The Health Sciences Library provides several mobile apps and websites for the UNC Chapel Hill and UNC Hospitals community.
If you access any of the mobile websites from off campus, you will be prompted to enter your Onyen and password to access them, but the mobile apps will typically NOT require you to login every time once installed.
Please review theAccess Instructions tab for more details on installation or email an HSL Librarian if you need assistance.
This diagnosis app includes a suite of McGraw-Hill's AccessMedicine diagnostic resources including Diagnosaurus 2.0, Fitzpatrick’s Color Atlas of Clinical Dermatology, the Quick Medical Dx & Tx (QMDT), and the Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests. iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android. App will work offline.
Note: The Access Medicine app does not include access to the books available here in the web version of Access Medicine.
An app designed to help primary care clinicians identify clinical preventive services that are appropriate for their patients. Search & browse U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommendations. iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android, Palm, Windows. FREE
Translator app for clinicians interacting with limited-English patients. Includes a large library of pre-translated phrases with text and audio in 15 languages. Set up a link to UNC Health Care or UNC Dentistry translation services.
INDIVIDUAL PAID SUBSCRIPTION REQUIRED : Provides drug, disease, and diagnostic reference. iPhone, iPad, Android
50% discount available for U.S. students currently enrolled in a medical, nursing, pharmacy, or physician assistance programs. Register with UNC-CH email and choose a student option as your occupation.
To educate families about the heart, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center offers an interactive, 3D app for iPhones, iPads and Android Devices. The app shows anatomically accurate images of congenital heart defects and repairs of those defects.Heartpedia includes an interactive model of a normal heart in addition to interactive models of several defects and their associated repairs.
IMAIOS e-Anatomy is an atlas of human anatomy for physicians, radiologists, medical students and radiographers, with over 375,000 anatomic structures and more than 5,400 translated medical labels. iPhone, iPad, Android
Download the current Red Book, containing information on the manifestations, etiology, epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment of more than 200 childhood infectious diseases. iPhone, iPad, Android. App will work offline.
A point-of-care visual diagnostic clinical decision support system including more than 17,000 dermatology, oral pathology, ophthalmology, public health, drug reaction, and other images; differential builder, travel info, mobile app available. Enter a travel destination to see all currently endemic diseases and/or outbreaks.
Access: Off Campus Access is available for: UNC-Chapel Hill students, faculty, and staff; UNC Hospitals employees; UNC-Chapel Hill affiliated AHEC users.
Drug Essentials section of Micromedex. Provides drug, alternative medicine, disease, and toxicology information. Additional sections are available to users at a discounted personal cost. iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows
Many Wiley Online Library journal titles have individual mobile apps on which to read content. To access via UNC's institutional subscriptions:
1. Open the app and go to the menu in the top right corner and go to Settings. You should see an institutional access page.
2. If your access is current, you will see messages that say "your institutional access will expire on..." with a date.
3. If your access is not current, or to update your access before/after that date, you can click "Get Access" or "Refresh Institutional Access.
4. On the "Get Access" menu, select “I already have access” and then “I use the network at the workplace or university” and then follow the instructions to log in from within the app to your Wiley Online Library account and verify your access.
Access: Off Campus Access is available for: UNC-Chapel Hill students, faculty, and staff; UNC Hospitals employees; UNC-Chapel Hill affiliated AHEC users. Coverage: Varies
JAMAevidence provides tools for students and clinicians to evaluate and interpret medical literature and make the best treatment decisions for their patients. The mobile version includes "Quick Reference" pocket cards from Users' Guides to the Medical Literature and "Make the Diagnosis" sections from The Rational Clinical Examination.
eBrary is a large and growing collection of current English-language e-books, most of which are scholarly monographs covering a wide spectrum of subjects from the humanities to the health sciences. Mobile website.