Archived Webcasts

  • The Whole World In Their Hands: iPad Experiences From Three Medical Schools

    In this MacHealthcare webcast, UC Irvine School of Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine and Weill Cornell Medical College present their lessons learned and best practices from each of their medical student 1:1 iPad programs.

  • Parkinson's Disease Management app for iPhone & iPod touch

    Dr. Karl Sillay, Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery and Director of Adult Functional and Stereotactic Neurological Surgery at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health will discuss his Parkinson's Disease management app for iPhone and iPod touch.

  • iBooks Author Projects in Education and Healthcare

    George Cook, Consulting Engineer with Apple, and Michael Parker, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, discuss how to build rich interactive iBooks content.

    In this webcast Dr. Parker shows examples from his iBooks textbook, Know Your PH: Getting to Know Your Pulmonary Hypertension, which can be downloaded here: Know Your PH

  • iPads in Medical School

    The Student Perspective

    Over a year has passed since incoming medical students at UC Irvine were each given a white coat and an iPad. In that time, students have integrated the iPad as their primary device in the lecture hall, hospital wards, and sometimes even for a bit of fun. The iPad had only been launched by Apple six months earlier, and UCI were one of the first to use it in medical education. In this presentation, the students will share how they use the iPad as a learning tool, and how it has changed the way they study medicine.

  • Apps and iPads with 3D technology

    Bringing clinical anatomy to the cutting edge

    Contemporary anatomical education requires various resources found in the clinic, dissection room and radiology department. These so vary in availability that it is difficult for students to access them all in a time-efficient manner for easy learning. So how to integrate portable, handheld packages providing a method of learning anatomy, outside the conventional academic environment?

  • Transforming Medical Education with the iPad

    Lessons Learned from the iMedEd Initiative

    Warren Wiechmann, MD MBA discusses how the iPad is helping transform the curriculum at the UC Irvine School of Medicine to make medical education more innovative and interactive.The iMedEd Initiative has provided each student in the Class of 2014 with an iPad and a full complement of electronic textbooks and core notes necessary for the first year of medical school.

  • VigiVU Situational Awareness iPhone Application

    Bringing Patients To Doctors

    VigiVUª, created for the iPhone by the VUMC Department of Anesthesiology, allows clinicians to watch over up to four patients immediately before, during and after surgery, all at once, greatly increasing what is called situational awareness. Situational awareness for anesthesiologists includes real-time video of care sites, patient health information, graphical vital sign trends, automatic notification of out-of-range vital signs and medication administration, and communication tools.