Mobile applications are becoming increasingly popular and relevant to work in the health sciences. This guide highlights a number of mobile applications that might be of interest to health sciences students, faculty, researchers and clinicians.
Remember: while many mobile apps are incredibly helpful, they should be used in context with your knowledge of evidence-based practice. Some of the apps in this guide will connect you with official sources of health sciences-related literature made available through UW Libraries. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact the Reference Desk at Coe Library.
This guide was originally created by Nicole Capdarest-Arest, MA (LIS) at the Arizona Health Sciences Library, University of Arizona, who gave permission to use the guide and change it to meet the needs of the faculty and students at University of Wyoming. To view the original guide, click here.
For information about iPads available for check out at Coe Library, see the iPad Quick Guide. This guide has information about checking out iPads at the Circulation Desk, an introduction to using iPads, basic iPad functions, and basic informaton on iPad apps pre-loaded on UW iPads.