Test out your decision making skills in a risk-free environment. Assess your clinical knowledge on the go. Learn about diseases within minutes. Designed with busy physicians in mind, Prognosis: Your Diagnosis presents an engaging series of clinical case scenarios which assess the decision making skills of the player.
Each scenario takes only a few minutes to play, and is accompanied by a comprehensive yet concise discussion of the diagnostic reasoning involved, and the key lessons applicable to day to day practice.
All case scenarios are based on real-life patients, and have been reviewed by our editorial panel of 130+ specialist physicians spanning 30 specialties.
This award winning app is a great way for practicing physicians to develop and maintain their clinical acumen in a risk-free setting.
Prognosis: Your Diagnosis is also useful practice material for medical students and other healthcare professionals facing their academic and professional licensure exams.
A new scenario is added weekly, ready to be downloaded onto our list of 150+ clinical cases.
Achievements: - #1 ranked medical app in the USA - 'Dr House for Doctors' - Discover Magazine - “One of the five best apps for doctors’ - Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCSE) - Best Health App at the World Summit Awards 2012
User testimonials: - "Worth a download. In a very short time, learned a few new things already." - "A fun way to view cases. Great for medical students and also nurses - also great for long time MDs. This is just fun !" - "As an academic physician this is a great teaching tool!"
For comments, criticisms or to share ideas on new cases, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to hear from you!
--------------------------Note on permissions:--------------------------- We use Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) to send you a notification each week, when a new case is released.
- GCM requires the following permissions: "FIND ACCOUNTS ON THE DEVICE", "FULL NETWORK ACCESS", "RECEIVE DATA FROM INTERNET", and "PREVENT PHONE FROM SLEEPING".