Journal Club: Medicine

4.6
278 reviews
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About this app

We added the word 'Medicine' to our app's name but kept its heart and soul (and content) the same. We still put internal medicine literature at your fingertips and are still continuing to deliver 3+ new reviews of classic and contemporary landmark publications every month.

Powered by Wiki Journal Club, Journal Club for Android focuses on the top articles in internal medicine and puts landmark trials at your fingertips. Written by physicians, these article summaries are distilled into bite-size morsels that clinicians can digest quickly. Think of it as CliffsNotes for medical research.

Journal Club includes many landmark clinical trials published in the past century, focusing on the practice-changing studies that internists and medical subspecialists ought to know handily. That means we're more likely to cover the 1981 NCDS study of dialysis in ESRD, and less likely to cover your favorite study of lixisenatide in patients with diabetes that's hot off the press.

Features:
-Simple, intuitive interface
-Concise bottom lines
-Relevant major points
-Links to PubMed and primary literature
-Sort trials by name, date, specialty, and disease
-Share summaries with colleagues
-Integrated search
-Favorites
Updated on
May 15, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

4.6
250 reviews
Abbas Kanso
July 12, 2024
Many major studies are not included. Suggestions to include landmark trials are ignored. This should be a paid service that gets REALLY updated in a regular basis.
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A Google user
August 1, 2019
While I think every physician and resident should have this app, this is absolutely crucial for anyone in academic medicine. Not only is it easy to navigate, but it has everything you would want to know about each trial, with a peefect summary and links to the PDF/website when available.
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