Epocrates Plus Student Discount

Epocrates is offering a discounted subscription to Epocrates Plus (iOS) (Android), an integrated drug, disease and diagnostic reference app for mobile devices. This discount is available to U.S. students currently enrolled in a medical, nursing, osteopathic, pharmacy, or physician assistance programs. The yearly subscription for current students has been reduced to $49.99 from the . . . → Read More: Epocrates Plus Student Discount

Student Discount for Epocrates Plus

Epocrates is offering a discounted subscription to Epocrates Plus, an integrated drug, disease and diagnostic reference app for mobile devices.  This discount is available to U.S. students currently enrolled in a medical, nursing, osteopathic, pharmacy, or physician assistance programs.  The yearly subscription for current students has been reduced to $49.99 from the base price of $174.99. In order to take advantage of the offer, please follow these instructions taken . . . → Read More: Student Discount for Epocrates Plus

Epocrates Essentials Discounted for Medical Students in August 2014

Epocrates is offering medical students a 50% discount to Epocrates Essentials, an integrated drug, disease, and diagnostic reference app for mobile devices (valued at $159/year).  Students who have had Epocrates Essentials before can re-download the app for a year free starting today. Next year, returning medical students will receive a 50% discount.  Medical students are allowed . . . → Read More: Epocrates Essentials Discounted for Medical Students in August 2014

Epocrates Essentials Free to Medical Students in August 2013

Epocrates is offering medical students a free one-year license to Epocrates Essentials, an integrated drug, disease, and diagnostic reference for mobile devices (valued at $159/year).  Medical students are allowed one download per year for up to four years. The software must be downloaded each year.

Epocrates Essentials offers the same functionality as the popular . . . → Read More: Epocrates Essentials Free to Medical Students in August 2013