Useful smart phone apps and online resources by subject

 

Subject

Emergency Medicine 




Family Medicine



General









Internal Medicine


Neurology

Obstetrics

Ophthalmology

Palliative

Pediatrics



Pharmacy




Psychiatry

Smart Phone Application

ACLS Advisor 2013 (free)
WikEM – Emergency Medicine (free)
ERes – Emergency Medicine ($4.99)
Pepid (free or $299.99)

PalliCare.Ca (free WebApp)
AFP By Topic (free)
OCFP Handbook - NEW 2015!! (free)

Medscape (free)
Eye Chart Pro (free)
ImmunizeCA (free)
Lab Values Pro ($2.99)
Lexicomp (subscription)
MD on Call ($4.99)
MedCalc Pro ($4.99)
UpToDate (subscription)
5-Minute Clinical Consult (subscription)

ACC Pocket Guidelines (free)
Harrison’s Manual of Medicine (subscription)

NeuroMind (free)

Perfect OB Wheel ($1.99)

Eyehandbook (free)

Cancer Care Ontario Symptom Management Guides (free)

Pediatric Growth Chart (free)
Pedi Safe ($0.99)
Pedi STAT ($2.99)

Epocrates (free)
CPS Essentials ($39.99 annually)
Lexi-comp (subscription)
CPS RxTx (free)

STAT Depression Score PHQ-9 (free)
Psychiatry, Understanding Disease (free)

 

Helpful Reference Books


●    Guide to the Canadian Family Medicine Examination. Authors: Megan Dash and Angela Arnold
●    Family Medicine Notes Author: Danielle O’Toole
●    Canadian Guidelines Online
●    Rx Files (Objective Comparisons for Optimal Drug Therapy) 
●    Family Medicine Notes: Preparing for the CCFP Exam, Danielle O’Toole
●    Mosby’s Family Practice Sourcebook. Author: Michael Evans
●    Anti-Infective Guidelines for Community Acquired Infections
●    Hypertension Guidelines for Family Practice
●    Approach to Internal Medicine: A Resource Book for Clinical Practice. Author: David Hui
●    Drug Pocket: Clinical Reference Guide. Author: Andreas Russ
●    Tools for the Primary Care of People with Developmental Disabilities
●    The CMA offers members free access to many medical textbooks
●    American Academy of Family Physicians