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Mobile apps for library resources and selected free and cost-based apps recommended from various sources.
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Getting Started: Library Resources Available via Mobile Device

Don't know where to begin? Here are a few easily accessible point-of-care resources provided free (via the Hospital and Health Sciences Library’s subscriptions) to HMH health care professionals:

Discovering Apps

A good article to read before searching for medical apps is "Five Steps to Buying Medical Apps on the App Store" written by physician/app developer Marc-Emile Plourde for the iMedicalApps blog.

Portals for Medicine Apps

Browse apps by profession, specialty and platform at these medical app portals:

 

Downloadable Handouts

Each handout provides 4-5 physician apps and 1 patient app. For more recommendations and updates, visit our Clinical Specialties pages.

What's New?

  • Look for the New! icon for mobile resources added in 2013  Icon
 

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