Continuum: Lifelong Learning in Neurology®
The Official CME Journal of the American Academy of Neurology
Each bimonthly issue of Continuum provides neurologists with a thorough, authoritative review of an area important to their practice. The clinical, pathophysiologic, diagnostic, treatment, and management issues of single topics in neurology are explored.
Six issues are published each year on core neurology topics such as movement disorders, stroke, headache, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, dementia, and critical care. Included are:
-Clinical applications of the latest research
-Up-to-date information about diagnosis, treatment, and management
-Ethical case discussions
-Continuing medical education activities including Self-Assessment Questions and Patient Management Problems
Continuum‘s dynamic app utilizes the best in digital technology to offer a print-like reading experience plus article sharing, links, and more.
-Easy-to-read full-text articles that can be recommended via email
-Convenient “pinch and zoom” text resizing
-Engaging images, figures, and tables
-Speedy issue-browsing capability via Quick View
-Convenient notification when a new issue is available
-Compatibility updates for iOS7
-Filters allow issue sorting by year or month/year
-Sample content with a free preview (includes TOC)
- Critical bug fixes; update mandatory
Ratings and Reviews
Needs to include note taking!!!
I love the ease of pulling up the app and reading the articles but it is maddening that the interface is so basic. I’m not reading people magazine...the ability to highlight or write notes on the side (iPencil) etc would make this much more useful to me. Essentially the same comment was written 5 years ago so I don’t have high hopes that this will be changed but the lack of note taking definitely limits this app for me.
The old version was better
This version does not give an easy way to log in to my subscription account and as a result charges 129$ to have a copy when I have already paid for a print subscription
The continuum app is like a lot of apps designed to view the contents of a magazine. Similar to say the Newsweek app in design. The content is there, but the app is extremely basic. Even the zooming gesture feels a bit clunky. Essentially the app needs more functionality. Continuum aims to be a source of continued learning, which is why it should cater to how people learn, namely being able to highlight, underline, and even write side comments. Maybe the designers should chat with the makers of GoodReader.
Overall, if you want to just read - get the app. If you like to annotate your out of luck. It's a good start.
- Wolters Kluwer Health
- 21.6 MB
- Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2015 American Academy of Neurology
- In-App Purchases
- Continuum June 2012 $129.99
- Continuum August 2012 $129.99
- Continuum - October 2015 $129.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.