Internet resource launches iPhone application for urology trainees

Article

UrologyMatch.com, an Internet resource and online community designed to assist medical students, educators, and professionals in all aspects of studying and practicing urology, has launched an application to give users quick and easy access to the most commonly utilized areas of UrologyMatch.com.

UrologyMatch.com, an Internet resource and online community designed to assist medical students, educators, and professionals in all aspects of studying and practicing urology, has launched an application to give users quick and easy access to the most commonly utilized areas of UrologyMatch.com.

The free download enables users to take advantage of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch interface.

Highlights of the application include:

  • complete access to the UrologyMatch discussion board with easy-to-use functionality for adding comments
  • comprehensive video library of urologic procedures, with the ability to comment on individual videos
  • regularly updated urologic journal highlights, with access to the abstract and links to full text.

"UrologyMatch users now have the ability to engage the urologic community anywhere, anytime," said UrologyMatch co-founder Alexander Kutikov, MD. "The UrologyMatch app optimizes the heavily used discussion board, videos, and urology news feeds for mobile use. It is fully integrated with the main site, so comments on the discussion board and videos are also visible via the web site."

Related Videos
Lab with MRI machine | Image Credit: © phonlamaiphoto - stock.adobe.com
Abstract blur luxury hospital corridor | Image Credit: @ zephyr_p - @ zephyr_p - stock.adobe.com
Anne M. Suskind, MD, MS, FACS, FPMRS, answers a question during a Zoom video interview
Doctor consulting patient | Image Credit: © Liudmila Dutko - stock.adobe.com
Blur image of hospital corridor | Image Credit: © zephyr_p - stock.adobe.com
Peter N. Tsambarlis, MD, answers a question during a Zoom video interview
Illustration of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia | Image Credit: © Judith - stock.adobe.com
Related Content
© 2024 MJH Life Sciences

All rights reserved.