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

Mobile Phone Use Among Medical Residents: A Cross-Sectional Multicenter Survey in Saudi Arabia

Mobile Phone Use Among Medical Residents: A Cross-Sectional Multicenter Survey in Saudi Arabia

Mobile Phone Use Among Medical Residents: A Cross-Sectional Multicenter Survey in Saudi Arabia

Journals

  1. Kuperstock J, Horný M, Platt M. Mobile app technology is associated with improved otolaryngology resident in-service performance. The Laryngoscope 2019;129(1):E15 View
  2. Martin G, Khajuria A, Arora S, King D, Ashrafian H, Darzi A. The impact of mobile technology on teamwork and communication in hospitals: a systematic review. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2019;26(4):339 View
  3. Al-Ghamdi S. Popularity and impact of using smart devices in medicine: experiences in Saudi Arabia. BMC Public Health 2018;18(1) View
  4. Chase T, Julius A, Chandan J, Powell E, Hall C, Phillips B, Burnett R, Gill D, Fernando B. Mobile learning in medicine: an evaluation of attitudes and behaviours of medical students. BMC Medical Education 2018;18(1) View
  5. Clavier T, Ramen J, Dureuil B, Veber B, Hanouz J, Dupont H, Lebuffe G, Besnier E, Compere V. Use of the Smartphone App WhatsApp as an E-Learning Method for Medical Residents: Multicenter Controlled Randomized Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(4):e12825 View
  6. Mladenovic R, Dakovic D, Pereira L, Matvijenko V, Mladenovic K. Effect of augmented reality simulation on administration of local anaesthesia in paediatric patients. European Journal of Dental Education 2020;24(3):507 View
  7. Gimeno-Vicente M, Alfaro-Rubio A, Gimeno-Carpio E. Teledermatología por WhatsApp en la Comunidad Valenciana. Características de esta teleconsulta y su repercusión en la vida del dermatólogo. Actas Dermo-Sifiliográficas 2020;111(5):364 View
  8. Araújo E, Almeida C, Vaz J, Magalhães E, Alcantara C, Lago E. Use of Social Networks for Data Collection in Scientific Productions in the Health Area: Integrative Literature Review. Aquichan 2019;19(2) View
  9. Plch L. Perception of Technology-Enhanced Learning by Medical Students: an Integrative Review. Medical Science Educator 2020;30(4):1707 View
  10. Alanezi F. Evaluating the Readiness of Mobile Technology in Saudi Arabia: An Integrative Perspective with Respect to E-health (Preprint). JMIR Formative Research 2020 View
  11. Buabbas A, Sharma P, Al-Abdulrazaq A, Shehab H. Smartphone use by government dermatology practitioners in Kuwait: a self-reported questionnaire based cross-sectional study. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2019;19(1) View
  12. Sharma N, Advani U, Sharma L, Jain M, Sharma K, Dixit A. Pattern of mobile phone usage among medical students. International Journal of Academic Medicine 2019;5(2):118 View
  13. Lima I, Galvão M, Pedrosa S, Cunha G, Costa A. Use of the Whatsapp application in health follow-up of people with HIV: a thematic analysis. Escola Anna Nery 2018;22(3) View
  14. Kim K, Lee B, Park Y, Jung E, Kim S, Suh D, Choi B. Factors encouraging mobile instant messaging service use in medical education. PeerJ 2019;7:e7275 View
  15. Gimeno-Vicente M, Alfaro-Rubio A, Gimeno-Carpio E. Teledermatology by WhatsApp in Valencia: Characteristics of Remote Consultation and Its Emotional Impact on the Dermatologist. Actas Dermo-Sifiliográficas (English Edition) 2020;111(5):364 View
  16. Alanzi T, Bah S, Alzahrani S, Alshammari S, Almunsef F. Evaluation of a mobile social networking application for improving diabetes Type 2 knowledge: an intervention study using WhatsApp. Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research 2018;7(9):891 View
  17. Guo D, Phan N, Ho K, Pawlovich J, Kitson N. Clinical Texting Among Medical Trainees of the University of British Columbia. Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery 2018;22(4):384 View
  18. Spieler B, Batte C, Mackey D, Henry C, Danrad R, Sabottke C, Pirtle C, Mussell J, Wallace E. Diagnosis in a snap: a pilot study using Snapchat in radiologic didactics. Emergency Radiology 2021;28(1):93 View
  19. Lei L, Ismail M, Mohammad J, Yusoff M. The relationship of smartphone addiction with psychological distress and neuroticism among university medical students. BMC Psychology 2020;8(1) View
  20. Gilavand A. The Impact of Using the Iranian Red Crescent Society Educational Mobile App on Improving the Students’ Awareness of First Aids. Journal of Comprehensive Pediatrics 2019;In Press(In Press) View
  21. 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
  22. Scalise V, Brindisino F, Pellicciari L, Minnucci S, Bonetti F. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A National Survey to Monitor Knowledge and Operating Methods. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(4):1995 View
  23. Raveendran S, Thomas B, Jayaseelan V. The Efficiency of WhatsApp in Teleconsultation of Finger Vascularity in Hand Surgery. Journal of Hand and Microsurgery 2020;12(03):163 View
  24. Al Owaifeer A, Al Taisan A, Alqahtani B, Alburayk K, Alsubaie M, Alenezi S. <p>Ownership and Usage of Mobile Devices Among Ophthalmology Residents and Attending Physicians: Identifying the Generation Gap</p>. Advances in Medical Education and Practice 2020;Volume 11:801 View
  25. Bassi G, Gabrielli S, Donisi V, Carbone S, Forti S, Salcuni S. Assessment of Psychological Distress in Adults With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Through Technologies: Literature Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(1):e17740 View
  26. Barayev E, Vorobichik Berar O, Dotan G, Skaat A, Gal-Or O, Gershoni A, Gaton D. Ophthalmologists and WhatsApp: Teleophthalmology is already here. European Journal of Ophthalmology 2021:112067212110026 View
  27. Stavropoulos T, Lazarou I, Diaz A, Gove D, Georges J, Manyakov N, Pich E, Hinds C, Tsolaki M, Nikolopoulos S, Kompatsiaris I. Wearable Devices for Assessing Function in Alzheimer's Disease: A European Public Involvement Activity About the Features and Preferences of Patients and Caregivers. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 2021;13 View
  28. Buabbas A, Aldousari S, Ayed A, Safar M, Alkandari O. Usefulness of smartphone use among surgeons in clinical practice during the pandemic of COVID-19: a cross-sectional study. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2021;21(1) View
  29. Alhusseini M, Sahari A, Alnujaidi R, Almutairi S, Alhodaib H, AlShammari M, Alanezi F, Alsalman D, Alfayez A, Aljabri D, Althumairi A, Alamri R, Aljaffary A, Alanzi T. Students’ perception towards using M-Health applications for education in medical colleges of Imam Abdulrahman bin Faisal University. Informatics in Medicine Unlocked 2021;25:100660 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Mladenovic R. Augmented Reality in Education. View