Medical Mobile Apps

Calder Medical Library's Resource Guide for Mobile Apps

Welcome to the Calder Medical Library Resource Guide for Mobile Apps.

This guide is designed to provide easy access to mobile apps for the most popular databases and software applications available to our patrons.

We hope you find this page useful! 

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The University of Miami's Louis Calder Memorial Library is the place to find authoritative, current, and relevant information for patient care, research, and education.

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Kelsa Bartley

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QUOSA INFORMATION MANAGER

Retrieve all or selected full-text from your PubMed or Ovid search with one click, organize article collections, search across the full-text of the articles you retrieve, etc.

Available for Apple iPad.

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RCSB Protein Data Bank

The Protein Data Bank (PDB) archive is the single worldwide repository of information about the 3D structures of large biological molecules, including proteins and nucleic acids.

The PDB was established in 1971 at Brookhaven National Laboratory under the leadership of Walter Hamilton and originally contained 7 structures. After Hamilton's untimely death, Tom Koetzle began to lead the PDB in 1973, and then Joel Sussman in 1994. In 1998, the Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics (RCSB) became responsible for the management of the PDB. In 2003, the wwPDB was formed to maintain a single PDB archive of macromolecular structural data that is freely and publicly available to the global community. It consists of organizations that act as deposition, data processing and distribution centers for PDB data.

Available for Apple iOS and Android devices.
 


 

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RefWorks/RefShare/RefMobile

A web-based bibliography and database manager, used to easily create personal databases of imported references from text files or online databases, that facilitates reference storage, retrieval, formatting for publication and sharing of folders or databases. Note: If prompted remotely for a University Subscriber Group Code, click here. The service will prompt for your individual LOGIN and PASSWORD. Click on the User Login link near the top of the RefWorks homepage to create a new account or access an existing account.

Use RefMobile to connect to RefWorks using your mobile device.

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Scopus

The largest database of scientific, technical, medical and social science literature back to 1966, including cited references.

Download the Research Highlights app which harnesses the power of Scopus to let researchers track critical search terms across more than 20,000 peer-reviewed journals from hundreds of publishers.

Available for Apple iOS and Android devices.
 


 

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Serials Directory

Access to information about 178,500+ U.S. and international periodicals, from within the U.M. I.P. domain. Select EBSCOhost and then the Serials Directory options.

Available through EBSCOhost Mobile , which provides seamless access to the EBSCOhost (ehost) or EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) interfaces via mobile devices without the need to download an application. Simply access your library's EBSCOhost resources from a mobile device and a mobile-friendly version of the site will display.

If you would prefer to use the available app for iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad and Android, you can also download the EBSCOhost app for Apple iOS and Android devices. Authentication instructions and links to online Help pages that describe how to use the app, are available here.
 


 

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SPORTDiscus

Database of Sports literature; journal coverage is 1975 - present; books and theses is 1949 to present. Access within UM IP domain.

Available through EBSCOhost Mobile , which provides seamless access to the EBSCOhost (ehost) or EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) interfaces via mobile devices without the need to download an application. Simply access your library's EBSCOhost resources from a mobile device and a mobile-friendly version of the site will display.

If you would prefer to use the available app for iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad and Android, you can also download the EBSCOhost app for Apple iOS and Android devices. Authentication instructions and links to online Help pages that describe how to use the app, are available here.

 

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