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This full-price app version of the John Hopkins guides is available for Apple devices & Android devices. It may be used offline and offers antibiotic, diabetes, HIV, and psychiatry guides that provide authoritative, evidence-based information to help answer questions and make point-of-care decisions.
Mobile Site. Free to MCPHS. All brands. All devices. General.
Watch video demonstrations in General Laboratory Techniques and Basic Cellular and Molecular Biology.
Note: The following items are not available to MCPHS users: articles in JoVE (The Journal of Visualized Experiments); videos in Essentials of Biology 1: yeast, Drosophilia, & C. elegans; videos in Essentials of Biology 2: Mouse, Zebrafish, and Chick; videos in Essentials of Neuroscience; videos in Essentials of Developmental Biology; and videos in Essentials of Behavioral Science.
These drug information apps for Apple devices & Android devices may be used offlline. Academic/discount group rates are available to students.
For more information, 1. login to
2. Click on Academic Discount (The blue button under "Help and Training Resources"). Students at MCPHS get special pricing, but still need to pay to use Lexicomp's apps.
3. Scroll down to the app / app collection you want. The discount will be applied automatically. The regular price will be crossed out. The price you need to pay will be listed instead.
4. Select your operating system, using the options under that app / app collection.
5. Click on "Buy Now" using the button under that app / app collection.
6. Click "Proceed to Checkout."
7. Follow the prompts.
This portal contains links to a variety of free NLM tools. Some of the tools use responsive design and will automatically adjust to fit your screen's size.
Select App from the filters menu and click search to get a list of mobile sites and downloadable apps. Some of NLM's databases do not appear in the list but may still work on your mobile device.
Drug Information Portal Mobile—provides names, usages, and structures for over 50,000 drugs as well as links to relevant sites, information on the top drug searches by name and category in the past week, and top prescriptions from 2010.
MedlinePlus and MedlinePlus en Español—easily look up medical information written for patients and consumers.
WISER— wireless app for emergency responders in hazardous material accidents . Available for Apple devices, Android Devices, and Windows devices.
App. Free. Apple devices & Android devices. Other.
This quick preventative care tool retrieves screening and risk assessment recommendations based on a few quick patient traits. You can also browse for specific topics. It may be used offline. From the U.S. Prevention Services Task Force, part of Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).