NEJM Image Challenge

NEJM Image Challenge

Designed & Published By The New England Journal of Medicine

  • App Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2010-12-06
  • Current Version: 1.5
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 7.78 MB
  • Developer: The New England Journal of Medicine
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 13 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $2.99
NEJM Image Challenge App Ratings: 3.5
3.5
Based on 13 Reviews

NEJM Image Challenge App Description

The NEJM Image Challenge App brings a popular online feature for medical professionals to the iPhone and iPod Touch. Optimized for viewing on the iPhone and iPod Touch, the NEJM Image Challenge App helps you to test and hone your diagnostic and visual skills anytime, anywhere. Please note: Minimum OS version supported is iOS 7.0. The New England Journal of Medicine is known for its compelling medical graphics and illustrations. The NEJM Image Challenge App randomly selects from over 400 challenging clinical photos published weekly in the NEJM Images in Clinical Medicine series. Choose an image and answer multiple-choice questions. Keep taking the challenge until you get it right and then move on to the next challenge! Features: •Detailed images – zoom in to take a closer look •Get immediate feedback – gain more information about the diagnosis •See how others answered and how many took the challenge •Launch or refresh the app for a new selection of random images Check out NEJM This Week, another NEJM iPhone/iTouch app for medical professionals offering free access to recent articles, and a selection of images, audio and video. ABOUT THE NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) is the most widely read, cited and influential general medical journal in the world and the longest continuously published medical periodical. NEJM is dedicated to bringing physicians the best research and key information at the intersection of biomedical science and clinical practice, and to presenting the information in an understandable and clinically useful format. A career companion, NEJM is a vital, go-to resource for keeping practicing physicians aware of developments of importance to their patients and for training medical students and residents. The New England Journal of Medicine is a publication of NEJM Group, a division of the Massachusetts Medical Society. We welcome your feedback. Please send comments to mobile@nejm.org.

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App Reviews

  • great app

    5
    By Intercidona
    great for semiology practice
  • medical student

    1
    By dcomstoc
    this app is listed as “compatible with … iPad” but this is not the case. When attempting to report a problem, the “item cannot be found” looks like a great app, and should work on either iPhone or iPad, but .. it’s not the case. Great idea poorly executed - save your money.
  • THIS VERSION DOES NOT SYNC

    1
    By Aptapathy
    Please fix!
  • Absolute waste of money

    1
    By Vikolodeon
    Bought the app but the images never load, waste of money :/ running iphone 5 on ios7
  • Helpful

    4
    By Twwt
    Good app but as a subscriber would like to see iPad version .
  • Needs iPad version

    4
    By bdelobdelo
    Great medical app that is fun and intellectually challenging however an iPad version would be great!
  • No regrets!

    4
    By SmackDabb
    Hesitated...what the heck. Glad I purchased it. I'm familiar with about 75% of the medical terms I've seen in the quiz. I, however, would really like at the minimum something written for each of the answers, not just the correct one. If I chose the incorrect answer, then tell me why it is incorrect. Not really a deal -breaker but the pics could be of better resolution. It's a brand new app—give it a chance. Btw, there is nudity in this app. I noticed the rating and found it odd that it was at 4+. I understand the medical necessity of such content, but this is a free-for-all AppStore (as long as you provide the money) and the rating system is the only thing provided to help parents restrict there children's app purchases. I'm assuming this to be APPLE'S fault and not the developers.

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