Published on in Vol 4, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

Enhancing Pharmacy Student Learning and Perceptions of Medical Apps

Enhancing Pharmacy Student Learning and Perceptions of Medical Apps

Enhancing Pharmacy Student Learning and Perceptions of Medical Apps

Journals

  1. Donohoe K, Matulewicz A, Alotaibi F, Ogbonna K. Medical apps used during advanced pharmacy practice experiences. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2018;10(2):195 View
  2. Salazar E, Paredes L, Obando I, Ourcillleón A. Uso de las bases de datos científicas en estudiantes de enfermería, factores influyentes. Enfermería Universitaria 2019;16(3) View
  3. Aungst T, Lahoz M, Evans P. Digital health evaluation workshop for interprofessional healthcare students. DIGITAL HEALTH 2017;3:205520761774008 View
  4. Suner A, Yilmaz Y, Pişkin B. Mobile learning in dentistry: usage habits, attitudes and perceptions of undergraduate students. PeerJ 2019;7:e7391 View
  5. Jacobs R, Caballero J, Parmar J, Kane M. The role of self-efficacy, flexibility, and gender in pharmacy students' health information technology readiness. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2019;11(11):1103 View
  6. Plch L. Perception of Technology-Enhanced Learning by Medical Students: an Integrative Review. Medical Science Educator 2020;30(4):1707 View
  7. da Silva R, Magalhães D. User evaluation of the APP NAS software in intensive care unit. Research on Biomedical Engineering 2021;37(2):439 View
  8. Mantel-Teeuwisse A, Meilianti S, Khatri B, Yi W, Azzopardi L, Acosta Gómez J, Gülpınar G, Bennara K, Uzman N. Digital Health in Pharmacy Education: Preparedness and Responsiveness of Pharmacy Programmes. Education Sciences 2021;11(6):296 View
  9. Krieger W, Cotton B. Medical Professionals and Medical Apps: Why Oversight Must Come from Within. Smart Homecare Technology and TeleHealth 2021;Volume 8:1 View
  10. Zeitlin B, Sadhak N. Attitudes of an international student cohort to the Quizlet study system employed in an advanced clinical health care review course. Education and Information Technologies 2023;28(4):3833 View
  11. Dabidian A, Obarcanin E, Ali Sherazi B, Schlottau S, Schwender H, Laeer S. Impact of a Digital Tool on Pharmacy Students’ Ability to Perform Medication Reviews: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Healthcare 2023;11(13):1968 View
  12. Alowais M, Rudd G, Besa V, Nazar H, Shah T, Tolley C. Digital literacy in undergraduate pharmacy education: a scoping review. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2024;31(3):732 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Clauson K, Aungst T, Simard R, Fox B, Breeden E. Health Professionals' Education in the Age of Clinical Information Systems, Mobile Computing and Social Networks. View