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Bullet UpToDate - for Apple, Android & Windows 8 devices
Use of the UpToDate app is available to UHL staff as part of our subscription. Access to the app is via an UpToDate account - please follow these instructions PDF icon to get access to this app. An internet connection is required for use of this app and regular renewing of your UpToDate account is required.

Bullet DynaMed - for Apple & Android devices
As part of our subscription to the point of care resource DynaMed, UHL staff can use their app free of charge which provides access to DynaMed topics whether you have internet connection or not. Full installation instructions are available PDF icon.

Bullet BNF (British National Formulary) & BNFC (BNF for Children) - for Apple & Android
This app, which allows access to the main formularies for NHS use, is available to all NHS staff & students. The app is free to download and no password should be required for access.

Bullet NHS Apps Library
Apps library by NHS Digital providing tools to help patients and the public manage their own health.

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