PEPID

AcronymDefinition
PEPIDPortable Emergency Physician Information Database
PEPIDPalmtop Emergency Physician Information Database
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PEPID utilizes cutting-edge technology to deliver clinical decision-support resources specific for healthcare professionals including pharmacists, doctors, nurses, EMTs and students.
PEPID ONS is an electronic, point-of-care reference tool, designed in conjunction with ONS, to enable oncology nurses to quickly access critical reference information.
The same menuing system previously used by physicians and nurses to check messages, schedule appointments and read email can now be used to instantly navigate critical medical, clinical and pharmacological information in PEPID.
When participants were asked which resource they last selected to use, the 10 most frequently mentioned resources were: UpToDate (20.9%), Medscape/eMedicine (12.8%), PubMed (9.9%), Lexicomp (9.8%), Epocrates (8.7%), Google (8.5%), a medical calculator such as MedCalc or QxMD (7.7%), journals or journal articles (7.7%), DynaMed (5.8%), and PEPID (4.6%).
Now, EMR, eMAR and EHR systems can rely on PEPID to deliver one of the healthcare industry's most trusted sources of drug information,” says John Wagner, PEPID president.
PEPID recently conducted a beta program for the application, and had an overwhelming response as the application was widely praised and accepted by testers.
* Secondary goals are to provide a vehicle for continuous professional development in learning critical appraisal, literature review, and writing skills; a clinically useful publication opportunity for members of the Family Physicians Inquiries Network; and systematic updating of the Portable Electronic Physicians Information Database (PEPID) for Primary Care Practice (PCP), the handheld and Web-based electronic knowledge resource edited by FPIN consortium members (www.pepidonline.com).
The U of A Libraries have an institutional license to PEPID, a medical reference and drug database, for Palm and PocketPC operating systems.
While there are many literature surveillance systems available to our readers, PURLs alone asks the question, "Should we change practice on the basis of this article?" To answer this question, not only do our experts and peer reviewers critically appraise the article, but they look at what current practice is (as assessed by resources such as UpToDate, PEPID, Dynamed, relevant practice guidelines, and recommendations from other authoritative sources).
PEPID is renowned worldwide for its robust medical software, which earned the 2007 RIM Wireless Leadership award for delivering vital decision-support information and tools to healtbcare professionals.
BIS reports some of the most downloaded medical apps in a clinical setting are Epocrates, PEPID, UptoDate, Medscape, and Doximity.
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