Video: OSU discusses the iPhone as medical tool

By Brian Dolan
08:17 am
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Two years ago, Ohio State University College of Medicine's Vice Dean of Education, Catherine Lucey and a fourth year medical student going into plastic surgery, Justin Harper, spearheaded the school's use of iPod Touches and iPhones as medical and learning tools on campus. In the video below, (UPDATE: which was created by CurrentMedicine.tv), Lucey and Harper discuss how the program has evolved at the school and the ways in which students apply the devices in clinical settings. As you might expect the devices are used mostly as access points for medical reference apps and sites.

Continue on for the 8 minute video that includes demos of some of the apps the students use:

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