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Read your favorite medical journals in one place. Create topics and then receive articles with automatic updates. Quickly share articles with colleagues and save abstracts to read offline. Available for the iPhone and iPad.
Drug information available for a wide variety of handheld devices.
NOTE: You may receive a "Subscription Expired" message within 30 days of installing the app. This is only alerting you that the 30-day trial you downloaded initially has expired. Your subscription has not expired and will be completely functional after this period.
Library users can download books to their Android tablet in addition to an iPad or PC. Install the free iPublishCentral Reader app from the Google Play store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.impelsys.ioffline). From within the university wireless network launch your Android tablets web browser and navigate to http://ebooks.thieme.com/bookshelf. Browse the list of all available titles and select download next to the title you wish to download. You will then be directed to the download page. On the download page, click on the download icon. The iPublishCentral Reader app will then open and the file will be downloaded to your bookshelf.
The nature.com reader apps have been designed to make reading scientific content on the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch easier. News, abstracts and open access content is always free to view, full text articles can be accessed through individual journal subscriptions.
Their site promotes “seamless automatic one-tap access to full text PDFs available” for a lot of universities (including Stony Brook University). After you download the app you are asked to create an account by adding information about your profession, specialty, and institution. It is available from the App Store.
Click on "Log in/Register" and complete the registration fields. You must register from within the Stony Brook network in order to gain access to the mobile apps and accrue CME credits. Complete verification by logging in to UpToDate from a Stony Brook network computer at least once every 30 days.
The Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) House of Delegates adopted new policy guidelines on the appropriate use of social media and social networking sites by physicians during the FSMB’s 2012 Annual Meeting on April 28. The guidelines provide recommendations for state medical boards to consider in educating their licensees on the proper use of social media and social networking websites.