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Featured post: iMoodJournal from Inexika

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Keeping a ‘mood diary’ is a common method used to help people understand how their emotions are affected by their day-to-day lives.  Psychologists and therapists use them to help monitor serious mental disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder.  They are also useful for people who want to learn more about themselves and what distinguishes their ‘good’ from their ‘bad’ days.

iMoodJournal is a mood diary phone app available for Android and iPhone.  Like a pen and paper mood diary it helps you to record your moods, but has many other extra features too.  It’s easy to use with cheery graphics and a well thought out, intuitive interface.

Throughout the day the app reminds you to record how you’re feeling.  You can make a more detailed note at the same time, or take a picture of your expression instead, or both.  Hashtags (like in Twitter) let you associate moods and experiences, and you can spot triggers of mood changes by looking at top hashtag charts.  The results are available to view over time as animated charts and graphs.

iMoodJournal can be locked so you can keep your mood diary to yourself.  If you want to share your moods with friends or professionals you can print off your moods as a pdf.  You can also share how you’ve been feeling with via facebook.

iMoodJournal is available from iTunes App Store and Google Play.

Screen shots

Select your mood state

Using hashtags

Animated mood chart

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Vita-Salute San Raffaele International MD Program

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

This is an advertisement post

Vita-Salute San Raffaele University http://bit.ly/unisr01 is part of the San Raffaele Foundation which includes Hospitals, Research Centers and the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University.

San Raffaele is well known worldwide for its excellence: it is a highly specialized center for molecular medicine, diabetes and metabolic diseases, as well as biotechnology and bio-imaging.

The Hospital channels many of its resources into cancer treatment, cardiovascular diseases and numerous acute and chronic-degenerative diseases and a very efficient Emergency Department that serves a vast area.

The International MD Program builds on the institution’s solid presence on the international scene: San Raffaele healthcare centers can be found in many countries of the world, including Brazil, India, Uganda, Poland, Chile, Israel, Mozambique and Algeria.

This degree course provides medical-scientific education at the highest level, allowing students to improve their skills and to upgrade their knowledge. It also provides clinical and laboratory research opportunities and additional education in humanities and cultural sciences: philosophy, communication skills, cognitive neurosciences and psychology, which are the building blocks of human society, regardless of social status, race, or creed.

The International MD Program is designed to train a new kind of doctor: someone who possesses the necessary human, cultural and professional abilities to actively participate in healthcare and share ideas in today’s globalized world. Unlike other Medical Programs in Italy where clinical courses are held in Italian, the International MD Program is fully in English, including classes, lectures, practicals and all clinical activities.

Students enrolled in the San Raffaele International MD Program have access to all the facilities of the Vita-Salute San Raffaele Institute and the San Raffaele Scientific Institute, including skills labs for practical training, a library with more than 20,000 books and several thousand scientific e-publications and resources, as well as to the clinical and research laboratories of the San Raffaele Scientific Institute http://bit.ly/scientificinstitute, the largest private research institute in Italy, that further expanded with the inauguration of DIBIT, a scientific facility for basic, translational and clinical research.

DIBIT is part of the largest biomedical science park in Italy, which includes the San Raffaele Hospital, Science Park Raf, created to support the foundation’s development, and the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University.

Applicants who wish to enroll in the International MD Program are required to take an Admission Test.
64 places are available for Academic Year 2011-2012:
32 for EU citizens
32 for Non-EU Citizens.

The Admission Test will take place on April 28th 2011 in the following locations:
Milan, (IT)
New York, (USA)
Kuala Lumpur, (Malaysia)

Candidates who wish to take the Admission Test can visit the following website for detailed information: http://bit.ly/mdadmissions.  
The deadline is April 20th, 2011.

Here are the guidelines on the admission process for A.Y. 2011-2012:  http://www.medicine.unisr.it/upload/file/Guidelines%20on%20the%20Admission%20Process%281%29.pdf

 For more information on the International MD Program please visit the following website http://bit.ly/mdprogram.