Delete All Your Apps

A good question to ask yourself when evaluating your apps is “why does this app exist?” If it exists because it costs money to buy, or because it’s the free app extension of a service that costs money, then it is more likely to be able to sustain itself without harvesting and selling your data. […]

Proposal abstract: The use of medical and health-related smartphone apps by South African physiotherapists (a survey)

Abstract for a proposal I submitted earlier this week. This proposal is part of a larger project where we are developing an evaluation tool for decision-making around app use for physiotherapists in clinical practice, determining reliability of a range of pedometer apps on different hardware platforms, and evaluating the information provided by the top exercise-prescription […]

New article published to Clinical Teacher mobile app

I’ve just published a new article on Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCEs) to my Clinical Teacher mobile app. An early draft of the article is available here. Here are some screenshots from the app. You can download the app for iOS or for Android.

Writing for The Clinical Teacher mobile app

I’ve been spending less time on The Clinical Teacher mobile app over the past month or so, having realised that I need to focus on finishing my PhD. Unfortunately, this means that I haven’t been able to put out another article in more than two months. The Clinical Teacher is a mobile reference app (currently […]

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-06-04

My latest SlideShare upload : Blended learning in clinical education via @slideshare # RT @clin_teacher: The Clinical Teacher app has passed 1000 downloads in 58 countries. Thanks if you’ve tried it out #

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-05-07

@RonaldArendse @vivboz I nominate Ronald for the nomination # @RonaldArendse @vivboz it was a good coffee and a good chat. Nomination not necessary, but flattered 🙂 # RT @snapplify: iMaverick App now available for Android devices – # RT @clin_teacher: The Small Group Teaching article is available for download in The Clinical Teacher. #

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-05-30

Daily Papert “We learn best and we work best if we enjoy what we are doing” # How to Shame Teenage Girls into Proper Prudeness Good point about where we most often point fingers # Problem Based Learning and microblogging # RT @physiopedia: Clinically Relevant: mobile apps for OMT therapists Also […]

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