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Gerstein Science Information Centre

Mobile Health Science Resources

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EBSCOhost

Access CINAHL, GreenFILE and other EBSCO databases through the EBSCOhost Mobile App.

To download:

Step 1) Click on the link above (if off campus you will be prompted for your utorID).
Step 2) Click on the EBSCOhost Web link.
Step 3) Scroll to the bottom of the page.
Step 4) Click the "iPhone and Android apps" link.

You will be prompted to enter your email and EBSCOhost will send you download instructions.

Click here for iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad app help.
Click here for Android app help.

Available for: Android iOS


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ScienceDirect

Please note that the ScienceDirect application allows you to save articles for offline viewing, but does not sync saved articles with your ScienceDirect account.
You must create a ScienceDirect account to use this app, but this is free for UofT students. This can be done at ScienceDirect.com - please use your utoronto.ca email address.

Available for: Android iOS Blackberry Windows



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This app currently allows searching Scopus' abstracts, saving articles for later use, creating search alerts, sharing articles through email and annotating articles with personal notes. Full-text is not available at this time.

You must create a Scopus account to use this app, but this is free for UofT students. This can be done at Scopus.com - please use your utoronto.ca email address.

 Available for: Android iOS Blackberry Windows


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NLM Mobile Applications

The National Library of Medicine has created mobile apps and websites covering a large range topics, including: PubMed for Handhelds, AIDSinfo Drug Database, AIDSinfo Guidelines, Embryo, Tox-App and many more. These can be found on the U.S. National Library of Medicine Mobile Applications website.

Apps available for: Android iOS Blackberry