Meeting the educational, research and clinical information needs of the UW community.
Provides mobile optimized links to resources and information as well as links to apps for specific mobile phones and devices.
Last Updated: May 14, 2013
This page lists health sciences resources that have mobile optimized web sites. Access these resources through your phone's browser. Save the links on your home screen or bookmark them for future use. Links with a lock icon require UWNetID login.
Click on the tabs at the top of this page to access specific apps for your type of phone or mobile device.
- Care Provider Toolkit Mobile
Mobile optimized display of commonly used HealthLinks Care Provider Toolkit links.
- Google Open Data Kit
Open Data Kit (ODK) is a suite of tools to help organizations collect, aggregate and visualize their data. For Android phones such as G1. Developed by UW Computer Science and Engineering Department members.
Connect to UW resources from your iphone or ipod touch. Download the app from the iPhone AppStore. For other Smartphone access, point your phone's browser to m.uw.edu.
Online Clinical Care Algorithms & Messages (OCCAM) delivers HMC- and UWMC-specific ICU and acute care protocols, pearls, and algorithms to clinicians at the point of need. OCCAM is produced by the UW Health Sciences Library and UW Medicine.
SpaceScout - UW study space finder app for iOS - search the App Store for "space scout".
- UW Learn CPR Videos
(EBSCO) - Best available evidence summaries for over 3000 topics.
- EBSCOhost Databases
Includes Dynamed and Nursing Reference Center.
- ePocrates Online
Major areas include Drugs, Diseases, multi-drug check, Pill ID, calculators, and tables. Some sections are unavailable in the free version.
- Essential Evidence Plus Mobile
POEMs and guidelines; clinical decision rules and calculators; ICD-9 codes. For mobile access, sign up for individual username/password while on campus or logged in through the offcampus proxy.
- Facts & Comparisons Mobile Web Access
Sign up for free mobile access. The F&C Mobile site has been fully optimized for the iPhone and iPod Touch and may also be usable with other mobile devices.
- MD Consult Mobile
Sign up for a free account to access the mobile page at m.mdconsult.com. You will be required to login to access the mobile page.
- MEDLINE Plus Mobile
Mobile friendly MEDLINE Plus search and news.
Mobile friendly web site for drug information
- Mobile MerckMedicus
Free registration for licensed healthcare providers. Some resources are fee based.
- PubMed Mobile
Mobile friendly Web interface to access PubMed on your Smartphone.
- Springer Protocols
Database of reproducible laboratory protocols - mobile optimized.
Search UpToDate - mobile optimized web site.
- Web of Science
(Ebsco) - Search Web of Science, mobile format.
Supports both PC- and PDA-based browsers, including BlackBerry, iPhone, and Android devices.
- American College of Physicians Foundation - Videos
Health tips and instructional videos for patients. Suggestion: Watch video before recommending to patient. **
- Ask A Librarian - JAAPA Article
Advice on choosing a mobile device.
- CNET Reviews - Handheld Buying Guide
HandHeld reviews and news
- Control of Communicable Diseases Manual (CCDM) for Mobile
Sign up for a free download optimized for iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Palm, or Windows Mobile.
- ePocrates Go Mobile
A healthcare professional's guide to choosing and using a mobile device.
Mobile medical app reviews and commentary by medical professionals
- MerckMedicus PDA and Smartphone Tools
Mobile MerckMedicus and other physician resources. Available after registration to state licensed health care providers.
- Mobile REMM (Radiation Emergency Medical Management)
U.S HHS guidance on diagnosis & treatment for health care providers.
- NCCN Guidelines Apps for Android and iPhone
Free NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology, mobile apps for iPhone and Android.
- NLM Mobile
Gallery of Mobile Apps and Sites from the National Library of Medicine
- PalmDoc Chronicles
Medically-related PDA software and OS news.
Medical focus reviews, news, forums, tutorials.
- WISER (Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders)
Hazardous substance identification support, physical characteristics, human health information, and containment and suppression advice.
Browse top Health Sciences journals from your iPad
Download Browzine from the App Store and then choose University of Washington from the list of institutions. Login the same way you would access the proxy from off-campus.