Mobile computing devices

November/December 2013 Issue
ACP Immunization Advisor [SPPACES: App Reviews]

The ACP Immunization Advisor app provides mobile access to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) current adult immunization schedule and adult vaccine indications and information.

September/October 2013 Issue
iGeriatrics [SPPACES: App Reviews]

The iGeriatrics app provides clinicians with mobile access to several clinical tools useful in the care of older adults.

May/June 2012 Issue
Medical Apps: Making Your Mobile Device a Medical Device [Feature]

Here's how to make your smartphone or tablet an indispensable practice tool.

Jul-Aug 2006 Issue
The Top PDA Resources for Family Physicians [Feature]

Here are 15 resources that can make you more effective with your handheld.

Nov-Dec 2005 Issue
Take Your Personal Digital Assistant to the Next Level [Feature]

Move beyond the basics with easy-to-learn programs that manage patient data.

Jun 2005 Issue
An Easy Way to Evaluate Software for Your PDA [Computers]

This article describes an approach to critically evaluating PDA medical applications for practicality, applicability and usefulness in medical practices.

Apr 2005 Issue
Free Medical Applications for Your PDA [Computers]

The author gives his "top-10" list of free medical software applications that family physicians can use on their personal digital assistants (PDAs).

Mar 2004 Issue
Rediscovering the Paper Planner [Balancing Act]

The author, a time management expert, explains why people are giving up their PDAs and returning to paper planning. She also provides instructions for getting the best of both worlds by combining paper and electronic scheduling.

May 2003 Issue
Evidence-Based-Medicine Tools for Your Palm-Top Computer [Computers]

The author evaluates a list of evidence-based resources for the personal digital assistant and offers tips for better utilization of these resources at the point of care.

Jan 2003 Issue
10 Quick Tips for a More User-Friendly PDA [Computers]

The author provides tips for customizing a PDA so that it is more useful to the physician at the point of care.

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