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Tag: patient education app
EyeDecide uses Augmented Reality to enhance patient education and understanding: an example of augmented reality in patient education
Focus Medica has released the Animated Atlas of Diabetes medical app which is a great way to inform patients about diabetes
The United Kingdom NHS has launched a series of patient decision support apps for a range of common diseases to help improve patient education and understanding
Animated Essential Atlas of Anatomy and Physiology for Android is a good way of getting 3D animations and graphics for your students.
This is an essential app to download for cardiothoracic surgeons as it will help them explain procedures and anatomy to their patients. The quality of the content and use of interactive media is to be commended with perhaps the main drawback being the limited range of content.
John Cox is CEO of VisibleHealth and has been directly involved with drawMD since their founding in 2010. He was kind enough to take the time to talk to iMedicalApps about drawMD and other issues related to mobile technology.
iMedicalApps has recently done a number of articles on drawMD as they build up to their big 3.0 launch. To celebrate the launch of their new software, drawMD have made all their existing apps free so be sure to check them out in the App Store now. We have reviewed a number of the drawMD […]
An app designed to facilitate better patient-doctor communication
One of the more popular uses for mobile devices in clinical settings is as a patient education tool. This review will cover who drawMD are, their apps and also what makes their approach so special
If you’ve just had a baby and are looking for info or you are a caregiver and want an app to help you know more, look no further then WedMD Baby.
Patient.co.uk is a fantastic website for clinicians to refer too. The mobile app seems to be plagued with problems and is not as useful as the website due to uncertain in-app purchases and the addition of advertisements which quite frankly ruin the credibility and appeal of any medical app.