Published on in Vol 15, No 10 (2013): October

Evidence of Effectiveness of Health Care Professionals Using Handheld Computers: A Scoping Review of Systematic Reviews

Evidence of Effectiveness of Health Care Professionals Using Handheld Computers: A Scoping Review of Systematic Reviews

Evidence of Effectiveness of Health Care Professionals Using Handheld Computers: A Scoping Review of Systematic Reviews

Journals

  1. Greene L, Spuur K. Undergraduate use of medical radiation science mobile applications. Radiography 2018;24(4):352 View
  2. Adegbilero-Iwari I, Adegbilero-Iwari O. Use of Mobile Devices to Access Point-of-Care Information Resources by Doctors of Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 2016;13(3):114 View
  3. Gartrell K, Brennan C, Wallen G, Liu F, Smith K, Fontelo P. Clinicians’ perceptions of usefulness of the PubMed4Hh mobile device application for clinical decision making at the point of care: a pilot study. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2018;18(1) View
  4. Händel M, Cardoso I, Rasmussen K, Rohde J, Jacobsen R, Nielsen S, Christensen R, Heitmann B, Meyre D. Processed meat intake and chronic disease morbidity and mortality: An overview of systematic reviews and meta-analyses. PLOS ONE 2019;14(10):e0223883 View
  5. Bryant J, Richard C. Pharmacy students’ use and perceptions of Apple mobile devices incorporated into a basic health science laboratory. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2017;9(1):78 View
  6. Multak N. Using Mobile Apps in Physician Assistant Education. Journal of Physician Assistant Education 2017;28(3):168 View
  7. Ming L, Hameed M, Lee D, Apidi N, Lai P, Hadi M, Al-Worafi Y, Khan T. Use of Medical Mobile Applications Among Hospital Pharmacists in Malaysia. Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science 2016;50(4):419 View
  8. Sedgwick M, Awosoga O, Grigg L. A pilot study exploring the relationship between the use of mobile technologies, walking distance, and clinical decision making among rural hospital nurses. Health Informatics Journal 2019;25(4):1163 View
  9. Brevers D, Rogiers A, Defontaine A, Cheron G, Clarinval A, Foucart J, Bouchez A, Bolly V, Tsartsafloudakis L, Jottrand P, Minner P, Bechara A, Kornreich C, Verbanck P. Implementation Intention for Initiating Intuitive Eating and Active Embodiment in Obese Patients Using a Smartphone Application. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2017;8 View
  10. Martinez R, Rogers A, Numanoglu A, Rode H. The value of WhatsApp communication in paediatric burn care. Burns 2018;44(4):947 View
  11. Johnston M, King D, Arora S, Behar N, Athanasiou T, Sevdalis N, Darzi A. Smartphones let surgeons know WhatsApp: an analysis of communication in emergency surgical teams. The American Journal of Surgery 2015;209(1):45 View
  12. Braga N, Cavalcante D, Gomes A, Yoshihara E, Bianchi R, Job A. Photodegradable MEH-PPV in a natural rubber matrix: Toward a biocompatible colorimetric film for real-time light dosimetry. Journal of Luminescence 2019;210:501 View
  13. Brown-Manhertz D. Using smartphones to improve interdisciplinary collaboration. The Nurse Practitioner 2017;42(4):1 View
  14. Kelleher E, McHugh S, Harrington J, Perry I, Shiely F. Understanding engagement in a family-focused, multicomponent, childhood weight management programme delivered in the community setting. Public Health Nutrition 2019;22(8):1471 View
  15. Ferreira G, Tannure A, Cardoso L, Siqueira M, Bianchi A, Bianchi R. Colorimetric dosimeter to promote most efficient use of neonatal phototherapy. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 2017;240:1003 View
  16. Bobrovitz N, Onakpoya I, Roberts N, Heneghan C, Mahtani K. Protocol for an overview of systematic reviews of interventions to reduce unscheduled hospital admissions among adults: Table 1. BMJ Open 2015;5(8):e008269 View
