Welcome to the Mobile Technology LibGuide! Medical or healthcare related mobile apps and related news, tablet computer policy
Mobile Apps Available Through TCMC
Apps & Mobile-optimized versions of TCMC Databases & Resources
Click the "i" for app descriptions.
- Clinical Key
Now available as a mobile app for Apple and Android Device
DynaMed is a clinical reference tool created by physicians for physicians and other healthcare professionals for use primarily at the 'point-of-care' with clinically-organized summaries for more than 3,200 topics.
- EBSCO Mobile
EBSCOhost Mobile provides seamless access to the EBSCOhost (ehost) or EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) interfaces via mobile devices without the need to download an application. Simply access your library's EBSCOhost resources from a mobile device and a mobile-friendly version of the site will display. For more information on EBSCOhost Mobile click here .
- Endnote Mobile
If you have already registered and use EndNote Web to organize your research materials all you have to do is navigate to the Endnote website on your mobile and log-in. If you haven't, download and install Endnote and create a free account.
You can then view and search your saved EndNote Web references from your device! Please note: full EndNote Web functionality is not available via the mobile site. However, you can check your EndNote Web references on the spot!
- First Consult - iPhone/iPad App
Open the App Store icon on your iPhone/iPad
Search for “First Consult”
Click “Free” then “Install App”
Three options will appear – choose option 1 (“I use FirstConsult
and know my username”)
Enter your ClinicalKey username and password and start using
the First Consult App
- JAMA Mobile Network
Available for Apple and Android devices.
7,000+ drug references, 3,500+ disease clinical references, 2,500+ clinical images and procedure videos, robust drug interaction tool checker, CME activities, and more.
Free Micromedex Drug Reference for Internet Subscribers is included free of charge with your online subscription to Micromedex 2.0 products. Once you’ve downloaded the app, follow instructions to obtain a password.TCMC's Micromedex Subscription also includes NEOFAX!
TCMC subscribes to Micromedex. Please click the link below for more information about the app.Micromedex Mobile Help for iPhone
- New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)
As a busy physician, you need information that is available when and where you want it – and delivered in a format that makes it easy to stay ahead. NEJM offers a variety of mobile options to help you make the most of your time, even on the go.
- NLM Mobile Gallery
- PubMed Mobile
- UpToDate Mobile
UpToDate requires mobile users to validate their account once every 90 days. To do so, simply log into UpToDate through the library website, and sign in using the UpToDate username and password you created. Your TCMC credentials will not work to sign into your UpToDate account.
Which mobile device do you use?