Published on in Vol 3, No 1 (2015): Jan-Mar

Non-Work-Related Use of Personal Mobile Phones by Hospital Registered Nurses

Non-Work-Related Use of Personal Mobile Phones by Hospital Registered Nurses

Non-Work-Related Use of Personal Mobile Phones by Hospital Registered Nurses

Journals

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  6. Aguilera-Manrique G, Márquez-Hernández V, Alcaraz-Córdoba T, Granados-Gámez G, Gutiérrez-Puertas V, Gutiérrez-Puertas L, Vaismoradi M. The relationship between nomophobia and the distraction associated with smartphone use among nursing students in their clinical practicum. PLOS ONE 2018;13(8):e0202953 View
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  14. Bautista J, Lin T, Theng Y. Influence of Organizational Issues on Nurse Administrators’ Support to Staff Nurses’ Use of Smartphones for Work Purposes in the Philippines: Focus Group Study. JMIR Nursing 2020;3(1):e17040 View
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  22. Gutiérrez-Puertas L, Márquez-Hernández V, São-Romão-Preto L, Granados-Gámez G, Gutiérrez-Puertas V, Aguilera-Manrique G. Comparative study of nomophobia among Spanish and Portuguese nursing students. Nurse Education in Practice 2019;34:79 View
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  24. McLean K, Killian L, Quinn K. Did You Remember to Wipe? An iPad-Lending Pilot Project in Two Hospital Settings. Journal of Hospital Librarianship 2018;18(1):81 View
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  29. Gutiérrez-Puertas V, Gutiérrez-Puertas L, Aguilera-Manrique G, Rodríguez-García M, Márquez-Hernández V. Nursing Students’ Perceptions of Smartphone Use in the Clinical Care and Safety of Hospitalised Patients. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(3):1307 View
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  49. CONTE L, GIORDANO M, LUPO R, CALABRÒ A, SANTORO P, ERCOLANI M, MERCURI M, CARVELLO M, CALDARARO C, CARRIERO M, LONGOBUCCO Y, VITALE E. Internet addiction, nomophobia, anxiety, and depression levels related: observational study among a population of Italian nursing students. Minerva Psychiatry 2023;64(3) View
  50. Mehra M, Joshi P, Tiwari S, Aggrawal P, Chandelia K, Raghavan S. Prevalence and predictors of smartphone addiction and insomnia among nurses working in the outpatient department after the second wave of the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. Journal of Integrative Nursing 2023;5(4):273 View
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Books/Policy Documents

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