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6 Ways to Make iPad Email More Productive

6 Ways to Make iPad Email More Productive | Digital Reflex |
A new report found that iPad users spend a large portion of their time sending and receiving emails using the native Mail client. In light of that study, we found five ways to m... (Good #tips.
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Apple launches dedicated ‘Apps for Healthcare Professionals’ collection

Apple launches dedicated ‘Apps for Healthcare Professionals’ collection | Digital Reflex |

One of the updates to the Apple App Store recently is the inclusion of a specific collection entitled, “Apps for healthcare professionals”.

This collection can be found within the ‘Medical Category’.


It is a useful starting point for physicians with new mobile devices looking for relevant apps.


The collection is further subdivided into:Reference Apps, Medical Education Apps, EMR & Patient Monitoring Apps, Nursing Apps, Imaging Apps, Patient Education Apps andPersonal Care Apps.

Via Andrew Spong
Dan Baxter's curator insight, February 20, 2013 5:17 PM

Interesting that the approval or otherwise by regulatory bodies is not acknowledged

Sven Awege's curator insight, February 21, 2013 4:34 AM

Pharma needs to wake up here. New players such as Apple and Android who have not traditionally been the key go-through platforms for us are now serious contenders.

We need to be on the boat, and help mould our future. Standing by and watching can not be a good thing. The journey is what it's about - learning on the way, changing direction when necessary, but understanding why. That knowledge can not be gained on the side-lines.

I can think of several scenarios where Pharma can be part of the scene as a partner/stakeholder! Can't you?


Ruth Eckenstein's curator insight, May 8, 2013 4:33 PM

There are many new and exciting tools for the modern nursing education classroom and clinicals.  The students and today's nurse must have information at their finger tips. These tools allow the nurse to get information as needed and rapidly.