Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Friday, November 20, 2009
Supported PDAs for Dynamed
- Palms – Devices running Palm OS 3.5 and higher. For example: Palm m500 series, Palm m700 series, Treo series, Tungsten series, and Zire series
- Pocket PC – Devices running Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 or Microsoft PocketPC 2000 (ARM/X-SCALE only), PocketPC 2002, PocketPC 2003, PocketPC 2003 SE.
- Supported Devices:
- Pocket PC 2000, Pocket PC 2002, Pocket PC 2003
- Devices that use Intel StrongArm, X-Scale, and Samsung processors
- Supported Devices:
- Windows Smartphone
- BlackBerry – Devices running OS 4.1 and higher
- iPhone and iPod Touch – Native application with these features:
- Fixed title and tool bars to simplify navigation
- Previously-viewed topic history
- Incremental index searching for efficient topic access
- Modification of font size in topic view
- Quick (A-Z) indexing
- "See Also" links to related results
- SmartTabs for efficient navigation
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
~ Make a List
~ Remembering What You and Your Doctor Discussed
~ What to Ask Your Doctor
~ What to Share with Your Doctor
Videos can be found at: NIH Senior Health
Friday, November 13, 2009
primary login. This change will be effective Monday, November 16. You will be able to access your account using the email address where you are receiving this message and your normal password.
The laptop can be checked out with your Panther ID card and can be used only inside the Medical Library.
Monday, November 9, 2009
Friday, November 6, 2009
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
We have posted about Google Health before. Here is an article that covers more Google apps that can help physicians. Read on!
"5 Ways Google Can Make You a Better Doctor:"
“The Internet is fundamentally changing the way doctors practice medicine by enabling greater access to medical information, easier collaboration with patients and colleagues, and economic opportunities for entrepreneurs in Health IT,” says Roni Zeiger, product manager, Google Health. “Many Google services have powerful applications for a physician’s daily work. For example, Google Alerts and Google Reader are great ways for physicians to keep up to date with new research and news in their practice areas.” ......