Blrt allows you talk, point and draw over images and websites. Share your Blrts with your colleagues for them to comment, perfect for online learning.
This month sees the release of two new eBooks for brushing up on your Paediatric Emergency Medicine Skills. Both of these eBooks are a truly great addition to your PEM reference resources. They are both free and there’s no excuse not to have them handy on your mobile.
Triage ATS Pro is a quiz format app which presents scenarios of patients presenting to ED. It’s your job to decide which Triage Score they should get.
MedShr is a private social network for doctors. It aims to allow the sharing of interesting patients including photos/videos…
MAP+EM (Manage and Prescribe Emergency Medicine) delivers your local hospital guidelines and prescribing policies in one easy-to-find place on your phone
This week we review Nerve Blocks – an app designed by 2 Aussie anaesthetists which provides guidance on the delivery of effective regional anaesthesia.
As part of TechTool Thursday, I thought it would be interesting to look at more than just app reviews. This week I interview James Edwards
The Touch Surgery app simulates surgical procedures to allow teaching and testing of students and trainees.
DxLogic provides easy access to likelihood ratios to help determine treatment intervention options and diagnostic criteria
When treating paediatric patients in an emergency department, much of our role is about parental education. And it’s important we get this right…
Skinstamatic allows you to get a dermatology consult through your app. It embraces the benefits of technology as an aid to medical diagnosis.
Piktochart is a website that makes it easy for you to build your own infographics.