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BMJ signs cooperation agreement with Saudi Arabian government to improve healthcare across the region

BMJ signs cooperation agreement with Saudi Arabian government to improve healthcare across the region | The daily digest | Scoop.it
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How a medical student uses an iPad for patient care and education

How a medical student uses an iPad for patient care and education | The daily digest | Scoop.it

A first-hand account of how a second-year medical student has incorporated an iPad into his studies and placements. A good overview of the features of an iPad that can be useful to medical students, as well as an interesting commentary about the effect on patient interaction when you take an iPad to the bedside.


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Medical 2.0 Pills: Is Inkling a good reason for a medical student to buy an iPad?

Med Geek asks whether Inkling will lure medical students to buy iPads. I'm not sure it is, it's essentially a text book that allows you share notes with others using it. However, it doesn't let students pull the content into other tools they might use like note taking apps, Evernote, OneNote etc and they can't pull other content in either.


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New free iBook demonstrates power of iPad as a medical education learning platform

Here at iMedicalApps, we are strong believers that mobile technology can make a significant, measurable, positive impact on medical education. From the enhanced visuals for anatomy, to medical journals, to the proliferation of interactive textbooks such as those offered by Inkling and more recently, the iBook.


Via Guus van den Brekel
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