Our suite of apps are available for Apple and Android devices, and optimised for both tablet and mobile phone screen sizes. Our intention is to disseminate our apps via Apple’s App Store and Google Play and also the app’s code for use and modification by other UGC instructors/students with similar pedagogical concerns. The following mobile apps reflect a fresh approach towards creating apps that are of high functionality and pedagogical value.
Interpretation of Radiographs - General Skills app is to help you to adopt a systematic approach towards interrpreting differential diagnoses for radiographic lesions.
Medical students may find it particularly difficult to identify bone abnormalities on radiographs. The process of ‘reading’ radiographs is a skill that is developed with experience. Interpretation of Radiographs - Lesions of Bone app is designed to help students hone their skills in reading radiographs.
Interpretation of Radiographs - Cervical Spine app deals with the evaluation of cervical spine injuries to help you make the appropriate decisions when treating a number of common conditions.
Learning to interpret a chest radiograph requires a systematic approach. This app is intended to be a tutorial for learning to interpret chest x-ray films and recognizing the various pathologies.
This app offers a comprehensive and user friendly guide to the detection of spinal metastases.
This app will help you to follow a systematic approach towards the reading and interpretation of abdominal CT scans.
This app rounds out a valuable suite of common topics related to blood transfusion, blood product administration, blood sampling and transfusion reaction as well as a case study.
The learning process has never been made as easy as it has now with our six study modules embedded in this app. This app covers topics of medication safety policy in HA, patient misidentification, electronic prescribing issues, approval use or do not use abbreviations, verbal order and drug allergy.
This app covers a broad range of topic areas such as resuscitation, fluid therapy, legal issues and electrolyte disorder, classified under Central Orientation.
This app provides quick access to procedural sedation and best practices for sedation and proper assessment.