  17. Elsayed T, Jamshed S, Elkalmi R. The use of medical and drug information software programs for personal digital assistants among pharmacy students in a Malaysian pharmacy school. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2015;7(4):484 View
  18. Gupta S, Johnson E, Peacock J, Jiang L, McBee M, Sneider M, Krupinski E. Radiology, Mobile Devices, and Internet of Things (IoT). Journal of Digital Imaging 2020;33(3):735 View
  19. Ellsworth M, Homan J, Cimino J, Peters S, Pickering B, Herasevich V. A Survey from a Large Academic Medical Center. Applied Clinical Informatics 2015;06(02):305 View
  20. Rooij T, Marsh S. eHealth: past and future perspectives. Personalized Medicine 2016;13(1):57 View
  21. Bird M, Callisaya M, Cannell J, Gibbons T, Smith S, Ahuja K. Accuracy, Validity, and Reliability of an Electronic Visual Analog Scale for Pain on a Touch Screen Tablet in Healthy Older Adults: A Clinical Trial. interactive Journal of Medical Research 2016;5(1):e3 View
  22. Thrush C, Clemmons K, Steelman S, Osborn T, Kimbrough M. Mobile Spaced Education in Surgical Education Settings and Specialties: A Scoping Review. Current Surgery Reports 2020;8(4) View
  23. Tahamtan I, Pajouhanfar S, Sedghi S, Azad M, Roudbari M. Factors affecting smartphone adoption for accessing information in medical settings. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2017;34(2):134 View
  24. Keyworth C, Hart J, Thoong H, Ferguson J, Tully M. A Technological Innovation to Reduce Prescribing Errors Based on Implementation Intentions: The Acceptability and Feasibility of MyPrescribe. JMIR Human Factors 2017;4(3):e17 View
  25. Kern R, Haase R, Eisele J, Thomas K, Ziemssen T. Designing an Electronic Patient Management System for Multiple Sclerosis: Building a Next Generation Multiple Sclerosis Documentation System. interactive Journal of Medical Research 2016;5(1):e2 View
  26. Miller Jr D, Weaver K, Case L, Babcock D, Lawler D, Denizard-Thompson N, Pignone M, Spangler J. Usability of a Novel Mobile Health iPad App by Vulnerable Populations. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(4):e43 View
  27. Larrosa F, Rama-Lopez J, Benitez J, Morales J, Martinez A, Alañon M, Arancibia-Tagle D, Batuecas-Caletrio A, Martinez-Lopez M, Perez-Fernandez N, Gimeno C, Ispizua A, Urrutikoetxea A, Rey-Martinez J. Development and evaluation of an audiology app for iPhone/iPad mobile devices. Acta Oto-Laryngologica 2015;135(11):1119 View
  28. Cuschieri S. WASP (Write a Scientific Paper): A review on the online medical resources available for medical training. Early Human Development 2019;128:107 View
  29. Green M, Mathew J, Gundigi Venkatesh A, Green P, Tariq R. Utilization of Smartphone Applications by Anesthesia Providers. Anesthesiology Research and Practice 2018;2018:1 View
  30. Law J, Thome P, Lindeman B, Jackson D, Lidor A. Student use and perceptions of mobile technology in clinical clerkships – Guidance for curriculum design. The American Journal of Surgery 2018;215(1):196 View
  31. Hamada N, Quintana Bárcena P, Maes K, Bugnon O, Berger J. Clinical Pharmacy Activities Documented (ClinPhADoc): Development, Reliability and Acceptability of a Documentation Tool for Community Pharmacists. Pharmacy 2019;7(4):162 View
  32. 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
  33. Tilbury N, Johnson G, Rusk Z, Byrne C, Shergill M, Churchman A, Tabner A. Handheld electronic device use in patient care: the emergency department patient perspective—a cross-sectional survey. Emergency Medicine Journal 2021;38(4):258 View
  34. Byrd A, McMahon P, Vath R, Bolton M, Roy M. Integration of Mobile Devices to Facilitate Patient Care and Teaching During Family-Centered Rounds. Hospital Pediatrics 2018;8(1):44 View
