Download the app through your mobile device store. To use the app, you will need to first request remote access. You will need to create or login with your account with Clinical Pharmacology. Once you are logged in, click on your name in the upper right hand corner and then "Remote Access". You will need to request remote access using your health.usf.edu address. Once your remote access has been confirmed, you will be able to log in and download the CP app.
There are three apps available either for free or for free for members of USF Health: Micromedex Drug Reference (free for everyone), Micromedex Drug Interactions, and Micromedex IV Compatibility. You will need to download the apps through iTunes or Google Play. To gain full access for Drug Interactions and IV Compatibility, you will need to log in to Micromedex by clicking on the link above. Once you are in Micromedex, click on "Download Center" and follow the registration instructions.
Log into Science Direct through the library website, then register for a SciVerse account. Once email is validated, you can access the SciVerse app, including full text articles. Premium requires institutional access and allows PDF access to articles
Reference tool listing the name, a brief description, and links to more information for thousands of eponyms. There are three super-menus at the top of the main page (all categories, favorites, and recent) followed by a category for every subdivision of medicine. The app even has sections for lab tests and procedures as well as physical exam findings.
Free, professional-grade medical translation tool. Allows robust history-taking and examination application designed to improve the safety, efficiency, and overall quality of care for non-English speaking patients.