Best Android medical apps for physicians
Question Banks & USMLE
CHEST SEEK app by the American College of Chest Physicians is a question based app designed to help prepare for board style exams
A nontraditional way to study for your USMLE exam
Pharmacology LANGE Flash Cards is an app for preparing for the USMLE, written by medical students at Yale University.
Ustatine has teamed with McGraw Hill and created the First Aid for Step One app
The Spot Dx app is a Radiology application designed to help medical students develop skills for making a quick assessment of clinical data and to arrive at the appropriate diagnosis.
The AcademyQ Otolaryngology Knowledge Self Assessment Tool app is a great question bank resource for physicians and residents in the field of otolaryngology.
Review of ABSITE Slayer, the app version of the main resource used to review for the American Board of Surgery examination.
Purpose of App Review to review the breadth and quality of questions to review utility of the app for studying for USMLE Step I Introduction So little time and so much to learn. We are always in search of a better, more efficient way to learn, remind, or cram all the information needed in order […]
The Wheel SP medical app seeks to help prenatal care providers calculate pregnancy-related dates simply and quickly.
The Osmosis app is a medical app geared towards helping medical students learn information through repetition in order to retain knowledge as opposed to using the cram-and-forget method that is so common.
Critical Care Emergencies 2013 will probably offer most emergency dept physicians something useful for free. Those wishing to purchase the additional content will find it quite useful particularly given the inclusion of up-to-date guidelines
Penultimate year medical students at a London university in the United Kingdom have recently found out that they must all resit an exam following claims that over 60% of the exam paper questions could be found in a question bank medical app.
This app has over 700 questions related to head and neck surgery so it can be a great resource for those who want to learn about this area
The PEER VIII app for iOS has excellent board review questions, but also has significant limitations as a mobile app.
The app for the First Aid for the USMLE review book series is a good option for those who like to have electronic versions of textbooks.
This is a decent yet pricey conversion of a useful question review book for any surgeon preparing for boards. The combination of high yield content with a simple user interface means that this app is a great purchase for those who would rather revise off their mobile device.
The ASCO Flashcards app aims to help medical practitioners to quickly review and test key oncology topics.
This app contains a bank of 5000 multiple choice questions aimed to prepare EM residents for their inservice and board exams.
The Electronic Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring app acts a quick reference guide, complete with actual fetal heart tracing images, to support the learning and interpretation of “strips.”
An app review of PICU Question of the Day, which is an iOS app that generates a new board review style pediatric critical care question everyday.