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Published on 13.01.15 in Vol 3, No 1 (2015): Jan-Mar

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

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.4001):

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  1. Gutiérrez-Puertas L, Márquez-Hernández VV, 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
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  2. 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)
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  3. Flynn GAH, Polivka B, Behr JH. Smartphone Use by Nurses in Acute Care Settings. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2018;36(3):120
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  4. Aguilera-Manrique G, Márquez-Hernández VV, 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
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  5. 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
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  6. Bautista JR, Rosenthal S, Lin TT, Theng YL. Predictors and outcomes of nurses’ use of smartphones for work purposes. Computers in Human Behavior 2018;84:360
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  7. Li L, Lin TTC. Examining how dependence on smartphones at work relates to Chinese employees’ workplace social capital, job performance, and smartphone addiction. Information Development 2018;34(5):489
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  8. McNally G, Frey R, Crossan M. Nurse manager and student nurse perceptions of the use of personal smartphones or tablets and the adjunct applications, as an educational tool in clinical settings. Nurse Education in Practice 2017;23:1
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  9. Brandt J, Katsma D, Crayton D, Pingenot A. Phoning it in. Nursing Critical Care 2016;11(6):5
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  10. 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
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  11. Bautista JR, Lin TT. Sociotechnical analysis of nurses’ use of personal mobile phones at work. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2016;95:71
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  12. Brandt J, Katsma D, Crayton D, Pingenot A. Calling in at work. Nursing Management (Springhouse) 2016;47(7):20
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  13. Pınar HU, Karaca O, Doğan R, Konuk M. Smartphone use habits of anesthesia providers during anesthetized patient care: a survey from Turkey. BMC Anesthesiology 2015;16(1)
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.4001)

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  1. Wang C. eHealth: Current Evidence, Promises, Perils and Future Directions. 2018. :93
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