  35. Downie A, Hancock M, Abdel Shaheed C, McLachlan A, Kocaballi A, Williams C, Michaleff Z, Maher C. An Electronic Clinical Decision Support System for the Management of Low Back Pain in Community Pharmacy: Development and Mixed Methods Feasibility Study. JMIR Medical Informatics 2020;8(5):e17203 View
  36. Hsiao J, Chen R. Understanding Determinants of Health Care Professionals’ Perspectives on Mobile Health Continuance and Performance. JMIR Medical Informatics 2019;7(1):e12350 View
  37. Howick J, Webster R, Kirby N, Hood K. Rapid overview of systematic reviews of nocebo effects reported by patients taking placebos in clinical trials. Trials 2018;19(1) View
  38. Bakken S, Jia H, Chen E, Choi J, John R, Lee N, Mendonca E, Roberts W, Velez O, Currie L. The Effect of a Mobile Health Decision Support System on Diagnosis and Management of Obesity, Tobacco Use, and Depression in Adults and Children. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners 2014;10(10):774 View
  39. Gulacti U, Lok U, Hatipoglu S, Polat H. An Analysis of WhatsApp Usage for Communication Between Consulting and Emergency Physicians. Journal of Medical Systems 2016;40(6) View
  40. Russell-Rose T, Chamberlain J. Expert Search Strategies: The Information Retrieval Practices of Healthcare Information Professionals. JMIR Medical Informatics 2017;5(4):e33 View
  41. Tully M, Hassan L, Oswald M, Ainsworth J. Commercial use of health data—A public “trial” by citizens' jury. Learning Health Systems 2019;3(4) View
  42. Werner N, Stanislawski B, Marx K, Watkins D, Kobayashi M, Kales H, Gitlin L. Getting what they need when they need it. Applied Clinical Informatics 2017;26(01):191 View
  43. Akkawi M, Nik Mohamed M, Md Aris M. The impact of a multifaceted intervention to reduce potentially inappropriate prescribing among discharged older adults: a before-and-after study. Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2020;13(1) View
  44. Parker K, Bharmal R, Sharif M. The availability and characteristics of patient-focused oral hygiene apps. British Dental Journal 2019;226(8):600 View
  45. Tseng Z, Su Y, Chen L, Chang F. Development and evaluation of a tablet-based participation measure for older adults in rehabilitation settings. Disability and Rehabilitation 2020;42(23):3377 View
  46. Callahan A, Pernek I, Stiglic G, Leskovec J, Strasberg H, Shah N. Analyzing Information Seeking and Drug-Safety Alert Response by Health Care Professionals as New Methods for Surveillance. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(8):e204 View
  47. Nielsen S, Tarp S, Christensen R, Bliddal H, Klokker L, Henriksen M. The risk associated with spinal manipulation: an overview of reviews. Systematic Reviews 2017;6(1) View
  48. Tricco A, Zarin W, Ghassemi M, Nincic V, Lillie E, Page M, Shamseer L, Antony J, Rios P, Hwee J, Veroniki A, Moher D, Hartling L, Pham B, Straus S. Same family, different species: methodological conduct and quality varies according to purpose for five types of knowledge synthesis. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2018;96:133 View
  49. Fleischmann R, Duhm J, Hupperts H, Brandt S. Tablet computers with mobile electronic medical records enhance clinical routine and promote bedside time: a controlled prospective crossover study. Journal of Neurology 2015;262(3):532 View
  50. Rodrigo C, Maduranga S, Withana M, Fernando D, Rajapakse S. Knowledge seeking behaviours of pre interns and early career doctors in Sri Lanka: a cross sectional study. BMC Research Notes 2015;8(1) View
  51. Duhm J, Fleischmann R, Schmidt S, Hupperts H, Brandt S. Mobile Electronic Medical Records Promote Workflow: Physicians’ Perspective From a Survey. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(2):e70 View
