… then you’ll need to fill it up with the best medical apps around. Here’s just a selection
Try the Cochrane Library app – available for iPad
The Cochrane Library iPad Edition presents the latest up-to-date evidence from The Cochrane Library in a convenient, easy-to-navigate format. Monthly issues feature Cochrane Systematic Reviews selected by the Editor in Chief and specially abridged to provide the best possible iPad reading experience. The reviews are enriched with the addition of multimedia content, including podcasts, videos, and slide decks.
available from iTunes (free)
Having the BNF at your finger tips is always going to be useful – so get the BNF app (we’ve suggested it in the past. We also talked about the NICE guidelines app and the SIGN app – they’re well worth downloading too!) – it’s free, but you will need an NHS ATHENS login to gain access.
Available from iTunes (it’s good for your iPhone too)
Having an app to help you get access to, add to, and manage your references all the time is a great advantage – so whether you use Mendeley or Zotero there’s an app to help.
You might be interested in this list of the most innovated medical apps of 2012, courtesy of iMedicalApps Forum and also the 20 best iPad productivity apps, as suggested by the TabTimes – so there’s no excuse now!