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The following apps are useful resources provided by, or recommended by the library. Search for them on the App Store or Google Play to download to your device. Some apps will require you to create a personal account or use your OpenAthens account to log in.


Sciwheel, the free reference manager, has an app which you can use to review your references on the go. You an also download PDFs to make notes to share with your project team.


UpToDate is a point-of-care tool providing you with synthesised evidence summaries on thousands of topics.


DynaMed is a point-of-care tool providing you with the very latest evidence in easy-to-read summaries including UK guidelines

BMJ Best Practice

BMJ Best Practice is an evidence-based point-of-care tool with a UK focus, providing easy-to-navigate evidence summaries, procedure videos and patient information all in one convenient place


BrowZine is the best way to read journals online. Download the app on your device for easy access to the latest articles, create a shelf of your favourite journals and download PDFs


ClinicalKey provides evidence-based, peer reviewed information, pulling the most clinically relevant results from more than 1,000 reference books, 600 journals, 2,900 drug monographs, 17,000+ videos and more

Visible Body

Visible Body is an interactive human anatomy atlas offering thousands of models to help understand and communicate how the human body looks and works, including textbook-level definitions


The most up-to-date reference to the British National Formulary and the British National Formulary for Children. Access content online and offline. Update notifications are available when content is updated.


Developed by Barts Health's own Professor Jo Martin, this app helps you get credit for learning, and plan your learning to suit current role and future career plans. Use eCPD as a portal to support your knowledge of specialist and broader areas, and have fun with the bite size thoughtful practice modules.