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

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

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

Journals

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  9. Khan H, Malik A. Academic use of smartphones among medical students in Pakistan. Information Development 2021:026666692199351 View
  10. Sharma P, Sharma N, Sharma N, Sharma D. Unmasking the impact of m-learning on medical undergraduates. International Journal of Academic Medicine 2021;7(1):10 View