By UBM Medica
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Medical Observer's iPad app gives you all of the quality medical news and clinical content MO offers each week, and more.
Our team of experienced journalists and doctors is committed to bringing GPs and other health professionals quality clinical information, practical resources and lifestyle content.
In addition to all the content you get in Medical Observer’s weekly publication, the iPad app includes videos demonstrating clinical procedures, and interviews covering crucial professional and clinical issues in depth. It also allows you to stay up to date with our latest news feed.
The app is intended for use by Australian GPs and other Australian health professionals. For a limited trial period the app will be openly available for all. Following the trial period users will need register FREE to verify their status as health professionals to access the app.
Install it now to get early access to MO each week.
•News – MO’s team of clinical and professional news reporters brings you unique and essential news and featured interviews.
•Features – in depth coverage of the political, social and economic issues, and clinical debates affecting GPs’ professional life.
•Opinion – regular columns from GP leaders and other high profile medical practitioners, and the best of your letters.
Compiled by specialists and overseen by our GP editors, regular clinical content includes:
Cardiology – Heart of the Matter
•A case study including an ECG for interpretation, by leading cardiologist Dr Stephen Fenton.
Sports Medicine – Sport Report
•Musculoskeletal conditions and their management by Orthopaedic Surgeons and Sports Medicine Physicians.
Pathology – Germ Gems and Testing Testing
•Diagnostic techniques for infectious diseases by microbiology specialist Associate Professor Bernie Hudson.
•Skin Things - Common dermatological conditions in case-study format by dermatologist and phlebologist Dr Adrian Lim.
•What Lies Beneath - Dermatoscopy of benign and malignant skin lesions by Dr Cliff Rosendahl.
•Skin Deep - Pictorial skin abnormalities by dermatologist and author Dr Ian McColl.
Child health – KidSpace
•Paediatric health issues by Professor Dominic A. Fitzgerald.
Examining the evidence
•Examining common clinical questions using evidence-based medicine
Nutrition – Food Factor
•Dietary advice for various health conditions by an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian Lisa Yates.
Lifestyle medicine – Lifestyle Matters
•Lifestyle factors that affect disease by Professor of Lifestyle Medicine Dr Garry Egger.
Women’s health – Talking Women
•Authored by the Jean Hailes Foundation’s team of clinicians and researchers.
•Answers to common questions around drug management, provided by the National Prescribing Service.
•Analysis of latest research impacting on general practice by Dr John Dowden, Canberra.
•New issues in the series, highlighted by Dr John Dowden.
Evidence in Question
•Dr John Dowden uses the Cochrane Library to answer a clinical question.
•The most relevant and useful apps for health professionals and consumers, by Dr Cassy Richmond.
The best travel, humour columns, movie reviews and more, by and for GPs.
What's New in Version 1.8.1
General updates and fixes.