Journal Club is a good app with an excellent premise and ideation. The main issue facing its utility and acceptance as a mainstream app is the number of articles included. As Wiki Journal Club grows, the usefulness of the associated app will also grow. There is a need for apps like this to help summarise complex research papers for doctors on the frontline.
A spreadsheet containing a complete list of all academic medical journals currently available on the iPad
An excellent official app from NICE which will help healthcare professionals quickly find the relevant guidance on their mobile device. The regular updates and free price mean that this is an essential download for UK doctors.
One of the most well known anatomy textbooks is Gray’s Anatomy. This textbook was first published in 1858 and has remained one of the best anatomy reference texts since. Elsevier have released three versions of this venerable text in app format, Grays Atlas of Anatomy, Grays Anatomy for Students and Grays Anatomy Head and Neck. […]
iMedicalApps have covered Inkling extensively in a range of articles focusing on the various advantages of interactive textbooks and ways in which these can help students achieve better grades. Inkling recently held a medical education webcast where they extensively previewed Inkling for iPad and the new Inkling for Web. Inkling for Web hold a number of […]
Anatomy At A Glance makes a highly successful transition from paper to digital. Whilst there are one or two potential improvements, this is a decent first attempt for Wiley-Blackwell. Those looking for a digital copy of Anatomy At A Glance will not go far wrong with this app.
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A useful app for surgeons which provide another option for communication during consultations, or for medical education purposes.
Review of the MediMath Medical Calculator App by Evan Schoenberg, MD, for the iPhone/iPod Touch
Podmedics is a superb resource for medical students and junior doctors alike. The wide selection of topics, appropriate level of content and variation in length means the podcasts can be used for a quick reminder or a more detailed discussion of a particular topic.
The Inkling webinar is a really informative, inspiring vision for the future of medical education through mobile technology. The webinar covers a brief history of textbooks, live demonstrations as well as guest speakers who have successfully implemented Inkling into their medical curriculum.
Color Atlas of Cosmetic Dermatology is an excellent reference resource for dermatologists who are looking for a complete yet concise guide to a wide range of cosmetic disorders. The user interface is focused and presents information covering diagnosis, treatment, and procedures in an easily accessible format.