Amara Nwosu

MBCHB MRCP PhD

MyPal podcast: Five apps that help my clinical-academic life – Episode 14

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In this episode of MyPal I talk about five apps/web applications I use that help my daily life as a clinical academic.

The apps are:

1) Evernote / Google Keep / Onenote / Todoist
evernote.com/
www.google.com/keep/
www.onenote.com/
en.todoist.com/

2) Google Drive / Dropbox / Onedrive
www.google.co.uk/drive/
www.dropbox.com/
onedrive.live.com/about/en-us/

3) Feedly / Flipboard
feedly.com/
flipboard.com/

4)Pocket
getpocket.com

5) Twitter
twitter.com/

Other apps to mention:
If this then that (now know as IF or IFTTT)
ifttt.com/

Social media and palliative medicine: a retrospective 2-year analysis of global twitter data to evaluate the use of technology to communicate about issues at the end of life. Nwosu et al, BMJ Spcare.
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25183713

Copyright Dr Amara Nwosu, KingAmi Media 2015. www.amaranwosu.com

Music by ‘Year of the Fiery Horse’ (YOTFH). Soundcloud link: @year-of-the-fiery-horse

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One thought on “MyPal podcast: Five apps that help my clinical-academic life – Episode 14

  1. Finally got around to listening to this episode and appreciate the nod to Pallimed (www.pallimed.org) and myself as someone to follow on Twitter (@ctsinclair).

    I use a lot of the same apps as you. Feedly, Twitter and Google Drive are in constant use on my computers and mobile. I have made some use of IFTTT, but feel I could explore it’s application a bit more.

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