STAT!Ref® Mobile takes STAT!Ref healthcare e-sources on the go. With powerful, interactive functionality, it allows users to search their institution’s subscriptions anytime, anywhere. STAT!Ref is available through mobile applications that are supported by most popular devices.
STAT!Ref Mobile uses Wi-Fi and common browser connectivity, which allows users to access their institution’s subscriptions anytime, anywhere or users can choose from one of our featured Apps. To use the app, all a user needs to do is create and enable a “My Stat!Ref” account through their subscription and then download the free app and log in.
The STAT!Ref Mobile App uses the same intuitive, full-text e-resources as STAT!Ref Online that enable users to cross-search evidence-based and authoritative references in seconds.
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The STAT!Ref Android App allows you to access your institution’s STAT!Ref subscription from your Android smartphone as well as other devices with the Android OS such as the Kindle Fire by Amazon Digital Services. Download from these two sources:
iPhone & iPad App
STAT!Ref is a reputable healthcare e-resource enabling users to intuitively cross-search full-text, evidence-based and authoritative resources. With 600+ resources currently offered in over 50 healthcare disciplines, STAT!Ref provides the latest healthcare information in a customizable and convenient format. STAT!Ref is used by millions of professionals and over 90% of medical universities. This free app ensures that you will get the most from STAT!Ref database content provided courtesy of your subscription or your institution's subscription.
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AAFP Conditions A to Z
In English and Spanish
STAT!Ref® includes this patient information tool that's been written and reviewed by physicians and patient education professionals at the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP). Common conditions, treatments, and health tips are listed alphabetically or cross-searched in STAT!Ref® Online.
‘Altmetrics’, or alternative metrics, tracks and collates mentions and shares of academic research papers and other outputs (such as datasets) across traditional and social media outlets, blogs, public policy documents, post-publication peer-review forums and online reference managers. Altmetric badges appear on select STAT!Ref content.
Citations for use in research papers can be generated by using the Bibliographic Citations feature at the bottom of every STAT!Ref document. You can export citations suitable for use in either RefWorks or EndNote. They are also available in plain text.
These alerts provide e-mail delivery and access to current EBM information and research from over 130 premier clinical journals. These alerts are pre-rated for clinical relevance and newsworthiness by a panel of practicing physicians through McMaster University. Choose the disciplines within Medicine, Nursing, and Rehabilitation and receive daily EBM updates daily or weekly pushed right to your phone.
EBMcalc Complete Edition
EBMcalc is a collection of over 400 calculations, clinical criteria sets and decision trees in STAT!Ref. With every search you perform, STAT!Ref automatically presents links to relevant EBM tools within EBMcalc. Some of the tools included are clinical Criteria Sets, Decision Trees, Medical equations, Unit and Dose Converters, Calculations and Equations by Specialty.
Merck Manual Consumer Version
A patient information tool based on the world's most widely used textbook of medicine, The Merck Manual, but written in everyday language by 300 outstanding contributors. Explains disorders, who is likely to get them, their symptoms, how they're diagnosed, how they might be prevented, and how they can be treated; also provides information about prognosis.
STAT!Ref® automatically searches PubMed for matched results. Related concepts are displayed using the Metathesaurus, provided by the National Library of Medicine's Unified Medical Language System. Users with a PubMed account can register their PubMed "holding name" or "otool id" with us and link directly to PubMed full journal articles. Users without a PubMed account will still get access to PubMed citations.
Stedman's Medical Dictionary
The most reliable, must-have resource available for healthcare professionals is included in STAT!Ref. This 28th Edition contains more than 107,000 terms and has been thoroughly reviewed and updated by consultants from all the major medical and health science specialties. Highlight a word and click on the dictionary link for quick definitions without leaving your search. Stedman’s Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions can be substituted as the default dictionary for those in the Dentistry profession.
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STAT!Ref is a great tool. I use it a lot and so do the other students in my nursing course...
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I am a pharmacy student at Butler and I am finding your database particularly useful in my class on clinical assessment. Having the integrated Stedman's medical dictionary has been a great tool or working on defining new terminology, completing pre-lab activities, and preparing for lab sessions. The interface is very user-friendly for the whole site and it is one that I am sure I will be using regularly as I move through the pharmacy program.
I find Stat!Ref to be my go to online reference. I no longer need to buy textbooks or keep my office cluttered with them.