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Premium Version of Epocrates Free to Med Students

According to a poston iMedicalApps, the premium version of Epocrates is free for medical students if they download it BEFORE August 31, 2010.  There are some caveats to it, students must have an iPhone, iPod Touch, Windows Mobile, or Blackberry. …

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WISER Available on the Blackberry

Whether it is due to persoan choices or institutional restrictions, there is a large group of physicians who use a Blackberry.  Unfortunately there is not a lot of medical software for the Blackberry.  The National Library of Medicine just released…

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Following Facebook

Millions of teenagers and I have something in common.  My mother is on Facebook.  I never thought the day would come, and quite frankly I never pushed her because I didn’t think she would be interested.  But my mom joined. …

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Blogging Vacation

I will be taking a vacation from blogging and all other online things. I will be back with the wired world next Monday. Share on Facebook Tweet This Post

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DOCLINE Changes

Yesterday I received an email from our DOCLINE coordinator at the NN/LM GMR indicating that DOCLINE will soon move to version 4.5.  Why is  this important? Well if you are one of the libraries still using Internet Explorer 6.0 you…

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What Smart Phone is Winning Over the Doctors?

Question: 100 doctors surveyed, name the smart phone most preferred by doctors. Survey Says…. The iPhone. In an article on cnet news, Gregg Malkary, managing director of Spyglass Consulting Group, states “Physicians are showing a clear preference (almost double) for using the…

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NEJM Changes

The New England Journal of Medicine launched its new website which is now hosted on the Atypon publish Platform, they will be moving off of the Highwire platform.  If you have an institutional subscription, your subscription administrator should have received…

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Friday Fun: Panera Co. Pay What You Wish

For my Friday Fun’s I usually try to loosely stick to the topic of libraries or technology, but sometimes other things pop up that I find interesting and want to share and a Friday post is a good time.  My…

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Medical Apps

Looking for some good medical apps for the Android?  The MidContinental Regional News clued me into a nice list on the Software Advice Medical Blog.  As a result of publishing their best iPhone medical apps the folks over at Software…

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Medline Plus Redesign Webinar

The NN/LM SCR’s monthly webinar will be “Review of the MedlinePlus Redesign.”  The webinar session will be Wednesday July 21, 2010 from 10:30-11:30am CDT.  The webinar is free, for more information on how to login go to http://nnlm.gov/scr/training/webmeeting.html Sorry for my…

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