Introducing the NEJM This Week iPhone App

Posted by • June 18th, 2010

With the new NEJM This Week iPhone app, you’ll be able to access the full text of the current issue of NEJM from anywhere you carry your iPhone. Not only is the app free, but for a limited time, the subscriber-only content is, too! Reference the latest trial results between patient visits, or read this week’s Case Record while you’re waiting for your train.

NEJM This Week, a free app for iPhone and iPod Touch, includes:

  • Articles published online in the last seven days, including the current issue and Online First
  • Classic Images in Clinical Medicine
  • Weekly audio summaries
  • A selection of four full-text audio reads of Clinical Practice articles
  • A selection of four procedure videos from the Videos in Clinical Medicine series

The New England Journal of Medicine brings you the latest medical research findings, review articles, and editorial opinion on a wide variety of topics of importance to biomedical science and clinical practice- now in the palm of your hand.

To download the free app, search NEJM in the iPhone app store at iTunes.

14 Responses to “Introducing the NEJM This Week iPhone App”

  1. Palmdoc says:

    Please consider making a WebOS version as well, thanks.

  2. palmoanest says:

    Great work. Now, please bring NEJM This week for palm webos as well. Thank you.

  3. Is there any work being done on making this app for android? Either way this is a great first step. Congratulations.

  4. tom says:

    please bring NEJM to the android OS.

  5. Jaime Rocha says:

    When I first read the information NEJM was on iPhone I immediately look for it at android market, but I could not find it. Please, bring it ASAP to android OS.

  6. Alan says:

    This is a wonderful app! Kudos to NEJM and the developers! I certainly agree that an Android app would be much appreciated, also!

  7. Nishit says:

    Please bring NEJM app to Android. Congratulation!

  8. Eric says:

    I am months behind in my response to this, but I figure the more votes to bring this to Android the more serious the consideration NEJM folks will give the idea. Great first step bringing to iPhone but we should make sure clinically relavent information is available on multiple platforms.

  9. Sagar Mulay says:

    Android App…… Would be amazing….

  10. Nishant Fozdar says:

    Amazing app. Very helpful on the go. An app for Blackberry (Playbooks) would be amazing (along with the above requests for an Android version!)

  11. Tales says:

    Please, Android version

  12. K Capildeo says:

    Looking forward to the Android app.

  13. Vrishketan says:

    If you make an android app for The Journal , your audience may double or even triple.

    Writing from an android tablet

  14. Fernand says:

    Please consider an app for Android! You can’t neglect Android users!