Read all of your medical journals and news in one place. Create topics important to you that get automatically updated when there are new articles. Quickly share articles with colleagues and save abstracts to read offline. Save to Dropbox or Evernote. Earn CME1 credits from the University of Indiana every time you conduct a search and answer two questions, and CME2 credits just for using the app.
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Select from thousands of journals and news sources that are of interest to you. Don't see a journal you read? Let us know and we'll add it in hours or just add any RSS feed yourself. Both medical and lay news sources are available, such as the NY Times, WSJ, Guardian, Forbes and Time.
Create custom topics, such as "sleep apnea" or "ventral hernia" and never miss an article on your topic. Conduct a search on a topic or author, and save that search as a topic. It will appear in your DocNews menu and will automatically update every time you select it.
It's the easiest way to track any topic for new articles.
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DocNews offers CME1 credit via the University of Indiana. Perform a search in DocNews, select an article, answer two questions about the search you performed and that's it. Submit and receive a CME1 certificate immediately.
You can also earn CME2 credits just for using the app. DocNews tracks how much time you spend on the app and articles read which you can use for CME2.