Medical and Healthcare iPhone Apps from the BMJ Group
The BMJ iPad app combines the weekly BMJ print journal selection of research, comment, and education (with added interactivity), along with live feeds of the latest news, blogs, podcasts, and videos to appear on bmj.com.
Student BMJ was launched in 1992 and is a monthly international medical journal for medical students and junior doctors. It contains articles that have been specially commissioned for medical students and also features carefully selected articles from the BMJ.
The journal is compiled by a student editor - a medical student who takes a year out from studying – and includes news, medical debates, articles that put theory into practice, research made digestible, and careers advice.
The BMJ Careers app is the ideal job search tool for doctors seeking their next medical role. BMJ Careers from BMJ Group enables you to find your next job quickly and easily when you’re on the go.
Doctors Toolbag - Just launched
The Doctors Toolbag app provides healthcare professionals with smart and easy to use clinical prediction rules at the touch of a button, providing everything that is needed effective day to day practice.
Best Practice decision support for the iPhone
Check clinical guidelines and research evidence, and consult expert opinion with the new Best Practice app. It structures authoritative decision support information around the patient consultation and includes 20 free sample topics.
Child Health app from Best Health
The child health app from Best Health allows you to check the symptoms of your child’s illnesses, find out which treatments work and don't work and highlights key questions to raise with your doctor - all in plain English.
Depression app from Best Health
The depression app from Best Health provides you with up-to-date, reliable, plain English information about depression. It includes suggested questions to ask your doctor, to enable you to make more informed choices about your treatment.
Type 1 Diabetes app from Best Health
The type 1 diabetes app from Best Health explains, in plain English, how to manage your diabetes and keep it under control. It includes information on healthy living and checking your blood glucose levels to help you make more formed choices about your care.