You can now access all of Elsevier’s content with a dedicated medical app.
Research Highlights app by Elsevier can be used to stay on top of current medical literature.
Should ClinicalKey be your new bedside go-to reference for clinical questions?
Natural Standard Herb & Supplement Guide: An Evidence-Based Reference is an app developed by Elsevier that attempts to provides high-quality, up-to-date, information about herbs and other supplements.
A review of a dermatology textbook with an excellent digital conversion.
Review of ClinicalKey, which has 900 books, 500 journals, images, procedures and guidelines all accessible via the Internet.
An interview with CourseSmart’s Chief Marketing Officer, Jill Ambrose
CourseSmart have certainly put their stamp on the particularly exciting development of online textbooks and resources. The wide range of medical textbooks available and ease of accessibility are sure to help ensure CourseSmart become a popular resource for both students and educators.
Building on the success of the trusted and popular case reviews online series, Elsevier have now brought the series to the iPad in the form of five individual apps.
Emergency Medicine Secrets is an app which many emergency medicine students and physicians may find particularly useful. However the excessively high cost places it out of reach for most of the potential user base (a common problem affecting many handbooks). The range and level of content is good although accessing it quickly can be difficult at times.
This version of USMLE Step 2 Secrets is clearly a significant advancement over the second edition available from Skyscape. Whilst it is a useful resource for revision, the high cost means that it is probably too expensive for most of its intended audience.