  52. Saronga H, Dalaba M, Dong H, Leshabari M, Sauerborn R, Sukums F, Blank A, Kaltschmidt J, Loukanova S. Cost of installing and operating an electronic clinical decision support system for maternal health care: case of Tanzania rural primary health centres. BMC Health Services Research 2015;15(1) View
  53. Kern J, Bhansali P. Handheld Electronic Device Use by Pediatric Hospitalists on Family Centered Rounds. Journal of Medical Systems 2016;40(1) View
  54. Tilson J, Loeb K, Barbosa S, Jiang F, Lee K. Use of Tablet Computers to Promote Physical Therapy Students' Engagement in Knowledge Translation During Clinical Experiences. Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy 2016;40(2):81 View
  55. Curtis A, Moore Z, Patton D, O'Connor T, Nugent L. Does using a cellular mobile phone increase the risk of nosocomial infections in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: A systematic review. Journal of Neonatal Nursing 2018;24(5):247 View
  56. Agoritsas T, Iserman E, Hobson N, Cohen N, Cohen A, Roshanov P, Perez M, Cotoi C, Parrish R, Pullenayegum E, Wilczynski N, Iorio A, Haynes R. Increasing the quantity and quality of searching for current best evidence to answer clinical questions: protocol and intervention design of the MacPLUS FS Factorial Randomized Controlled Trials. Implementation Science 2014;9(1) View
  57. Johnson E, Emani V, Ren J. Breadth of Coverage, Ease of Use, and Quality of Mobile Point-of-Care Tool Information Summaries: An Evaluation. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(4):e117 View
  58. Becker D. What’s App? An Overview of Medical Mobile Apps. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 2018;15(3-4):165 View
  59. Lee G, Lee Y, Chong Y, Jang S, Kim M, Kim J, Kim W, Lee J. Blood Culture Testing via a Mobile App That Uses a Mobile Phone Camera: A Feasibility Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(10):e282 View
  60. Fatehi F, Armfield N, Dimitrijevic M, Gray L. Clinical applications of videoconferencing: a scoping review of the literature for the period 2002–2012. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2014;20(7):377 View
  61. Jones A, Mitchell L, O'Connor R, Rollo M, Slater K, Williams L, Ball L. Investigating the Perceptions of Primary Care Dietitians on the Potential for Information Technology in the Workplace: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(10):e265 View
  62. Robinson R. Spectrum of tablet computer use by medical students and residents at an academic medical center. PeerJ 2015;3:e1133 View
  63. Khalifa M, Magrabi F, Gallego Luxan B. Evaluating the Impact of the Grading and Assessment of Predictive Tools Framework on Clinicians and Health Care Professionals’ Decisions in Selecting Clinical Predictive Tools: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(7):e15770 View
  64. Sandholzer M, Deutsch T, Frese T, Winter A. Medical students’ attitudes and wishes towards extending an educational general practice app to be suitable for practice: A cross-sectional survey from Leipzig, Germany. European Journal of General Practice 2016;22(2):141 View
  65. Turnbull A, Sculley D, Escalona-Marfil C, Riu-Gispert L, Ruiz-Moreno J, Gironès X, Coda A. Comparison of a Mobile Health Electronic Visual Analog Scale App With a Traditional Paper Visual Analog Scale for Pain Evaluation: Cross-Sectional Observational Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(9):e18284 View
  66. Patel V, Hale T, Palakodeti S, Kvedar J, Jethwani K. Prescription Tablets in the Digital Age: A Cross-Sectional Study Exploring Patient and Physician Attitudes Toward the Use of Tablets for Clinic-Based Personalized Health Care Information Exchange. JMIR Research Protocols 2015;4(4):e116 View
  67. Ciocanel O, Power K, Eriksen A. Interventions to Treat Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation: An Overview of Systematic Reviews. Sexual Medicine 2019;7(3):251 View
