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AppStudio Humanitarian Challenge by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Save the World by Developing or Donating! September 3, 2014 — The number of smart phones in third world is growing at the almost the same ra ... Read on »
My smartwatch adventure (I) by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Not too long ago I figured I might as well jump into the wearables bandwagon and get myself a smartwatch. Why on earth? Well, I thought it would be neat if I could glance ... Read on »
Can we finally say RIP webOS? by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc From June 2009 till the day HP dumped it in 2011, webOS had a tumultous journey. I revelled in the early days and really hoped it would succeed. It was not to be and when ... Read on »
Which messaging app for doctors? by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I am a fan of instant messaging. Not your usual SMS or text messages but the multi-platform IM. When it comes to communicating with colleagues it’s quite handy for quick w ... Read on »
The iPhone 5s as a poor man’s telepathology system by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Recently a colleague pointed out in his Facebook page that he could snap a picture off his microscope using just his iPhone 5s. He did this without any adaptor and all tha ... Read on »
NSB App Studio v 4.0 released by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc NSB App Studio is what I use to create my web apps (at medwebapp.com and oncopda.com ) and subsequently convert them to native Android and iOS apps with Phonegap. If you ... Read on »
New: VTE guidelines app for #android by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I’ve converted another webapp of mine, the to a native Android version. You can download the app VTE for free This app provides guidance on the assessment and m ... Read on »
Drug and Disease search for #iOS beta testing by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc My has crossed the 18,000 installation milestone. I guess many find this little app useful after all! I have started a small scale beta test for the iOS version ... Read on »
Fig. 1 – an Instagram for Doctors #iOS (III) – now on #android and the #web by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Fig. 1 is the Instagram-like app for medical professionals. Android users can now rejoice (if you have access to the US Play Store) as it is now available for free. ... Read on »
DrugDz for #iOS : Calling for beta testers by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I believe I have got DrugDz (my modestly successful app for Android – see this post ) running reasonably well on #iOS. It may be sometime before I submit it to ... Read on »
PICU Tools – reborn as a #webapp by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc For those of you who used the wonderful free medical software for PalmOS, you might remember PICU Tools , a collection of several databases and calculators for use in the ... Read on »
Drug and Diseases search app updated for #webapp, #android and coming soon #iOS by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Drug and Disease search is a continuing project of mine which originated from the old webOS version (anyone still using webOS?). It was a necessity back then as there ... Read on »
Follow us on Facebook by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc We’ve started a Palmdoc Techblog Facebook page to complement our Twitter presence to link and discuss anything interesting we find in the Mobile and Tech medical wo ... Read on »
Collaborating with medical #webapps by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc A recent response to a a post in iMedicalApps : 5 Steps to making your medical app idea a reality prompts me to make this post Btw, I must add creating apps wit ... Read on »
WCG BOINC on your Android by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Congrats to the World Community Grid Project for releasing their Android client . I’ve been a user of their Boinc client for the desktop for many years now. D ... Read on »
Frank Shann Pediatric Drug Doses revisited by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc A paediatric colleague of mine recently asked me where to get a digital copy of Professor Shann’s popular reference. She was carrying a paper reference but as she h ... Read on »
Once you’ve gone Mac, there’s no turning back by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc This blogger has been a Windows user for years. My last laptop, the Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook, is actually pretty good. Boot up is quick, and turning on from sleep mode ... Read on »
Smartphone Sales Statistics Discover How Stats Are Increasing Consistently by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc This Infographic is produced by Coupon Audit (provides Finish Line coupons) and Palmdoc . Use this code to copy the infographic to your blog <br /><img ... Read on »
Things I like about #iOS7 by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Coming from an iPhone4 running iOS6 (Jailbroken), iOS7 is a big leap forward for me. There are quite a number of features now which makes the need to Jailbreak much less. ... Read on »
Using a smartphone to track patient referrals by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I am reminded to blog about a colleague of mine, a Urologist, who has a habit of keeping notes about patients referred to him in a stack of cards in his pocket. Recen ... Read on »