A BRITISH man left brain-damaged and paralysed after a vicious attack has been able to communicate for the first time in 20 years using an iPad.
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LIKE all GPs Dr Jane Ramsey has more useful things to do with her time than spend it thumbing through the MBS searching for appropriate items to bill.
WHEN Brisbane practice manager Gordon Cooper saw a hole in the way his practice took patient bookings, he didn’t get mad – he got smart.
NSW GP Dr Hamish Steiner was an early adopter of the iPad and its associated apps as part of his day-to-day practice. He believes you don’t need a degree in computer science to start getting the most out of available technology – just the willingness to try new things.
AN INCREASING number of GPs are using medical apps on iPad tablets, but with more than half a million apps for sale in Apple’s App Store, it can be tough to find the best.
NSW GP Dr Hamish Steiner admits to being something of a gadget guy but says doctors don’t need a degree in computer science to start getting the most out of available technology.
IN OUR efforts to keep you up to date and connected with your community, we are very excited to launch a free weekly iPad version of Medical Observer.
CARTER'S Encyclopaedia of Health and Medicine is set for release, but interested GPs should not go looking for it on bookshelves. Written by Brisbane GP Dr Warwick Carter, the encyclopaedia is the first Australian medical application for the latest technology sensation – the Apple iPad. With more than 12,000 entries covering everything from anatomy to first aid, the resource, unsurprisingly, took seven years to complete. The encyclopaedia was initially marketed as a CD-Rom, but as an iPad application it is able to move well beyond the limits of a typical book, with interactive diagrams and cross-referencing. ...