  68. Martín Ruiz M, Valero Duboy M, Torcal Loriente C, Pau de la Cruz I. Evaluating a Web-Based Clinical Decision Support System for Language Disorders Screening in a Nursery School. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(5):e139 View
  69. Lee J, Lim J. The Prospect of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and Home Healthcare in Super-Aged Society. Annals of Geriatric Medicine and Research 2017;21(3):95 View
  70. Mather C, Cummings E, Gale F. Nurses as Stakeholders in the Adoption of Mobile Technology in Australian Health Care Environments: Interview Study. JMIR Nursing 2019;2(1):e14279 View
  71. Black D, Wyatt T, Held M. Feasibility of a computer application to develop social workers knowledge of integrated healthcare concepts. Social Work in Health Care 2018;57(9):737 View
  72. Ganasegeran K, Renganathan P, Rashid A, Al-Dubai S. The m-Health revolution: Exploring perceived benefits of WhatsApp use in clinical practice. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2017;97:145 View
  73. Mather C, Cummings E, Gale F. Advancing mobile learning in Australian healthcare environments: nursing profession organisation perspectives and leadership challenges. BMC Nursing 2018;17(1) View
  74. Alekberzade A, Pyatenko A, Krylov N. Problem of decision-making in surgery. Khirurgiya. Zhurnal im. N.I. Pirogova 2018;(10):87 View
  75. Al-Ghamdi S. Popularity and impact of using smart devices in medicine: experiences in Saudi Arabia. BMC Public Health 2018;18(1) View
  76. Chong H, Quinn L, Jeeves A, Cooksey R, Lodge M, Carney B, Molony D. A comparison study of methods for estimation of a burn surface area: Lund and Browder, e-burn and Mersey Burns. Burns 2020;46(2):483 View
  77. Richard C, Hastings J, Bryant J. Pharmacy Students’ Preference for Using Mobile Devices in a Clinical Setting for Practice-Related Tasks. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2015;79(2):22 View
  78. Tu M, Chang P, Lee Y. Avoiding Obsolescence in Mobile Health. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2018;36(10):501 View
  79. Zhang X, Lo P, So S, Chiu D, Leung T, Ho K, Stark A. Medical students’ attitudes and perceptions towards the effectiveness of mobile learning: A comparative information-need perspective. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 2021;53(1):116 View
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  82. Mather C, Gale F, Cummings E. Governing mobile technology use for continuing professional development in the Australian nursing profession. BMC Nursing 2017;16(1) View
  83. Bremmer D, Trienski T, Walsh T, Moffa M. Role of Technology in Antimicrobial Stewardship. Medical Clinics of North America 2018;102(5):955 View
  84. van Rooij T, Rix S, Moore J, Marsh S. A Bridging Opportunities Work-frame to develop mobile applications for clinical decision making. Future Science OA 2015;1(3) View
  85. Gifford J, Snell R. Barriers and enablers to applying for the Dietitians Association of Australia Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian credential: A qualitative analysis. Nutrition & Dietetics 2015;72(2):132 View
  86. Mickan S, Atherton H, Roberts N, Heneghan C, Tilson J. Use of handheld computers in clinical practice: a systematic review. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2014;14(1) View
  87. Kern J, Bhansali P. Use of Computer Technology During Family-Centered Rounds: A Qualitative Study of Parent Perspectives. Hospital Pediatrics 2018;8(2):96 View
  88. Tseng D, d'Hemecourt P, Baggish A, Troyanos C, Liu J, Breaud A, Dyer K. Qualitative Assessment of a Medical Protocols Mobile Application at the Boston Marathon 2016. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 2018;Publish Ahead of Print View
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Books/Policy Documents

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