Relief Central offers a set of resources to help health personnel and aid workers in disaster and other international aid settings.
Here’s how to use apps like Docphin, PubMed on Tap, and QxMD Read to get full text papers and manuscripts.
Unbound MEDLINE offers a simple and straightforward PubMed search on your mobile device.
PubMed on Tap offers PubMed searching with advanced search features and the ability to organize favorite references
PubMed Mobile and PubMed for Handhelds enable you to search PubMed on your smartphone.
A recent report in mobihealthnews shows that the National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) PubMed website realized a huge surge in inquiries after releasing their PubMed for Handhelds (PubMed4Hh) app.
Well, the US Government shutdown is upon us, and has caused quite a stir in the news. Aside from the political mess currently ongoing, the shutdown has closed down some popular tourist destinations and furloughed multiple Federal workers. However, does the shutdown impact the medical field or ongoing research? Tentatively, at this current time it […]
The use of social media tools–such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and ResearchBlogging.org–for the purpose of releasing an article in the clinical pain sciences increases the number of people who view the article and download it
PubMed4Hh allows users four different ways of searching the PubMed interfaces and its content: PICO Search, Consensus Abstracts, askMEDLINE, and BabelMeSH
Use PubMed Trends for Android to get a handle on the volume of published literature on your research topic for the past ten years
A new survey offers surprising insights into smartphone usage patterns among physicians.