Mobile Technologies

I’m attending a workshop presented by Deidre Larrier and Emily Hurst at the HAMC library.

  • items of interest  over 5,500 medical apps for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.  The number of physicians using i-Phones doubled in 2009. This might be explained by the advent of the the iPhone2.   You can access these apps by going to the iTunes App Store.
  • provides advice on medically-related apps.
  • of general interest: dictionaires; pronunciation & translation.

Perusing the listings under Education

  • access to: Wikipedia
  • calculators, graphic calculators
  • “Molecules is an application for viewing three-dimensional renderings of molecules and manipulating them using your fingers.”
  • dictionaries and translators

Android apps

Blackberry apps


For free from the National Library of Medicine

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