New mobile apps offer a relatively new way of keeping up with the medical literature, however, new possibilities may arise to enhance the speed and access to key articles pertinent to clinical practice.
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The Papers3 app builds on the Papers mobile app with additional features and a redesigned user interface
A review of the mobile reference manager Mendeley for iPad and iPhone
EndNote for iPad is a feature rich citation manager for the iPad
PLoS ONE To Go promises to deliver updated references on specified research areas but instead falls short and contains broken feeds
SciVerse Scopus Alerts allows users to create alerts for whole searches or individual citations. Also has the ability to mark articles as favorites for later reference
The idea of a personalised medical journal is a great one and will almost certainly be one of the ways future clinicians access medical knowledge. However Read requires a little more development before doctors can fully embrace the opportunities it offers.
Read by QxMD addresses the process of navigating an institutions journal access in a similar way using Flipboard helps users read the news.
MyStudies is currently having a sale for the holidays where an annual subscription is running for $1 through an in-app purchase. However, registration via the website users can also get a free subscription.
Use PubMed Trends for Android to get a handle on the volume of published literature on your research topic for the past ten years
By the very nature of their job, Physicians are often limited in the amount of time they have available to review important medical literature. Journal Club, an app iMedicalApps recently reviewed, aimed to simplify this process by utilising a physician driven wiki resource containing concise summaries of major academic papers. A similar app, MyStudies, has […]
A brief tutorial video showing the user how to use your iPad to open a medical academic paper into DropBox.