Category Archives: mobile - p3
Review of the NOVA Series mobile app Muscle System Pro II for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
The Library has purchased three iPads, three Motorola Xooms, six Amazon Kindles and six Nooks from Barnes and Noble for faculty and students to check out and try. Details available at the front desk.
As recently reviewed on the iMedicalApps blog, thirty hours of lectures at the USMLE Step 1 level have been made available in a free app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch: Dr. Najeeb Lectures. Dr. Najeeb has created over 400 hours of medical lectures, and the selections available with this app come from a broad [...]
Eccles Library is offering webcasts from the 2011 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference for anyone interested in viewing these informative sessions.
Review of the new Sigler Drug Cards-Pharmacology Flash Card App
The Wednesday, October 12, 2011 Library and Information Technology Forum features faculty and staff of the Eccles Library and guests speaking about their favorite apps. Please join us in the Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles Health Sciences Education Building, Room 2600 at 12:05-1:00 p.m. for this program. Program Description Faculty and staff of the [...]
A tribute to Steve Jobs and how his technological vision and creativity will live on to help many have better health.
Mobile application for smartphones promises to connect patients to free medical advice from physicians and other credible medical experts. But can it deliver?
Oxford University along with a group of South African researchers have developed a kit to turn a low-cost mobile phone into a stethoscope that allows patients “to record and analyse their own heart sounds using a mobile phone microphone. Patients then send the recordings to medics who can remotely monitor their condition” (from the University [...]
Recent study compared response times to cardiac arrest emergencies between ambulances and trained lay responders linked to an alert system using mobile phone positioning, and found that the latter were faster 56% of the time.