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Dear Medlibbers:

I am forwarding this on behalf of a colleague who is not a subscriber.
If any of you kind folks have suggestions for her, could you please
forward them to the following e-mail address?

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Thank you kindly,

Karen

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Karen M. Neves  MA, MLIS
W.K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada  B3H 4H7
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-------- Original Message --------

Ann Barrett wrote:

> We are in the process of determining a set of recommended resources for
> Palm units (PDAs) for medical students (textbooks, drug reference,
> etc.).
>
> A growing number of med students have these hand held devices (Palms /
> Visors / Sony Clie / TRG etc)  and are looking for advice on the best
> resources to download and/or purchase.  We know Harrisons Handbook is
> well recommended...we are comparing ePocrates(free) and LexiDrug(fee)
> for drug reference.
>
> Are any other schools/hospitals being asked this question?  Have you a
> list of recommended palm programs??  Or some personal recommendations?
>
> Thanks
>
> Ann Barrett
> W.K.Kellogg Health Sciences Library
> Dalhousie University
> Halifax, NS
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