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Research Help

Clinical Mobile Apps

Some research databases offer mobile apps for easier use on phones and tablets. In order for the mobile app to recognize your UNE Nor’Easter ID and password, follow the instructions for each app below.

Apps

Access Medicine

First, register for a MyAccess account, then download the mobile app and log in:

  1. Go to the Access Medicine Database
  2. Click on Sign In or Create a Free MyAccess Profile from the Sign In/University of New England menu in the very upper right
  3. Register for a MyAccess Profile using the email, username, and password of your choosing
  4. Find the free Access Medicine app in your device’s app store and install
  5. Open the app and sign in using the email and password that you chose

Your account and mobile access are valid for 90 days. To retain your access, log into the Access database through the UNE Library website at least every 90 days to confirm your UNE affiliation.

CDC Apps

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevenction (CDC) offer many free mobile apps to assist with clinical practice. These apps can be downloaded from your device’s app store and do not require a UNE registration or special login.

Clinical Key/Clinical Pharmacology

First, register for an account with Clinical Key/Clinical Pharmacology, then download the mobile app and log in:

  1. Go to Clinical Key/Clincal Pharmacology
  2. Click on Register and create an account using your une.edu email address
  3. Find the free Clinical Key or Clinical Pharmacology app in your device’s app store and install
  4. Select your region, and login with your une.edu email address and password

Dynamed

  1. Go to Dynamed
  2. Click on Mobile from the top menu bar
  3. Enter your email address to send yourself the instructions, key, and a link to download the app.

You will be asked to renew your access every six months by repeating the above steps.

Lexi-Comp

The LexiComp mobile app requires a restricted login code, available to 4th year students in the College of Pharmacy. Contact John Redwanski for a login code and more information.

The Medical Letter

  1. Go to The Medical Letter
  2. On the left-hand menu, choose Mobile App from under Products
  3. Register for an account using the username and password of your choosing
  4. Find the free The Medical Letter app in your device’s app store and install
  5. Register with the username and password that you chose

Micromedex®

Micromedex offers a number of apps:

  • IBM Micromedex® Drug Ref
  • IBM Micromedex® Drug Info
  • IBM Micromedex® Drug Int.
  • IBM Micromedex® IV Comp
  • IBM Micromedex® Pediatrics
  • IBM Micromedex® NeoFax

To use these apps:

  1. Go to Micromedex
  2. Click on Download Center from the top menu
  3. Follow the instructions for downloading and installing each app, using the password provided

Nursing Reference Center

The Nursing Reference Center app is currently only available for iPhone users.

  1. Go to Nursing Reference Center
  2. At the bottom of the page, click on NRC iPhone/iPod Touch Application
  3. Enter your email address. You will be sent a link to download the app, along with instructions and an access key

PubMed

PubMed offers the PubMed4Hh (PubMed for Handhelds) app as a free resource available through your device’s app store (no special account or login required). This app will only provide access to article citations or abstracts. To access the full text, you will need to use the full PubMed database.

UpToDate

First, register for an account with UpToDate, then download the mobile app and log in:

  1. Go to UpToDate
  2. Click on Log In/Register and create an account using a user name and password of your choosing.
  3. Click the button to Accept License.
  4. Find the free UpToDate app in your device’s app store and install
  5. Register with the username and password that you chose

Your account and mobile access are valid for 90 days. To retain your access, log into UptoDate through the UNE Library website at least every 90 days to confirm your UNE affiliation.

Other Resources

iMedicalApps

iMedicalApps is a website that recommends and reviews Medical Mobile Apps. (Not all recommended apps are free or available through UNE Library Services’ subscriptions.)

Psychiatry Online

Psychiatry Online allows you to pair your smartphone or tablet to the UNE Library Services’ subscription. Device pairing will expire after 90 days, but can be re-paired at any time. For instructions on how to pair your device, download the Mobile Device Pairing Guide (PDF).

Questions & Help

If you have questions about using clinical mobile apps, librarians are here to help!

Contact us:

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