Useful Guides, Tips and Tricks
- RPH IT Quick Reference Guide – how to access health department email, apps, clinical resources on your mobile and desktop.
The following resources can be accessed courtesy of the SMHS Library. You can access these with your HE number. ETG Complete Australian Medicines Handbook Up To Date MIMs These have been added under the ‘Technology’ Menu above
Hey All – running a pilot at RPH to use Slack (www.slack.com) as a unified communications platform for JMOs. If you would like to participate you can download the app and sign in using your global email address to create an
Figure 1 This is a great medical community resource for viewing and sharing pathology, radiology and generally interesting medical images – shared by a global community of medical professionals. Like Instagram for Doctors. Available free on iOS and Android.
Intern Cheat Sheet Cameron Yap created an app for WA interns and students containing quick information on medications and ward calls. Available on Android. Intern Cheat Sheet.
Evernote The swiss army knife of applications – lets you store notes, pdfs, pictures, photos, scan documents and drawings – all in a searchable, mobile accessible app. Available on Mac, PC, Android and iOs. Evernote Paucis Verbis Notes – clear concise
PICU Calculator Weight based dosing of key medications in the acute setting – analgesics, infusions, antimicrobials, sedation. Allows you to put in date of birth estimated or known weight. Lite version is free. iOS. Android.
Desktop Webmail – available via any web broswer at http://webmail.health.wa.gov.au Windows PC Outlook Client – setup as Microsoft Exchange Active Sync or Exchange Server Mac OSX (Mail App) System Preferences > Internet Accounts > Exchange Server Server, Username, Domain as