Journal Club for Android

Journal Club for Android


Internal medicine literature at your fingertips.

ALLHAT, JUPITER, ARDSNet, CLOSURE, WARFASA, FACTT. Let’s face it: the sea of evidence-based medicine is vast, and wading through stacks and stacks of JAMA, NEJM, and JACC just isn't feasible. What should be at the top of the reading list?

Powered by Wiki Journal Club, Journal Club for Android focuses on the top articles in internal medicine and puts landmark trials at your fingertips. Written by physicians, these article summaries are distilled into bite-size morsels that clinicians can digest quickly. Think of it as CliffsNotes for medical research.

Features:
-Simple, intuitive interface
-Concise bottom lines
-Relevant major points
-Links to PubMed and primary literature
-Sort trials by name, date, specialty, and disease
-Share summaries with colleagues
-Integrated search

Recent changes:
v1.3.2 - 2014-11-10: New logo, Android 4+ optimized.
v1.3.1 - 2014-05-21: Fixed double articles bug.
v1.3 - 2013-10-29: Improved search.
v1.2 - 2013-06-04: Minor bug fixes.
v1.1 - 2013-05-24: Search for your favorite articles! Toast notifications let you know what updates and new summaries are added. Dotted underlines for articles not yet usable.
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About Journal Club for Android
Internal medicine literature at your fingertips.

ALLHAT, JUPITER, ARDSNet, CLOSURE, WARFASA, FACTT. Let’s face it: the sea of evidence-based medicine is vast, and wading through stacks and stacks of JAMA, NEJM, and JACC just isn't feasible. What should be at the top of the reading list?

Powered by Wiki Journal Club, Journal Club for Android focuses on the top articles in internal medicine and puts landmark trials at your fingertips. Written by physicians, these article summaries are distilled into bite-size morsels that clinicians can digest quickly. Think of it as CliffsNotes for medical research.

Features:
-Simple, intuitive interface
-Concise bottom lines
-Relevant major points
-Links to PubMed and primary literature
-Sort trials by name, date, specialty, and disease
-Share summaries with colleagues
-Integrated search

Recent changes:
v1.3.2 - 2014-11-10: New logo, Android 4+ optimized.
v1.3.1 - 2014-05-21: Fixed double articles bug.
v1.3 - 2013-10-29: Improved search.
v1.2 - 2013-06-04: Minor bug fixes.
v1.1 - 2013-05-24: Search for your favorite articles! Toast notifications let you know what updates and new summaries are added. Dotted underlines for articles not yet usable.

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A Google User
Mar 18, 2015
Pools all the ground breaking studies into one place I recommend this app to all the other residents and the new interns in internal medicine. A vital app that breaks down great studies that all internists should know. Updated regularly. Thanks so much for maintaining this app I use everyday.
A Google User
Mar 2, 2015
Awesome for intern and med studs Waiting for new updates!
A Google User
Feb 12, 2015
A must have for every internist I love this app, it is a must have for every internist in training or practice. Will keep referring my colleagues. keep updating it, willing to pay more for it. :)
A Google User
Feb 11, 2015
Awesome
A Google User
Jan 1, 2015
Greedy support team Support team is basically a group of greedy techs. I changed my phone and asked them to transfer my credits so I won't have to pay for the app again (like the way it is in 99% of other apps) and the team told me to buy it again for the new device. It is standard for paid apps to be transferred to the new phones. I had 7 other paid apps and all 7 of them were transferred because the support team was willing to help.
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