One of the disappointments in testing iPad Pro for medicine has been the lack of Google Docs app functionality.
Tag: medical literature
Here’s how to use your institutional access to get to your favorite journals directly and for free.
JBJS has introduced a new app which helps synthesize the key topics that students of musculoskeletal medicine need to know.
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.
Follow Iltifat Husain MD on twitter @iltifatMD It finally happened. Evernote finally did something the medical community has been begging it to do for years — PDF annotation is here. I wrote an op-ed piece a few months ago mentioning how badly the medical community wanted Dropbox and Evernote to add PDF annotation. We love storing […]
The PubChase medical literature app aims to provide a “smarter way” to search biomedical literature, with cloud storage and organization capabilities.
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.
Archive for the mHealth chat on 8/29/2012 about accessing medical literature online and on mobile devices.
By: J. Richard Pittman, Jr. M.D. The iPad’s form factor and high-resolution screen offer the ability for extensive reading of any kind. There are numerous applications for reading books, news, and consuming other multimedia. Reading medical literature is a slightly different experience — at least for me. Whenever I invest the time to read a […]