Useful smart phone apps and online resources by subject



Emergency Medicine 

Family Medicine


Internal Medicine








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