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Mobile Health Science

Guide providing links to apps in the health sciences that can be added to your own device through links to iTunes or Google Play (Android).

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Mobile Resources

The resources found on this guide are vetted and were discovered through research on the Medical Library Association, by monitoring the iMedicalApps Blog, and by consulting other libraries/ library websites. You will find free and paid apps, mobile friendly websites and resources provided by the Saint Francis University Library.

This guide leads health science students to the best resources using mobile technology. Use the index to the left to guide you in the selection of mobile resources for a specific population or a health topic.

Please let me know about apps used in your clinical setting. Thank you - Ms. Rager

Build your own i or Android health science device.

Grab you mobile device and locate this guide online. Select the apps you wish to add to your device and follow the directions from the vendor in purchasing /downloading the app.

      Links to mobile resources either direct you to the iTunes or Google Play preview page (to download/purchase the app) or the website (to create a bookmark).

Note:

This guide was built initially for use in the implementation of a grant with the Nursing Department in the Fall/Spring of 2013-2014. This project was funded in whole with Federal funds from the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine, under Contract No. HHSN-276-2011-00003-C, with the University of Pittsburgh.

Utitlity Apps

Reviews of Medical Apps from iMedicalApps

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Sources

These are places you may find other apps of use to you in the Health Sciences.