Apps and Mobile Sites

Boston University

Clinical Practice

  • AccessMedicine Mobile
    Full text on mobile site via BU (8 concurrent users)
  • AccessSurgery Mobile
    Full text access on mobile site via BU
  • ACP Journal Club
    American College of Physicians: full text available via BU
  • ACP Clinical Guidelines App
    American College of Physicians mobile resources.
  • AHRQ ePSS
    Mobile access to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s Preventive Services Selector
  • AIDSinfo
  • BMJ Clinical Evidence
    British Medical Journal: $49.95
  • Calculate by QxMD
    Medical calculator app
  • Chest
  • Cochrane Library
  • DynaMed
    Full text access via BU: Click ‘Mobile’ in upper right for instructions. Note: There are two apps available, DynaMed Mobile and DynaMed Plus. Be sure to download DynaMed Mobile. 
  • Go2HIVInfo
    provides access to HIV information and direct access to the National Library of Medicine (NLM) HIV/AIDS related websites.
  • JAMA Evidence
    Register for full text access on mobile site via BU (3 concurrent users)
  • Micromedex
    fees apply.
  • Red Book
    American Academy of Pediatrics: full text available via BU
  • STAT!Ref
    Full text access 10 concurrent users.
  • UpToDate
    Access main UpToDate site while on campus and register for an account (‘Register’ in upper right). Then install UpToDate mobile app and sign in with your account to use off campus.

Consumer Health Information

Dental Medicine

  • ADA
    American Dental Association

Drug Information

  • DailyMed
    Provides high quality information about marketed drugs, including FDA labels (package inserts).
  • Epocrates Essentials
    Free version available.
  • Medscape
    Free drug database: includes herbal medications. Apple and Android versions.
  • Mobile MerckMedicus
    Downloads available for The Merck Manual, Professional Edition, PDR Drug Information and 3D Anatomy. You must be a licensed healthcare professional to download these apps. Access: Free
  • NLM Drug Information Portal Mobile

Medical Research

National Library of Medicine

Psychiatry and Psychology

Public Health

  • CDC Mobile Apps
    Apps for a variety of purposes from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • City of Boston
    City App Showcase
  • Massachusetts Department of Public Health
    Show Me: A Communication Tool for Emergency Shelters.
  • Toxnet Mobile
    Toxicology and hazardous chemicals databases including HSDB, IRIS, ITER, GENE-TOX, CCRIS, TOXLINE, DART/ETIC, TRI, and ChemIDPlus. Sponsored by the National Library of Medicine, through the Toxicology and Environmental Health Information Program of its Sp

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