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. Nievas Soriano B, García Duarte S, Fernández Alonso A, Bonillo Perales A, Parrón Carreño T. Validation of a Questionnaire Developed to Evaluate a Pediatric eHealth Website for Parents. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(8):2671 View
  2. Bhawra J, Skinner K. Examination of tools associated with the evaluation of knowledge uptake and utilization: A scoping review. Evaluation and Program Planning 2020;83:101875 View
  3. Uribe-Toril J, Ruiz-Real J, Nievas-Soriano B. A Study of eHealth from the Perspective of Social Sciences. Healthcare 2021;9(2):108 View
  4. Treadgold B, Teasdale E, Muller I, Roberts A, Coulson N, Santer M. Parents and carers’ experiences of seeking health information and support online for long-term physical childhood conditions: a systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative research. BMJ Open 2020;10(12):e042139 View
  5. Ward M, Abraham M, Craft-Hacherl C, Nicheporuck A, Ward B, Pashkhover B, Gendreau J, Mammis A. Neuromodulation, Deep Brain Stimulation, and Spinal Cord Stimulation on YouTube: A Content-Quality Analysis of Search Terms. World Neurosurgery 2021 View