Data on the frequency, type, popularity and perceptions of 11 common clinical apps used in the healthcare setting was collected from 731 medical students using an anonymous, 18-question Web-based survey in a cross-sectional study by Quant et al in the US.1 The apps included in this survey were Epocrates, UpToDate, VisualDx, DynaMed, Diagnosaurus, Lexicomp, Eponymns, […]
Tag: Medical Student apps
Researchers used the Buckingham Virtual Tympanum app to see if they could improve how medical students learn about ear pathology.
Dr. Eric Strong from Stanford has a great Chest X-ray interpretation and learning YouTube channel.
A great education tool when talking to patients about complex surgeries and for training physicians.
Clinical Conditions app is a study in how not to make a medical app.
A nontraditional way to study for your USMLE exam
The UBC Med Formulary app is designed to follow the University of British Columbia’s pharmacology curricula with drugs searchable by Class
Virtual human body app is a worthy anatomy app with its fluid simple interface. The level of anatomy is high and there is a wide range of structures included. Overall one of the leading 2D apps and highly recommended for medical students.
Introduction to Surgery Clerkship is an app/ebook that has ten short sections with video content that teaches the basics of the surgery clerkship, such as knot tying, inserting foleys and proper scrubbing technique.
Check this gorgeous Atlas that will help you study anatomy and impress your patients.
Visible Body has recently released a new app called Skeleton Premium 2 which aims to improve anatomical understanding of the skeleton.
Shoulder Pro III is the most advanced and detailed 3D model of the shoulder available for the iPad. The level of anatomical detail is very high and offers a wealth of visual learning material. This is one of the most advanced anatomy apps available in the App Store today.