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Published on 10.12.14 in Vol 2, No 4 (2014): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Nurses’ Use of Mobile Devices to Access Information in Health Care Environments in Australia: A Survey of Undergraduate Students"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.3467):

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  1. Mather CA, Cummings EA, Gale F. Advancing mobile learning in Australian healthcare environments: nursing profession organisation perspectives and leadership challenges. BMC Nursing 2018;17(1)
  2. Mariano MCO, Maniego JCM, Manila HLMD, Mapanoo RCC, Maquiran KMA, Macindo JRB, Tejero LMS, Torres GCS. Social media use profile, social skills, and nurse-patient interaction among Registered Nurses in tertiary hospitals: A structural equation model analysis. International Journal of Nursing Studies 2018;80:76
  3. DeLeo A, Geraghty S. iMidwife: midwifery students’ use of smartphone technology as a mediated educational tool in clinical environments. Contemporary Nurse 2018;54(4-5):522
  4. . Identifying Opportunities to Integrate Digital Professionalism into Curriculum: A Comparison of Social Media Use by Health Profession Students at an Australian University in 2013 and 2016. Informatics 2017;4(2):10
  5. Cho S, Lee E. Distraction by smartphone use during clinical practice and opinions about smartphone restriction policies: A cross-sectional descriptive study of nursing students. Nurse Education Today 2016;40:128
  6. Krishnasamy C, Ong SY, Yock Y, Lim I, Rees R, Car J. Factors influencing the implementation, adoption, use, sustainability and scalability of mLearning for medical and nursing education: a systematic review protocol. Systematic Reviews 2016;5(1)
  7. Guo P, Watts K, Wharrad H. An integrative review of the impact of mobile technologies used by healthcare professionals to support education and practice. Nursing Open 2016;3(2):66