Mobile Resources

Library of the Health Sciences


This guide includes:

  • apps that provide alternate access to resources to which UND subscribes (Note: Mobile-optimized browser access also may be available for mobile devices; click on resource links on A - Z Database List;
  • apps UND students, residents, and faculty affiliated with selected North Dakota hospitals may use; or
  • free apps evaluated for quality by librarians.

As always, a librarian will be happy to provide additional assistance.

Point of Care Resources

AccessMedical - infographics for quick reference on most body systems plus medical resources such as videos, podcasts, images, and textbooks, including Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine or Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine.

Apple Store      Google Play      Instructions on using filters


DynaMed - evidence-based with levels of evidence noted and article citations available. Includes diseases from diagnosis through management and patient education.

Apple Store        Google Play     Troubleshooting

NOTE: You must first create a DynaMed account from a DESKTOP computer. You also MUST LOG IN EVERY 90 days or your app will not work. Quick tip: set a repeating calendar reminder for the 89th day.


UpToDate - this app is provided to students / volunteer faculty through affiliated hospitals.

UpToDate instructions


VisualDx plus DermExpert - diagnostic decision support tool with images includes skin tones and skin shades.

Apple Store      Google Play      Troubleshooting/Create an account


Prevention Task Force - assists primary care clinicians to identify the screening, counseling, and preventive medication services that are appropriate for their patients.

Apple Store     Google Play


National Comprehensive Cancer Network - list options for cancer treatment that are most likely to have the best results.

Apple Store      Google Play

Drugs and Online Pharmacy Info

AccessPharmacy though Access by McGraw-Hill app

Apple Store     Google Play


Apple Store      Google Play

CostPlus Drug Co.



Contact your librarian

Welcome to this library information guide. We hope you find the information helpful in answering questions you have on these concepts. If you need further clarification or advice, please contact your clinical campus librarian.

Sandi L. Bates, MLIS

SW Clinical Campus, Bismarck


Sara Westall, MLIS

NE / SE Clinical Campus, Grand Forks/Fargo


Janet Anderson, MLIS

NW Clinical Campus, Minot