The UpToDate mobile app is now available for iPhone and Android devices, in addition to Windows 8 tablets. To access the app, you must first have an UpToDate account. To register, click on the red Login/Register button, located on the upper right-hand side of the screen. You must be using a desktop or laptop computer.
Once you have registered, or if you already have an account, download the app from your respective app store and use that registration username and password to access the app contents.
To maintain access to UpToDate and to continue to be able to access UpToDate remotely and through the local mobile application, your affiliation with needs to be verified periodically.
Epocrates is offering a free download of Epocrates Essentials, the premium drug, disease and diagnostic reference suite ($159 value), to any registered U.S. medical student starting August 1st, 2012.
Epocrates Essentials: provides users with drug & disease monographs and diagnostic tools at the point of care on your mobile device. This includes drug information and evidence-based disease content provided by the BMJ Group. It also includes access to infectious treatment guidelines as well as access to lab tests and panels with reference ranges, tables, approximate test costs, medical calculators and tables.
To obtain this free offer, students must sign up and access their free copy at http://www.epocrates.com/e/FreeforMedicalStudents2012
If you already have Epocrates Essentials, this offer will extend your subscription by a year.
Please note that the URL will be closed on 8/31.
Update: When registering, please designate your status as Medical Student with a specialty of “Other.”
This is the final event in our 2-month-long iTest iPad project where we began sharing methods and tips on integrating the new technology with our UNMC campus. We will demonstrate Library Apps, Scopus Apps, and Presentation Apps in the Private Dining Room A next Monday, May 14, from 11am-1pm, along with sandwiches and cookies. The goals of this event are to give the UNMC community a chance to get hands on the technology, to learn how iPads can assist with gathering and presenting information, and to share individual stories of other iPad users.