A Note From The Future: UCLA Equips 3rd-Year Med Students With PDAs

UCLA School of Medicine has decided to make material from its website accessible to third-year medical students via personal digital assistants (PDAs). In addition, the IT team has provided custom applications to medical students such as handbooks for clinical clerkship rotations, Office of Student Affairs information, and emergency guidelines. Additional applications being rolled out this month include a patient log application and a course and rotation evaluation survey application.

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