There are many more websites or apps out there. These are just the tip of the iceberg. Unless I said there is a charge these are all free. Some are the lite version of a product that is available
Go to https://wiki.helpdesk.ufl.edu for instructions on setting up the VPN on your iTouch or iPhone./ They don't have instructions set up for Droids yet.
(This version is not linked to our holdings)
2. AIDSinfor for mobile phones from NIH: http://m.aidsinfo.nih.gov/ . Includes a glossary, information on AIDS drugs for professionals, patients and in Spanish.
4. Micromedex Mobile
For instructions: click on Handheld PDA tab or in Micromedex 2.0 click on the word Mobile
Free mobile access and app for iPhone and iTouch using these instructions since we subscribe.
5. AccessPharmacy (& AccessMedicine)
Compatible with iPhone, Blackberry Bold and Google Android. The mobile version doesn't include all the resources or textbooks.
If you haven't set up a login and password to access the quizzes or case studies go to MyAccessPharmacy and click on Create Profile before you try accessing
the mobile version. Once you have a login and password use your phone's browser and go to www.accesspharmacy.com. It will route you to the mobile
version. You will need to login using your MyAccessPharmacy/MyAccessMedicine login and password.
6. Free iphone/iTouch apps
Medscape.com ( if you are a registered user
Epocrates ( free version)
Johns Hopkins ABX Vaccines ( There is a charge for the mobile version of full Johns Hopkins ABX database)
PubMed on Tap Lite - free
full version $2.99
Searches PubMed & will link to the full text if we subscribe and you have the VPN turned on.