Here's a useful listing of apps for both iPhones, iPads and Android devices that are of interest in health care.
Last Updated: Jan 8, 2015
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- Clinical apps
Lists include both library-provided and free clinical apps, as well as mobile-friendly websites
- Drug reference apps
Lists include both library-provided and free drug apps. Also includes mobile-friendly websites
- Core Clerkship apps
These apps are recommended by for Clerkship students at the University of Kansas Medical Center
- Consumer Health apps
This list includes free consumer health apps and mobile-friendly websites for patients
- Medical Calculator apps
A list of medical calculation apps for use in both the clinical and education settings
- Literature Searching apps
List includes both free and library-provided journal article apps, as well as mobile-friendly websites.
- Professional apps
Includes a list of free apps for staying current, finding out about conferences and professional networking
- Productivity apps
Includes free and paid productivity apps such as cloud storage, file editing, PDF annotators, etc...
- Patient Education apps
Lists include library-provided and free patient education apps for health care professionals
- Emergency and Disaster apps
A list of free emergency and disaster apps from several organizations/associations
- KUMC Recommended Apps
A page with lists of previously recommended applications for use by students at the University of Kansas Medical Center
If you like to browse, these websites will provide you with information on a variety of medical apps. Some are free and others are available for purchase.
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