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Epocrates for your Anroid phone

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by Java Mama Java Mama (Member)

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Hi,

I was wondering if anyone uses Epocrates to help with drug information. I start the nursing program in August and I really like it now for pharmacology. Do you find this application useful?

 

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ParkerBC,MSN,RN works as a Assistant Professor.

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I have the program on my Android. I use it during clinical for quick reference. I love the application. I brought the license for two years for $249.00. I think it was by far the best investment. Information literally is at the tip of your fingertips.

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Little_Mouse works as a RN.

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I downloaded this for work, but I find that the Davis' drug guide more useful and I use it much more at work than Epocrates. Also, I find that Davis is faster, I think bc Epocrates needs internet connection (I didn't download the full version, just the free one). I did buy the Davis drug guide for 49.99. It was worth it.

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sandnnw has 20 years experience and works as a Emergency NP, NP Walk-In, USAF Reserve.

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I would also suggest Medscape Mobile if you like Epoc. It's free and offers the same benefits as paid version of Epoc. I use it everyday.

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sandnnw has 20 years experience and works as a Emergency NP, NP Walk-In, USAF Reserve.

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Lexi was free for 30 days. I found the lab portion useful. Otherwise, still relying on Medscape.

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