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Our popular App Swap event is returning, giving students and staff the chance to come together to talk about apps that they like and  use.

We’re delighted to have Dr Hamed Khan coming along to talk to us about Consult, a doctor’s reference app that he worked on with Univadis.

Here are some comments from our previous App Swap event in December where attendees came along to talk about ECG Genius, MedShr, OSCEasy and more:

“Very informative and thought provoking session”

“Engaging, learned a lot.”

“Thank you for a fantastic event. Thoroughly enjoyed it!”

When and where will it take place?

Time: Wednesday 10 February 10-11am

Location:  John Parker Lecture Theatre, Atkinson Morley Wing

Who can join in?

All staff and students at St George’s and St George’s Trust staff  who want to share or learn about apps.

Anatomy 4D on an iPad

Anatomy 4D on iPad

What kind of apps will be shared?

This depends on what attendees bring on the day. Previous apps that have been shared include: AIM, Anatomy 4D, RevisePsych, MedEdEthics, Forest: Stay Focused, The Genetics Counselling App, ManchEWS.  Read our App Swap round up blog posts for more details.

Do I need to prepare a presentation?

No, the App Swap event is quite informal; just bring your own device along to show us the app you like.

How do I sign up?

Send an e-mail to kpang@sgul.ac.uk with the subject heading App Swap event. If you already have an app in mind, please mention the app.  Places are limited to 15, so please book ahead.

Will there be refreshments?

Tea, coffee and water will be provided.

I can’t make the date but I’m interested in finding out about apps

We will be live-Tweeting the event from our @sgullibrary account using the hashtags #sgul #appswap and we’ll also archive the tweets in a Storify afterwards.

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