Set up a My AccessMedicine account in AccessMedicine and bookmark this resource on your mobile device.
Provides access to Harrison's, Goodman & Gilman, Williams Obstetrics and Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment. It also includes drug monographs, a diagnostic tool and current practice guidelines in primary care.
Set up a personal account in STAT!Ref, and follow these instructions to set up the app on your mobile device.
Includes the Merck Manual, DSM-IV, AAFP Conditions, Essentials of Musculoskeletal Care, Therapeutics Exercise and the ICD-9-CM. Also provides a medical calculator, Stedman's Medical Dictionary and links to practice guidelines.
Some features include: any file you save to Dropbox also instantly saves to your computers, phones, and the Dropbox website, shared folders allow people to work together on the same projects and documents, and your files are backed up once a month.
Take your to-do list anywhere with this feature-packed app; never forget the milk (or anything else) again. Remember The Milk is everywhere you are: from mobile to the web to apps including Outlook, iCal, Gmail, Google Calendar, Twitter, and more.
Additional Health Sciences Apps
These are a few of the many free mobile apps that maybe helpful to you.
“This Is Public Health” Virtual Stickers application was created to share how public health affects us on a daily basis. Participants of the “This Is Public Health” campaign layer virtual stickers on pictures to illustrate where and what public health is.
The latest, real-time disease outbreak information at your fingertips. See all current outbreaks in your neighborhood, search and browse outbreak reports on the interactive map, and set up alerts. If you spy an outbreak, be the first to report it and get credit as a disease detective on HealthMap's website
A searchable and filterable list of food additives, their descriptions, and safety ratings to help you make healthy decisions. Learn about a new additive every time you start up the app on the Home screen.
Connects users with their local poison center, tips on how to prevent a poisoning, and with free, confidential access to a medical expert who can answer questions about poisons or help users treat a poison exposure.
The latest medical research findings, review articles, and editorial opinion on a wide variety of topics of importance to biomedical science and clinical practice, from the New England Journal of Medicine.
With the HSPH Public Health News app members of the Harvard School of Public Health community and others can connect with each other and stay up-to-date on breaking public health news and research, plus events and activities going on around the School.