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Topic Alerts and eTOC
Compatible with Apple and Android devices. Provides eTOC's to a wide range of journals and includes several social media functions, such as the ability to see what articles are trending and to share and discuss content with others.
These apps allow you to stay current in your field through features such as topic alerts and viewing the electronic Tables of Contents (eTOC) to your favorite journals.
Read by QxMD
Compatible with Apple and Android devices. This app is very similar in features and functionality to Docphin, allowing you to follow certain journals and specialties, as well as share and discuss content with others.
This app is only compatible with the iPad and provides the eTOC to specific titles available through the library subscriptions. In order to use the app, you must first sign up for a free Ovid account in one of the library's Ovid databases. For example, follow this link to PsycINFO
, then register for an account by selecting the My Account button at the top of the page.
Docphin or Read
If you would like to connect to the full text of subscription-based journals in either of these apps, you have to have a Tufts affiliation (student or clinical faculty member) and use your Universal Tufts Login Name (UTLN) in order to gain access. Click here for more information on UTLN access through Tufts University.
Any Baystate Health employee can connect to the full text of Ovid journals with this app. You first have to create a free account in an Ovid database, as explained in the app description to the left, and then download the app to your iPad.