find it useful to have on their mobile device. However users may be hampered by a poor design and limited functionality meaning that much of this content is challenging to access.
Virtual human body app is a worthy anatomy app with its fluid simple interface. The level of anatomy is high and there is a wide range of structures included. Overall one of the leading 2D apps and highly recommended for medical students.
Study shows iPhone can be used to accurately measure cervical range of movement (CROM)
The official NICE app is probably the easiest and simplest way to access NICE guidelines that are reliably up to date on your mobile device. As such, this app is recommended for all UK based clinicians.
Nearpod helps revolutionize medical education teaching using mobile devices
BoneStress App allows orthopedic surgeons to visualise stress effects of different hip stem designs
The number of medical journals available for the iPad has grown exponentially as more publishers recognize the potential benefits and utility of providing their content on multiple platforms. However to date, the number of journals that have opted to take advantage of features such as Apple’s Newsstand feature is remarkably low.
The introduction of mobile devices with inbuilt accelerometers potentially offers a simple method of assessing lumbar lordosis.
Visible Body Human Anatomy Atlas iPad/iPhone medical app review
The T&O curriculum is an essential addition for any UK orthopedic trainee who regularly uses smartphones.
Study shows iPhones can be transformed into mobile endoscopic viewing system at substantial cost benefit
Three doctors accused of app plagiarism are cleared by a regulatory tribunal
Apple asking medical app developers to provide the source of medical information in apps