Published on in Vol 10, No 4 (2008): Oct-Dec

This is a member publication of eHealth Institute, Linneaus University, Kalmar Sweden

The Use of the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) Among Personnel and Students in Health Care: A Review

The Use of the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) Among Personnel and Students in Health Care: A Review

The Use of the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) Among Personnel and Students in Health Care: A Review

Journals

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  7. Bock B, Heron K, Jennings E, Morrow K, Cobb V, Magee J, Fava J, Deutsch C, Foster R. A Text Message Delivered Smoking Cessation Intervention: The Initial Trial of TXT-2-Quit: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR mhealth and uhealth 2013;1(2):e17 View
  8. Tsang D, Townsend C, Cao X, Szumacher E. RBApp: Creation and Patterns of Use of an Educational Mobile Application for Radiobiology Calculations in Radiation Therapy. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences 2015;46(2):215 View
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  32. Mosa A, Yoo I, Sheets L. A Systematic Review of Healthcare Applications for Smartphones. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2012;12(1) View
  33. Joseph B, Pandit V, Khreiss M, Aziz H, Kulvatunyou N, Tang A, Wynne J, O'Keeffe T, Friese R, Weinstein R, Rhee P. Improving Communication in Level 1 Trauma Centers: Replacing Pagers with Smartphones. Telemedicine and e-Health 2013;19(3):150 View
  34. Farrell M. Use of iPhones by Nurses in an Acute Care Setting to Improve Communication and Decision-Making Processes: Qualitative Analysis of Nurses’ Perspectives on iPhone Use. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(2):e43 View
  35. Nair P, Bhaskaran H. The emerging interface of healthcare system and mobile communication technologies. Health and Technology 2015;4(4):337 View
  36. Luanrattana R, Win K, Fulcher J, Iverson D. Mobile Technology Use in Medical Education. Journal of Medical Systems 2012;36(1):113 View
  37. Bullock A, Dimond R, Webb K, Lovatt J, Hardyman W, Stacey M. How a mobile app supports the learning and practice of newly qualified doctors in the UK: an intervention study. BMC Medical Education 2015;15(1) View
  38. Bullock A. Does technology help doctors to access, use and share knowledge?. Medical Education 2014;48(1):28 View
  39. Bottiger B, McCartney S, Akushevich I, Nicoara A, Yanamadala M, Swaminathan M. Use of mobile tablet devices and reduction in time to perioperative transesophageal echocardiography reporting: a historical cohort study. Canadian Journal of Anesthesia/Journal canadien d'anesthésie 2015;62(1):31 View
  40. Carey E, Payne K, Ahmed N, Goodson A. The Benefit of the Smartphone in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Smartphone Use Among Maxillofacial Surgery Trainees and iPhone Apps for the Maxillofacial Surgeon. Journal of Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery 2015;14(2):131 View
  41. Howard D, Coovert S, Coovert M, Nelson R. Tablet Computing in Clinical Training of Pediatric Residents. Telemedicine and e-Health 2015;21(7):588 View
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  43. Galt K, Fuji K, Drincic A, Bramble J, Siracuse M, Paschal K, Abbott A. PDA Use by Physicians: Where Do They Fit with Emerging Technologies and Use of Electronic Health Records in Office Practices?. Journal of Healthcare Engineering 2012;3(1):163 View
  44. Zalon M, Sandhaus S, Valenti D, Arzamasova U. Using PDAs to detect cognitive change in the hospitalized elderly patient. Applied Nursing Research 2010;23(3):e21 View
  45. Mercer K, Giangregorio L, Schneider E, Chilana P, Li M, Grindrod K. Acceptance of Commercially Available Wearable Activity Trackers Among Adults Aged Over 50 and With Chronic Illness: A Mixed-Methods Evaluation. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(1):e7 View
  46. Kojima S, Mitani M, Ishikawa A. Development of an E-learning Resource on Mobile Devices for Kinesiology: A Pilot Study. Journal of Physical Therapy Science 2011;23(4):667 View
  47. Elwood D, Heckman J, Bonder J, Pantel A, Blatz D, Moroz A, Ben-Roohi M. Assessing Patient Expectations and Concerns in a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Unit: A Real-Time Snapshot. PM&R 2010;2(6):521 View
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  49. Noguera J, Jiménez J, Osuna-Pérez M. Development and evaluation of a 3D mobile application for learning manual therapy in the physiotherapy laboratory. Computers & Education 2013;69:96 View
  50. Wallace R, Woodward N, Clamon T. A mixed-methods analysis of a library-based hand-held intervention with rural clinicians. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2014;31(3):215 View
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  67. Cooper C, Gelb C, Rim S, Hawkins N, Rodriguez J, Polonec L. Physicians who use social media and other internet-based communication technologies. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2012;19(6):960 View
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