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Welcome to the Mobile Technology LibGuide! Medical or healthcare related mobile apps and related news, tablet computer policy
Last Updated: Jan 20, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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  • Prognosis: Your Diagnosis
    Test out your decision making skills in a risk-free environment. Assess your clinical knowledge on the go. Learn about diseases within minutes.

  • STAT Framingham Heart Age  Icon
  • ePSS Tool
    The ePSS application was developed to assist primary care clinicians identify the screening, counseling, and preventive medication services that are appropriate for their patients.


  • 3-D Brain
    Test out your decision making skills in a risk-free environment. Assess your clinical knowledge on the go. Learn about diseases within minutes.

  • AccessSurgery

  • Neuromind
    The #1 app for neurosurgery in the world! Mentioned at iMedicalApps and in the New York Times, the 1st CE-marked app for neurosurgery and over 300,000 downloads !

Point of Care


    Dictionaries and Terminology

    Apps for Clinical Rounds

    From having an easy to use database of medical information to adding something extra to your presentations and plans, some apps are able to streamline the learning process or make for a more efficient medical student.

    *Disclaimer* Please use your smartphone with discretion during your clerkships.  It is rarely, if ever, appropriate for a student to be using a smartphone during rounds or in the OR.

    • AHRQ ePSS Family Medicine  Icon  Icon  Icon  Icon  Icon  Icon
      Cross-checks patient information and symptoms against the USPSTF Preventive Services Database with recommendations for testing, treatment, and counseling.
    • 3-D Brain  Icon
      An extremely useful tool for reviewing basic neuroanatomy, it also teaches about pathology associated with damage to each region of the brain, which can come in handy on a stroke service.
    • Medscape  Icon  Icon  Icon
      During your first exposure during internal medicine you may come across drugs, diseases, or procedures that you don’t understand as well as you’d like. Gain pertinent knowledge about your patients when you may not have time to use a more comprehensive traditional resource.
    • OB Pregnancy Wheel  Icon
      Easy to use app great for keeping a patient’s pregnancy dating in order, both in the outpatient and inpatient settings.
    • Skyscape's Surgical Recall  Icon  Icon  Icon  Icon  Icon

      Portable version of Surgical Recall text with question-and-answer based factoids sorted by surgical case.

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    Medical Translation Tools

    Internal Medicine

    First Aid, CPR, and Disaster Preparedness

    Weight Loss & BMI

    Networking & Social Media

    • Doximity
      Doximity is The Professional Network for Physicians.

    Anatomy & Physiology

    Obstetrics & Gynecology

    Information Organization


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