Monthly Archives: February 2011
In a recent post on the iMedicalApps blog, Dr. Satish Mira discusses the iPhone app Virtual Cath Lab. As of today there are 2 versions available, one for free and the other for $2.99. This app is “a c-arm simulator and anatomical viewer designed to teach all medical staff and students hand-to-eye co-ordination skills and …Read More »
Eccles Health Sciences Library is hiring an Information Resources librarian.
For all you EndNote users who have wanted or needed to remove the PII (publisher item identifier) from the DOI (digital object identifier) field in the EndNote record — there is now a fix that allows for automatic removal. EndNote provides two different files that can be added to the EndNote program folder. To do …Read More »
As reported on the iMedicalApps blog: Ganong’s Review of Medical Physiology, a trusted textbook for medical student education, was just released on the Inkling platform. Inkling is a textbook application that was built exclusively for the iPad platform and features “interactive textbooks” — basically, bringing textbooks alive. The interactivity in this textbook includes helpful features …Read More »
Nancy Lombardo and Jeanne Le Ber attended the North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society (NANOS) Annual Meeting in Vancouver, Canada, to present an update on our NOVEL collection.
Notification of a software update to EndNote X4 for both Mac and Windows versions.
A quick overview of the University of Utah Health Care’s new mobile site.
As recently reviewed on the iMedicalApps blog, the American Academy of Pediatrics has released KidsDoc for the iPhone, a medical advice resource based on the clinical protocols used for the last 16 years by pediatricians and nurses. It features a simple, 3-step navigation system, and includes an alphabetical index, a body area index, and a …Read More »