Published on in Vol 6, No 4 (2004):

Knowledge and Utilization of Information Technology Among Health Care Professionals and Students in Ile-Ife, Nigeria: A Case Study of a University Teaching Hospital

Knowledge and Utilization of Information Technology Among Health Care Professionals and Students in Ile-Ife, Nigeria: A Case Study of a University Teaching Hospital

Knowledge and Utilization of Information Technology Among Health Care Professionals and Students in Ile-Ife, Nigeria: A Case Study of a University Teaching Hospital

Journals

  1. Glinkowski W, Pawłowska K, Kozłowska L. Telehealth and Telenursing Perception and Knowledge Among University Students of Nursing in Poland. Telemedicine and e-Health 2013;19(7):523 View
  2. Sinha R, Saha D, Shetty S. Perceptions of health information system. British Journal of Healthcare Management 2012;18(10):534 View
  3. Ajuwon G, Rhine L. The level of Internet access and ICT training for health information professionals in sub-Saharan Africa. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2008;25(3):175 View
  4. Adeleke I, Lawal A, Adio R, Adebisi A. Information Technology Skills and Training Needs of Health Information Management Professionals in Nigeria: A Nationwide Study. Health Information Management Journal 2015;44(1):30 View
  5. Ajayi N. Utilization of Electronic Databases for Diagnostic Information Among Medical Laboratory Scientists. Journal of Hospital Librarianship 2007;7(1):43 View
  6. Olorunfemi O, Osunde N, Olorunfemi O, Adams S. Assessing nurses' attitudes toward the use of modern technology to care for patients at Selected Public And Private Hospitals, Benin-City, Nigeria, 2020. International Archives of Health Sciences 2020;7(3):143 View
  7. Omotayo B. A survey of Internet access and usage among undergraduates in an African university. International Information & Library Review 2006;38(4):215 View
  8. Clevenbergh P, Borght V, van Cranenburgh K, Janssens V, Kitenge Lubangi C, Gahimbaza L, Lange J, Rinke de Wit T, Rijckborst H. Database-Supported Teleconferencing: An Additional Clinical Mentoring Tool to Assist a Multinational Company HIV/AIDS Treatment Program in Africa. HIV Clinical Trials 2006;7(5):255 View
  9. Adebimpe Ajiboye B, Jumoke Adekoya A, Kehinde Alawiye M, Janet Oyedipe W. Knowledge and utilization of health information and communication technologies (HICTs) by health workers of the North-Eastern health zone of Ogun State, Nigeria. Informatics for Health and Social Care 2014;39(2):104 View
  10. Alwan K, Awoke T, Tilahun B. Knowledge and Utilization of Computers Among Health Professionals in a Developing Country: A Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR Human Factors 2015;2(1):e4 View
  11. Odole A, Afolabi K, Ushie B, Odunaiya N. Views of physiotherapists from a low resource setting about physiotherapy at a distance: a qualitative study. European Journal of Physiotherapy 2020;22(1):14 View
  12. Omotayo B. A survey of Internet access and usage among undergraduates in an African university. The International Information & Library Review 2006;38(4):215 View
  13. Gituma A, Masika M, Muchangi E, Nyagah L, Otieno V, Irimu G, Wasunna A, Ndiritu M, English M. Access, sources and value of new medical information: views of final year medical students at the University of Nairobi. Tropical Medicine & International Health 2009;14(1):118 View
  14. Fadeyi A, Desalu O, Ameen A, Adeboye M. The reported preparedness and disposition by students in a Nigerian university towards the use of information technology for medical education. Annals of African Medicine 2010;9(3):129 View
  15. Wilkinson A, While A, Roberts J. Measurement of information and communication technology experience and attitudes to e-learning of students in the healthcare professions: integrative review. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2009;65(4):755 View
  16. Hallit S, Tawil S, Sacre H, Rahme C, Hajj A, Salameh P. Lebanese pharmacists’ confidence and self-perceptions of computer literacy: scale validation and correlates. Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2020;13(1) View
  17. Foruzandeh N, Delaram M, Deris F, Foruzandeh M, Darakhshandeh S. Information Literacy and Use of Information Technology by Students in Shahrekord University of Medical Sciences. Interdisciplinary Journal of Virtual Learning in Medical Sciences 2017;7(1) View
  18. Ayanbode O, Nwagwu W. Collaborative technologies and knowledge management in psychiatric hospitals in South West Nigeria. Information Development 2021;37(1):136 View
  19. Shiferaw K, Tilahun B, Endehabtu B. Healthcare providers’ digital competency: a cross-sectional survey in a low-income country setting. BMC Health Services Research 2020;20(1) View
  20. C.E M, T.A. B, C.T. S, B. A, Fatoye C, Maikudi L, Fatoye F. Awareness, Attitude and Expectations of Physiotherapy Students on Telerehabilitation. Medical Science Educator 2021;31(2):627 View
  21. Alolayyan M, Alyahya M, Alalawin A, Shoukat A, Nusairat F. Health information technology and hospital performance the role of health information quality in teaching hospitals. Heliyon 2020;6(10):e05040 View
  22. Tulu G, Demie T, Tessema T. Barriers and Associated Factors to the Use of Routine Health Information for Decision-Making Among Managers Working at Public Hospitals in North Shewa Zone of Oromia Regional State, Ethiopia: A Mixed-Method Study. Journal of Healthcare Leadership 2021;Volume 13:157 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Otunla A, Amuda C. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition. View
  2. Koivu A, Mavengere N, Ruohonen M, Hederman L, Grimson J. Stakeholders and Information Technology in Education. View
  3. von Lubitz D. Grid Technologies for E-Health. View
  4. Otunla A, Amuda C. Advanced Methodologies and Technologies in Library Science, Information Management, and Scholarly Inquiry. View
  5. Adeleke I, Abdul Q. Incorporating the Internet of Things in Healthcare Applications and Wearable Devices. View