Each app is marked the following letters to denote whether it's freely available through the iTunes Store, available for you to download through Apps@Work, or available through the HSL's subscriptions:
(F) Free resource
(A) Available through Apps@Work
(L) Available through the HSL
If you need help with your iPad or the mobile resources on it, go to the main desk at the Health Sciences Library (HSC level 3) or email mMedEd_Support @stonybrookmedicine.edu.
Quizzes and Flashcards
This list is far from exhaustive. To find more medical oriented apps check out all the apps that the CDC has released or visit iMedical apps. iMedical apps is a medical apps review site where physicians, allied health professionals, medical trainiees, and mHealth analysts review mobile medical technology. It's particularly useful because reviews are based heavily on reviewers' experiences in clinical settings and they have a strict policy on avoiding conflicts of interest.
To find more apps on teaching, learning, and productivity, check out the iPadogogy Wheel: