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iOS apps licensed by Creighton HSL
Most of these vendors have free apps in the app store that anyone can download and install. When you first try to use the app, you will be prompted to login with your individual login and password. To create a login you need to register at the vendor's websites below. If you are off-campus you will need to authenticate to Creighton's network with your NetID and password before the vendor will allow you to create an individual login.
Register for a free personal account at the website. Use those credentials to unlock the free app. Login to the personal account on the website every 30 days to stay activated.
Clinical Pharmacology powered by ClinicalKey
Register for a free personal account to get access to the iOS and Android apps. The login and password you create unlocks the free app.
App will work from Creighton University network. For remote access register for a free personal account at the website. Use those credentials to unlock the free app for 180 days. Login from Creighton University network to reset 180 day counter.
Register for a free personal account on the website. The login and password you create unlocks the free app.
Draw It to Know It Neuroanatomy Click Here to Register.
The user draws each neuroanatomical pathway and structure, and in the process, creates memorable and reproducible schematics for the various learning points in neuroanatomy.
Using your Creighton email address, create your own FREE account to the Wall Street Journal online service and then access wsj.com content by logging into your account from anywhere!
University-wide access provided by Creighton University Libraries & Heider College of Business.
NYtimes.com Apple store
requires registration at http://login.cuhsl.creighton.edu/login?url=http://www.nytimes.com/grouppass only for iPhone
The links below take you to DoIT web sites for Office and AMI (account managment interface).
Free ipad apps
Medscape on the App Store on iTunes
Drug and disease info, procedure videos, patient ed and more. If you take the time, you can save the textual drug and disease info to your devices memory so you have access when you don't have a data connection.
Communicate quickly with patients using translated medical phrases in Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Haitian Creole, Hindi, Korean, Russian, Vietnamese, and more. Show phrases with text, and play with audio.
If for privacy or security reasons you wish to create an Itunes account that is not linked to your credit card, the info below from Apple will help you set up an iTunes account not linked to a credit card. Then you can add credits from an iTunes gift card for purchasing apps.
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