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Medicine Toolkit - Teaching Tools for Academic Physicians

**** Rated as a Top Medical Education App

**** Rated as a Top Medical Education App

Medicine Toolkit - Teaching Tools for Academic Physicians

by Beacon Mobile
Medicine Toolkit - Teaching Tools for Academic Physicians
Medicine Toolkit - Teaching Tools for Academic Physicians
Medicine Toolkit - Teaching Tools for Academic Physicians

What is it about?

**** Rated as a Top Medical Education App! ****

Medicine Toolkit - Teaching Tools for Academic Physicians

App Details

Version
2.6
Rating
(16)
Size
9Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
September 17, 2014
Release date
January 20, 2012
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App Store Description

**** Rated as a Top Medical Education App! ****

Medicine Toolkit is a medical education app developed and used at Harvard's top teaching hospitals. Bayes at the Bedside enables you to apply Bayesian reasoning to patient care in real-time with a database of over 175 likelihood ratios. Pocket Evidence provides summaries of over 440 teaching articles with PubMed links at your fingertips in the classroom, the clinic, or the wards.

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Featured in the following publications:
* The Hospitalist
* Hospitalist News
* Today's Hospitalist
* ACP Hospitalist
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OVERVIEW
This app has been developed by healthcare professionals for healthcare professionals. It brings the latest in clinical reasoning and evidence based medicine to your fingertips in a format that's fun and easy to use!

Medicine Toolkit currently consists of two teaching components, "Bayes at the Bedside" and "Pocket Evidence" (2 apps in 1!).

BAYES AT THE BEDSIDE
Use over 175 likelihood ratios to apply Bayesian reasoning to clinical care in real-time! A little rusty on biostats? Use our case-based statistics review to refresh your memory on applying Bayes to patient care, and then turn to our teaching tutorial to learn about common errors in diagnostic reasoning and how to use Bayes' theorem to turn clinical pitfalls into teaching opportunities!

POCKET EVIDENCE
Can't keep all of the heart failure trials straight? Ever wonder just how the CHADS2 score came to be? Or feel at a loss when a resident cites a recent article you haven't seen, or a medical student asks what they should read that night? With Pocket Evidence, have summaries of over 440 review articles, consensus guidelines, landmark papers, and new and notable articles covering 70 topics in internal medicine available at your fingertips. Email the PubMed links to yourself and your team in real-time, and take a closer look at the literature that shapes how we practice medicine today.

HIGHLIGHTS

* More than a compilation of data and articles, Medicine Toolkit provides a framework for understanding and teaching statistics, evidence based medicine, and clinical decision making

* Both Bayes at the Bedside and Pocket Evidence contain a dynamic database regularly updated and expanded with input from you, our users, based on your experiences practicing and teaching medicine today

* Make this app what you want it to be, and benefit from the insights and expertise of health care professionals and medical educators across the country

* Covered by many professional reimbursement policies

TESTIMONIALS

"A must have for all clinicians, especially those involved with academic medicine."

"Great app to have at the bedside, on rounds, or to catch up on the latest data/reviews/guidelines/management strategies."

"This is a very needed app in the current state of healthcare. Provides evidence supported clinical decision support. It is really cheap if compared with the potential for excellent patient outcomes, decrease in cost from unnecessary testing, and as well for its incredible academic value."