Lookingbill and Marks’ Principles of Dermatology is a textbook by Elsevier that has been converted to an app format.
Tag: medical textbooks
Inkling for iPhone is an impressive app that all users of Inkling should download. The transition to a smaller device has not significantly impacted on the way users engage with the content and if anything have improved overall accessibility.
The last time iMedicalApps covered Inkling, they were discussing Inkling for Web. Inkling for Web allows users to access titles online yet still benefit from the range of interactive features first seen in the iPad app. The structure of each title is still the same however the interface has been tweaked to reflect the different user […]
iMedicalApps have covered Inkling extensively in a range of articles focusing on the various advantages of interactive textbooks and ways in which these can help students achieve better grades. Inkling recently held a medical education webcast where they extensively previewed Inkling for iPad and the new Inkling for Web. Inkling for Web hold a number of […]
Anatomy At A Glance makes a highly successful transition from paper to digital. Whilst there are one or two potential improvements, this is a decent first attempt for Wiley-Blackwell. Those looking for a digital copy of Anatomy At A Glance will not go far wrong with this app.
Greetings valued readers! This is the second installment of our bi-monthly summaries of our favorite posts (difficult to choose) as well as the posts we feel were best received by you, our readers. Our increase in the amount of information that we give to you means that you may not always have time to read everything we post in a given month. We are proud to be able to provide you quality app reviews and the latest mHealth news, so without further delay, here are our second round of favorite posts for February:
This is a comparison between Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine from Inkling and Access Medicine
The iMedicalApps team will begin to provide you bi-monthly with our favorite posts (very hard to choose) as well as the posts we feel were best received by you, our readers. If you only have a little time to spare, these are the posts you should read.
When Apple announced iBooks 2 and iBooks author, there was much excitement amongst the medical tech community about the possibility of physicians creating their own interactive textbooks. Last Friday saw the release of the first interactive medical textbook, created by Dr. Ed Wallitt, Founder of Podmedics.com. We recently reviewed PodMedics, a UK based site which […]
Review over Lippincott’s Illustrated Review of Neuroscience for the Inkling platform.
Another excellent title from Inkling. One or two navigation issues do not take away from the fact this is the only iPad optimized version of this essential clinical reference text. Medical professionals who purchase this text will know they carry one of the most extensive medical resources in a highly accessible format on a device no larger than a notepad.
The Inkling webinar is a really informative, inspiring vision for the future of medical education through mobile technology. The webinar covers a brief history of textbooks, live demonstrations as well as guest speakers who have successfully implemented Inkling into their medical curriculum.