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iPads available for check-out at Kornhauser Library

Kornhauser Library now offers the iPad and iPad Air for checkout to all University of Louisville students and employees. Please see a staff member at the reference desk for more information or call 502-852-5771 for more information.

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Apps Gone Free

Did you know that every day an app goes free?  Click the links below to find out with iPhone/iPad or Android apps are on sale today.

Medical Apps: Daily best gone free medical apps (price-drop) for iOS and Mac users. 

Google Play: Top free medical apps for Android users. 

Latest News on Medical Mobile Apps

Mobile PDR App

Install now on your Apple or devices.

Free for all US healthcare professionals. Registration required.

PDR screen

The Vaccine Handbook App, based on Dr. Gary Marshall’s “The Purple Book,” now available for free download

The Vaccine Handbook: A Practical Guide for Clinicians (also known as "The Purple Book"), by Gary S. Marshall, MD, is now available in the context of an app for iOS devices. The Vaccine Handbook App contains the 5th edition of the book, updated with the latest immunization schedules and recommendations. The app enhances the utility of an already valuable print resource by including functions like keyword search, internal links, bookmarking, quick access to schedules and tables, hyperlinks to external sources, and the ability for real-time updates. A resources section provides ready access to authoritative immunization-related websites. Best of all—thanks to support from Sanofi Pasteur—there is no cost to download and use the app, although registration is required (offer void in Minnesota). Visit the App Store page to download The Vaccine Handbook App today.

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iMedicalApps is the leading physician review of medical and healthcare apps. Click the links below to find useful information on the latest and greatest medical apps and how to install them on your device.

iMedicalApps main page

This tutorial will show you how to optimize your iPad for medical use from the moment you first take it out of the box.

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Tiffney Gipson
Contact:
500 S. Preston St.
Louisville, KY 40202

502-852-8530

Medical Podcast Corner

Welcome to the medical podcast corner.  See any on this list you like?  Are there podcasts that aren't on this list that you listen to?  We'd like to hear from you just click on my email link right below my picture to share your podcast feedback and suggestions. 

Featured Podcasts: 

  • BMJ
  • JAMA
  • Lancet
  • New England Journal of Medicine
  • DailyMed - high quality information about marketed drugs from the NIH.
  • MedWormmedical RSS filter search engine. Searchable by keyword or by category. 
  • CDCthe CDC has many feeds available, including Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, CDC Online Newsroom, and Preventing Chronic Disease Journal.
  • WHO WHO has feeds available on disease outbreaks including avian flu.

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