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Published on 08.05.13 in Vol 15, No 5 (2013): May

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Works citing "Expectations of iPad Use in an Internal Medicine Residency Program: Is It Worth the “Hype”?"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2524):

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  1. Stec M, Bauer M, Hopgood D, Beery T. Adaptation to a Curriculum Delivered via iPad: The Challenge of Being Early Adopters. Technology, Knowledge and Learning 2017;
  2. Marraffino MD, Johnson CI. Applying Multimedia Learning Principles to Design Effective Mobile Training. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 2016;60(1):1205
  3. Niehaus W, Boimbo S, Akuthota V. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Resident Use of iPad Mini Mobile Devices. PM&R 2015;7(5):512
  4. Capdarest-Arest N, Campion MJ, Henner T, Kendrick E. Learning at Hand? Findings from the AAMC Survey on Tablet Device Adoption. Medical Science Educator 2015;25(2):133
  5. Archibald D, Macdonald CJ, Plante J, Hogue RJ, Fiallos J. Residents’ and preceptors’ perceptions of the use of the iPad for clinical teaching in a family medicine residency program. BMC Medical Education 2014;14(1)
  6. Maruyama K, Kin T, Saito T, Suematsu S, Gomyo M, Noguchi A, Nagane M, Shiokawa Y. Neurosurgical simulation by interactive computer graphics on iPad. International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery 2014;9(6):1073
  7. Ruparel RK, Brahmbhatt RD, Dove JC, Hutchinson RC, Stauffer JA, Bowers SP, Richie E, Lannen AM, Thiel DD. “iTrainers” – Novel and Inexpensive Alternatives to Traditional Laparoscopic Box Trainers. Urology 2014;83(1):116
  8. Khatoon B, Hill KB, Walmsley AD. Dental students' uptake of mobile technologies. British Dental Journal 2014;216(12):669