There are a ton of great apps out there. I think if you're starting med school, there's a few I'd think of right of the bat.
(I can't personally help you since I'm just a user). Need lots more info. Asking a nebulous question like this ^^ is like going to the doctor and going "Hey, something's wrong. Can you help?" or going to an auto mechanic and going, "My car's having issues. Can you help?"SDN Mobile app is not working on my phone can anyone assist me please?
JOMI (Journal of Medical Insight) - offers free accounts to medical students & residents. It has de
JOMI (Journal of Medical Insight) - offers free accounts to medical students & residents. It has videos of various types of surgeries (but I think it may just be a website, not an app)
agree!There are a ton of great apps out there. I think if you're starting med school, there's a few I'd think of right of the bat.
- Medscape is a great reference for pathophysiology because its nice and comprehensive. Be wary of sponsored content though.
- Visible Body has outstanding anatomy apps (see review below)
- As you get further along, Micromedex is a phenomenal drug reference
- Think about how you want to start building a digital reference library. You'll start accumulating papers, etc and its a good idea to get into a habit of tagging/storing them for easy later retrieval.
awesome! what does the app do ? I am a physician in the tech space as wellHi guys!
I help run social media for a great medical app, and we want to do a "congratulations new interns/residents" post. Are there any common hashtags/phrases that new interns etc. have been using for this particular experience (intern year)? let me know! thanks!