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Published on 22.05.14 in Vol 16, No 5 (2014): May

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Works citing "Medical Students and Personal Smartphones in the Clinical Environment: The Impact on Confidentiality of Personal Health Information and Professionalism"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.3138):

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  1. Loredo e Silva MP, de Souza Matos BD, da Silva Ezequiel O, Lucchetti ALG, Lucchetti G. The Use of Smartphones in Different Phases of Medical School and its Relationship to Internet Addiction and Learning Approaches. Journal of Medical Systems 2018;42(6)
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  6. McCrillis A, Piazza A, Larson C. Seeing the Big Picture Through Smaller Screens: Characterizing the Library Users’ Experience on Mobile Devices. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 2017;14(3-4):114
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  8. Motulsky A, Wong J, Cordeau J, Pomalaza J, Barkun J, Tamblyn R. Using mobile devices for inpatient rounding and handoffs: an innovative application developed and rapidly adopted by clinicians in a pediatric hospital. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2016;:ocw107
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  10. Hennessy CM, Kirkpatrick E, Smith CF, Border S. Social media and anatomy education: Using twitter to enhance the student learning experience in anatomy. Anatomical Sciences Education 2016;9(6):505
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  11. Chien T, Lin W. Improving Inpatient Surveys: Web-Based Computer Adaptive Testing Accessed via Mobile Phone QR Codes. JMIR Medical Informatics 2016;4(1):e8
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  12. Sayedalamin Z, Alshuaibi A, Almutairi O, Baghaffar M, Jameel T, Baig M. Utilization of smart phones related medical applications among medical students at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah: A cross-sectional study. Journal of Infection and Public Health 2016;9(6):691
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  13. Matharu J, Hale B, Ammar M, Brennan P. Short message service (SMS) texting as a method of communication during on call: prevalence and experience of medical staff in a large acute NHS Trust in the UK. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 2016;54(8):863
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  14. Dimond R, Bullock A, Lovatt J, Stacey M. Mobile learning devices in the workplace: ‘as much a part of the junior doctors’ kit as a stethoscope’?. BMC Medical Education 2016;16(1)
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  15. Aungst TD, Belliveau P. Leveraging mobile smart devices to improve interprofessional communications in inpatient practice setting: A literature review. Journal of Interprofessional Care 2015;29(6):570
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  16. Prochaska MT, Bird A, Chadaga A, Arora VM. Resident Use of Text Messaging for Patient Care: Ease of Use or Breach of Privacy?. JMIR Medical Informatics 2015;3(4):e37
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  17. Egle JP, Smeenge DM, Kassem KM, Mittal VK. The Internet School of Medicine: Use of Electronic Resources by Medical Trainees and the Reliability of those Resources. Journal of Surgical Education 2015;72(2):316
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  18. Raaum SE, Arbelaez C, Vallejo CE, Patino AM, Colbert-Getz JM, Milne CK. Emergency medicine and internal medicine trainees’ smartphone use in clinical settings in the United States. Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions 2015;12:48
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  19. Miloff A, Marklund A, Carlbring P. The challenger app for social anxiety disorder: New advances in mobile psychological treatment. Internet Interventions 2015;2(4):382
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  20. Flickinger TE, O'Hagan T, Chisolm MS. Developing a Curriculum to Promote Professionalism for Medical Students Using Social Media: Pilot of a Workshop and Blog-Based Intervention. JMIR Medical Education 2015;1(2):e17
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  21. McBride D, LeVasseur SA, Li D. Nursing Performance and Mobile Phone Use: Are Nurses Aware of Their Performance Decrements?. JMIR Human Factors 2015;2(1):e6
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  22. Illiger K, Hupka M, von Jan U, Wichelhaus D, Albrecht U. Mobile Technologies: Expectancy, Usage, and Acceptance of Clinical Staff and Patients at a University Medical Center. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2014;2(4):e42
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  1. Jorm C, Roper L. Safety of Health IT. 2016. Chapter 8:99
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