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Interactive Statistical Analysis
Forms for Medicine (Tutorials)
& Mortality Weekly Report
Center for Health Statistics (USA)
of National Statistics (UK)
of Internal Medicine
England Journal of Medicine
(anaesthetic resources for Palm OS)
Textbook of Dermatology
Internet Drug Index (RxList)
Information Management Association of Australia
Open Health Care Group
of Internal Medicine for PDAs
College of Physicians PDA Portal
Brain - Kent Willyard, MD.
Based Medicine 2 Go
Cortex The Portal for PDAs in Nursing
Medicine: Clinical Publications
Buyers Guide: Great reviews!
Students Cafe: PDA Center
Dr.Companions UK (A great collection of medical references on
Electronic Medical Record Software for Clinical Practices in US.
Titles for Palm and pocketPC downloadable instantly.
- The American Medical Student Association (AMSA)
has a section of its Web site devoted to the use of PDAs in
Cambridge University - "Project
Palm" aims to use handheld computers to create a
collaborative learning environment for Cambridge Medical Students.
University - Extensive and
well-organized site designed to provide recommendations for the
use of handhelds in medical education, maintained by the Dalhousie
University Faculty of Medicine.
Intro to Palm
- The "Ectopic Cortex", a
collection of links and information maintained by the Duke
University Department of Family Medicine.
Palm/Handheld Support for Clinicians - The
Clinical Informatics program at Thomas Jefferson University
provides training and support for clinicians on use of handheld
computers. Palm OSï¿½ is the handheld operating
system of choice at TJU and TJU Hospital.
Medicine - This page of PDA resources
maintained by the JH Office of Academic Computing includes the
usual links, plus some original FAQs.
College of Wisconsin - Check out their
site for details on PDA use during third-year clerkships,
electronic forms, popular applications for clinicians, tutorials,
University of South Carolina - a.k.a.
"PDAs in Health Care", a guide to Personal Digital
Assistants for faculty, students and staff of the Medical
University of South Carolina.
York Medical College - The goal of this
project is to provide students with an introduction and hands-on
opportunity to incorporate a PDA into their clinical educational
Medical Education - Matthew Delaney's
Palm Powered Expert Guide for medical students.
Palm Pilot Page
- A "high yield-must-have-bare
bones" selection of links from the Medicine-Pediatrics
Residency Program at Baylor College of Medicine.
Palmtop Medicine - Students
and faculty at Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of
Virginia are participating in a palmtop project using HandSpring
- At UCLA School of Medicine, 3rd and 4th
year students are required to have a PDA to enable "point of
contact" access to information resources and to prepare
students for practicing medicine in the 21st century.
Pediatrics On Hand
- Hosted by the Children's National Medical
Center peds residency. Lots of terrific resources here!
Medicine - Includes information on
various PDAs, essential software, a library of text files, and a
list of top web sites.
Kentucky College of Medicine - Brief
collection of Palm OSï¿½ links and tips maintained
by students at the University of Kentucky.
of Louisville PDA Initiative - Palm OSï¿½
information maintained by medical students at the University of
Louisville School of Medicine.
UNC-CH School of
Medicine: PDA Initiative - Useful
information for third and fourth year medical students using Palm
OSï¿½ handhelds at the University of North
of Virginia PDA Requirement - All third
year medical students are required to own PDAs. Windows Mobile
devices are not recommended.
of Virginia School of Nursing - The
School of Nursing's recommendations regarding handheld computers.
Family Medicine's PDA Resource Guide - Created
by the University of Washington Family Medicine Residency Network,
contains lots of great info for all medical PDA users, including
links to PDA web sites, hardware, software, reviews, buyer's
guides, software installation instructions, troubleshooting, tips,
USDSM Palm Program
Site - Developed by the folks at the
University of South Dakota School of Medicine to provide basic
information and resources to assist with the use of PDAs in
Medical Palm Initiative - Collection of
links and resources for Palm OSï¿½ users at
Yale ITS-Med - Yale
University's Information Technology Services (ITS) recently began
supporting Palm OSï¿½ devices, and developed this
PDA Portal - This site,
hosted by the American College of
Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine,
offers a selection of free documents covering a
variety of medical topics.
Palm Pilot Page - An
overview of how a fourth-year resident at the
University of Cincinnati uses her Palm OSï¿½
handheld, including lists of her favorite
applications and Web sites.
Medical Center - PDA
resources, a PDA portal, and Wi-Fi information.
A site devoted to news on PDAs
in clinical dentistry.
- Dr. Steven Spence is the
director of the Blackstone
Family Practice Residency in Virginia, and has
created a handy site containing a wide variety of
medical informatics links, including handheld
B's PDA - A family
practitioner's page of home-grown Palm OSï¿½
applications and links.
- An extensive listing of
fire/EMS-related PDA links, including a few news
items and case studies (and even a couple of games!)
FP PDA - Free
Palm OSï¿½ medical software, medical
information, Palm OSï¿½ tutorials,
links, and more.
GasPalm - U.K.-based
site focusing on anesthesia software for Palm OSï¿½
Handheld Healthcare - A
diverse and well-organized collection of links to
various resources compiled by the Healthcare
Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS).
Information for Pharmacists - This
site contains information about handheld computers
as they relate to the practice of pharmacy.
For Doctors - Maintained
by U.K.-based Dr. Mohammad Al-Ubaydli, this site
information for beginners as well as a very
PalmPilot - The largest
collection of medical Palm OSï¿½
databases and documents on the Web.
Matt Delaney Page - Matt
is a P.A. student who has written a number of very
nice freeware references for iSilo,
including guides to interpreting chest x-rays, EKGs,
blood counts, and chemistries.
iSilo Depot - A collection
of more than 100 iSilo documents designed for the
medical PDA user gathered from sources far and near.
Review - Regularly-updated
blog/newsletter hosted by the Technology Application
Unit (TAU) of the Mount Sinai Hospital at the
University of Toronto.
- You won't find any Palm OSï¿½
information here, but this site is one of the best
for medical users of Pocket PC and Windows CE
MedPDA.net - Created
by MDs for physicians in practice and in training,
featuring original articles, application reviews,
news, and answers to common questions.
Medical references for the
doctor on the go, including CodeMeister, LyteMeister,
- The purpose of this site is
to allow experienced users, newbies and everyone in
between to exchange tips on how to maximize the use
of your Palm OSï¿½ handheld in the
Palm MD - A
site devoted to news related to PDA's in clinical
PDA Cortex -
Formerly RNPalm.com, this site
has shifted focus to become "the cutting-edge,
multidisciplinary community for the innovators and
implementers of mobile informatics."
- A collection of links to
freeware medical software and other PDA
recommendations in German.
pdaRD.com - "Your
#1 resource for everything nutrition, dietetics, and
Pediatric Pilot Page - Medical
files for pediatricians and other physicians who use
Palm OSï¿½ handhelds.
Pocket DVM -
Publisher of the first digital
veterinary assistant for Palm OSï¿½
Topic in Pediatrics - Medical
summaries and medical equations in pediatrics.
Maintained by DocZ.
Andrew Yee's Palm
Pilot Page - Includes a
free database of nearly 1,000 medical eponyms,
available in JFile Pro and Doc formats. Maintained
by Andrew Yee.