Duke Medical Center Library & Archives
4 Things about Duke Apps - You Won’t Believe the Last One!
Posted On: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 - 17:06 by Brandi Tuttle
For those who have recently arrived to Duke, welcome! We can help you get your mobile device set up in the Duke Medicine environment. Check out our Mobile Apps Guide for more information on Duke provided apps (and more).
Did you know…
#1 Our Lexicomp app, Duke’s chosen clinical drug resource, has a new subscription code. You’ll need to update your account to continue using the app. These codes expire yearly. Click here & then click on the Mobile App Access button on the right. Follow the instructions for the new product code. If you haven't gotten started with Lexicomp yet, first...MORE
Lexicomp Mobile App Code Changed 8/31
Posted On: Tuesday, August 8, 2017 - 22:13 by Jesse Akman
- Existing users: Click here and click on the Mobile App Access button on the right. Follow the instructions for the new product code.
- New subscribers: ...
Posted On: Wednesday, July 12, 2017 - 14:10 by Brandi Tuttle
Journal articles, professional associations, CME, conferences, and Grand Rounds…how do you manage to keep up in an ever changing profession? With only so much time, the Library wants to help you work smarter not harder! Check out our Current Awareness Guide which highlights resources such as:
- MyNCBI to get a journal’s table of contents or get the latest research on a topic sent to you when you choose.
- Browzine, available through Duke Libraries, to browse, read, and share journal articles.
ClinicalKey App Now Available (and replaces First Consult)
Posted On: Wednesday, April 5, 2017 - 17:57 by Brandi Tuttle
The First Consult app from ClinicalKey has been retired! If you were a fan of this point-of-care resource or already like and use ClinicalKey, then you are in luck! All of the First Consult information (and more) is available via the ClinicalKey app.
Don't have a ClinicalKey username/password?
- Go to the ClinicalKey database through the Library
What's in your pocket?
Posted On: Wednesday, March 1, 2017 - 09:56 by Brandi Tuttle
According to a 2015 Pew Research Center report, “64% of American adults now own a smartphone of some kind, up from 35% in the spring of 2011” and “62% of smartphone owners have used their phone in the past year to look up information about a health condition” [Pew Research Center American Trends Panel survey from October 2014]. Undoubtedly that number has increased.
In a world where the Medical Center Library now lives in your pocket or purse, did you know that…
- We maintain a Mobile Apps Guide offering information on many Duke provided resources (such as apps for DynaMed Plus or Lexicomp) as well as other useful productivity and...
Has Your UpToDate Anywhere Access Lapsed?
Posted On: Monday, November 11, 2013 - 11:17 by Megan von Isenburg
Have you gotten an email from UpToDate Support lately with the subject line "Your remote access to UpToDate has lapsed"? If you downloaded the UpToDate mobile app and haven't used it or signed into to UpToDate on campus for a while, your access may temporarily lapse.
Have no fear! It is easy to re-verify your affiliation with Duke. Simply complete one of these tasks:
If you are working away from Duke for an extended period of time, for example doing global health work...MORE
Stay on Top of the Literature with the BrowZine App
Posted On: Friday, July 19, 2013 - 10:34 by Brandi Tuttle
Duke University Libraries is currently running a trial of BrowZine (think "browsing"), an app for ipads and Android tablets that enables you to browse, read, and monitor current journals in your subject areas. BrowZine is compatible with Zotero, Dropbox, Evernote and other services (Mendeley and RefWorks coming soon!), allowing you to organize and manage your research seamlessly. You may also save articles to your BrowZine pin board to read even when you don’t have Internet access.Download BrowZine to your device by following these easy steps:
- From your iPad or Android device, download BrowZine from the App Store or...
Looking for Apps?
Posted On: Friday, June 28, 2013 - 09:00 by Megan von Isenburg
With so many dozens of apps available, finding quality apps for clinical care can be a challenge. Apple has now created an Apps for Healthcare Professionals section within iTunes. iMedicalApps has done a nice overview and review of the collection.
Here at the Library, we have created our own collection of apps on our mobile devices guide. It includes links to apps for multiple devices and provides instructions in downloading Duke-subscribed apps...
UpToDate Anywhere Mobile App
Posted On: Tuesday, June 25, 2013 - 17:45 by Brandi Tuttle
We know life doesn't happen only on Duke campus. Now UpToDate is available for off-campus mobile use through the UpToDate Anywhere Mobile App. Answer your point-of-care or research questions anywhere and anytime. What's even better is that while you search UpToDate via the app (or while logged in via a personal computer), you'll earn CME credit. Ready to get started?