The EBSCO app allows you to search EBSCO databases from your smartphone. To get access to the app, go to the homepage of any EBSCO database. Scroll to the bottom of the interface then click the "iPhone and Android apps" link and follow the instructions. App access is good for 90 days.
App compatible EBSCO databases include:
Complete Anatomy access is available for students in the DPT, PTA, and Physician Assistant programs. If your program uses Complete Anatomy, please contact your instructor for the access instructions.
Micromedex apps are a free download but require a password for content access. To retrieve the password for each of these apps, go to the Micromedex homepage and click "Download Mobile Apps" at the bottom. On the following page, open the "Micromedex Native Mobile Apps" collapsible menu. The current Micromedex apps available are:
Micromedex Drug Reference
Micromedex Drug Interactions
Micromedex IV Compatibility
Micromedex Pediatrics Reference
Register for a Login ID to use the Natural Medicines app and to accrue CE/CME credits. On the Natural Medicines homepage, click the "Get Your Login ID" button at the top of the screen to register.
Sign up for the Sanford Guide App: Create a free account to access the Sanford Guide Collection on a mobile device. Please note that you may be required to be on campus to register.
Renew Sanford Guide App Access
To use the STAT!Ref app, you must register for a Profile account with STAT!Ref, and activate the Anywhere Login functionality. Instructions on how to do both of these are available for download below.
Once you activate the Anywhere Login within your Profile account, that functionality will remain active for a year.
To use the UpToDate app, you must register for an UpToDate account.
Maintain app access: You must login to the browser version of UpToDate using the link below every 90 days to re-verify your account and maintain app access. Your app access will expire if you do not re-verify your account.
Create a user account with Wall Street Journal to use the WSJ app.
Once your account is created, the website will ask you several questions about your interests. You can click on the homepage menu to skip it.