Demonstrating productivity apps to the Penn community

In January, librarians from the Biomedical Library and staff from the Weigle Information Commons presented “Apps for Clinical Productivity” to a group of tech-curious UPHS clinicians.

Participants were each given an iPad from the Weigle Information Commons to allow them to explore a number of applications that could potentially improve productivity for the clinician.

Crowd favorites included EverNote and DropBox for note taking and data storage potential, and Dragon Dictation for capturing audio notes.

Medical applications for tablets or smartphones included FirstConsult & Dynamed (Point of Care apps), Epocrates (Drug app), and Archimedes (Medical Calculator app).

This session was sponsored by the Faculty Affairs & Professional Development Office of the Perelman School of Medicine. If your department or class would be interested in a demonstration, please contact me at:

Presented Productivity Apps

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