Dr. Warren Wiechmann and Dr. Julie Youm, education leaders at UC Irvine, describe their experience and insights in the use of the iPad in medical education
How psychosocial, personality, and cultural factors shaped this health management platform.
Healthcare app Vida integrates coaches, videoconferencing, and wearables.
Study finds clinical iPads contaminated with resistant bugs, subpar cleaning practices
Study in PLoS One presents validation data for app designed by Japanese researchers.
Two dermatologists reported the first case of iPad associated contact dermatitis.
One of our biggest gripes when we reviewed the UpToDate app was the lack of support for institutional access. In order to use the app, you had to have an individual subscription — expensive. UpToDate told iMedicalApps almost two years ago when we did the app review that institutional access would eventually get figured out […]
iMedicalApps has previously reported on the growth of mobile tablet technology in medical schools such as UC Irvine. It seems this has not gone unnoticed by Apple who awarded UC Irvine a Apple Distinguished Program for their innovative medical education program based on iPad tablet computing. According to Apple, The Apple Distinguished Program designation is reserved for […]
Visible Body has recently released a new app called Skeleton Premium 2 which aims to improve anatomical understanding of the skeleton.
Brainview is a detailed neuroanatomy app that contains a wealth of information and functionality which will enable budding neurosurgeons and neurologists to learn the appropriate anatomy. The addition quiz and search functions are helpful additions to make the most of the included content
Logitech’s Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for the iPad combines a thin form-factor and simplicity that makes it an ideal option for most iPad users.
Recently at the 116th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Opthalmology research from a recent study was presented that digital tablets increased the reading speed of those with damage to their central vision. The poster, titled “Electronic Reading Devices Increase Reading Speed and Comfort in Patients with Moderate Vision Loss” was presented by Daniel […]