How to use: For most of the mobile apps, you must first register for a personal account while on the UW-Madison IP or proxy network, then download the app and sign in with your account information. See detailed information for each app below. Questions? Contact us at: email@example.com
Includes Quick Medical Diagnosis & Treatment, Fitzpatrick’s Clinical Dermatology Atlas, Diagnosaurus (a differential diagnosis tool), and Guide to Diagnostic Tests.
Note: You will be asked to confirm your UW affiliation every 90 days. To confirm your UW affiliation, go to AccessMedicine from a computer/device on the UW IP network (if you are off-campus, use your Net ID/password to access AccessMedicine via the Ebling website) and log-in to your personal account.
Easily find, read, and monitor thousands of health sciences journals available from UW-Madison libraries.
Includes books, journal articles, multimedia, clinical overviews, drug monographs, guidelines, patient education, procedure videos.
Step1: Create a Personal Account
Step 2: Apply for Remote Access
Step 3: Download the mobile app
A clinically-oriented point-of-care tool with topics in many medical specialities, drug information, and medical calculators. With a personal account, earn CME credit using both the desktop and mobile app.
Note: You will be asked to confirm your UW affiliation every 90 days. After that time, the app will ask you to reenter your active credentials. To maintain your active credentials, go to DynaMed from a computer/device on the UW IP network (if you are off-campus, use your Net ID/password to access DynaMed via the Ebling website) and log-in to your personal account.
Point-of-care drug information, including dosing, administration, warnings and precautions, as well as clinical content, such as clinical practice guidelines, IV compatibility from Trissel's 2 Clinical Pharmaceutics Database.
Note: UW Health's license to Lexicomp does not include the mobile app and the Lexicomp website is not optimized for mobile devices.