Published on in Vol 7, No 11 (2019): November

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/15195, first published .
Use of Health Apps by Nurses for Professional Purposes: Web-Based Survey Study

Use of Health Apps by Nurses for Professional Purposes: Web-Based Survey Study

Use of Health Apps by Nurses for Professional Purposes: Web-Based Survey Study

Journals

  1. Leigh S, Ashall-Payne L, Andrews T. Barriers and Facilitators to the Adoption of Mobile Health Among Health Care Professionals From the United Kingdom: Discrete Choice Experiment. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(7):e17704 View
  2. de Jong A, Donelle L, Kerr M. Nurses’ Use of Personal Smartphone Technology in the Workplace: Scoping Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(11):e18774 View
  3. Maassen O, Fritsch S, Gantner J, Deffge S, Kunze J, Marx G, Bickenbach J. Future Mobile Device Usage, Requirements, and Expectations of Physicians in German University Hospitals: Web-Based Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(12):e23955 View
  4. Shehata A. Health Information behaviour during COVID-19 outbreak among Egyptian library and information science undergraduate students. Information Development 2021;37(3):417 View
  5. Pan M, Gao W. Determinants of the behavioral intention to use a mobile nursing application by nurses in China. BMC Health Services Research 2021;21(1) View
  6. Tajouri L, Campos M, Olsen M, Lohning A, Jones P, Moloney S, Grimwood K, Ugail H, Mahboub B, Alawar H, McKirdy S, Alghafri R. The role of mobile phones as a possible pathway for pathogen movement, a cross-sectional microbial analysis. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease 2021;43:102095 View
  7. Moses J, Adibi S, Shariful Islam S, Wickramasinghe N, Nguyen L. Application of Smartphone Technologies in Disease Monitoring: A Systematic Review. Healthcare 2021;9(7):889 View
  8. Siebert J, Gosetto L, Sauvage M, Bloudeau L, Suppan L, Rodieux F, Haddad K, Hugon F, Gervaix A, Lovis C, Combescure C, Manzano S, Ehrler F. Usability Testing and Technology Acceptance of an mHealth App at the Point of Care During Simulated Pediatric In- and Out-of-Hospital Cardiopulmonary Resuscitations: Study Nested Within 2 Multicenter Randomized Controlled Trials. JMIR Human Factors 2022;9(1):e35399 View
  9. Chu A, Keschner Y, Lai L, Baugh J, Baugh C, Biddinger P, Raja A, Isselbacher E, Conley J. Mobile app helps trainees manage emergencies at the bedside. AEM Education and Training 2021;5(4) View
  10. Chowdhury S, Stevens S, Wu C, Woodward C, Andrews T, Ashall-Payne L, Leigh S. An age-old problem or an old-age problem? A UK survey of attitudes, historical use and recommendations by healthcare professionals to use healthcare apps. BMC Geriatrics 2023;23(1) View
  11. Pit S, Ramsden R, Tan A, Payne K, Barr J, Eames B, Edwards M, Colbran R. Persuasive Design Techniques and App Design Recommendations to Improve Health Workforce Capability in Rural Health Professionals: What Do Users Want and How Does an App Help?. JMIR Human Factors 2022;9(2):e35094 View
  12. Kho B, Wong S, Chiu J, Liew E. Preference and usage pattern of mobile medical apps for drug information purposes among hospital pharmacists in Sarawak, Malaysia. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2022;22(1) View
  13. Mbiine R, Nakanwagi C, Lekuya H, Aine J, Hakim K, Nabunya L, Tomusange H. An Early Warning Mobile Health Screening and Risk Scoring App for Preventing In-Hospital Transmission of COVID-19 by Health Care Workers: Development and Feasibility Study. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(12):e27521 View
  14. Cestari V, Florêncio R, Garces T, Pessoa V, Moreira T. Benchmarking of mobile apps on heart failure. Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem 2022;75(1) View
  15. Chu A, Ziperstein J, Niccum B, Joice M, Isselbacher E, Conley J. STAT: Mobile app helps clinicians manage inpatient emergencies. Healthcare 2021;9(4):100590 View
  16. Cheng Y, Hsu T, Fried J, Chao P. Are we Ready to be e-Social Service Practitioners for Older Adults? Potential of Taiwanese Social Service College Students. IEEE Access 2022;10:52451 View
  17. de Chantal P, Chagnon A, Cardinal M, Faieta J, Guertin A. Evidence of User-Expert Gaps in Health App Ratings and Implications for Practice. Frontiers in Digital Health 2022;4 View
  18. Koldeweij C, Clarke J, Nijman J, Feather C, de Wildt S, Appelbaum N. CE Accreditation and Barriers to CE Marking of Pediatric Drug Calculators for Mobile Devices: Scoping Review and Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(12):e31333 View
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  20. Galetsi P, Katsaliaki K, Kumar S, Ferguson M. What affects consumer behavior in mobile health professional diagnosis applications. Decision Sciences 2023;54(3):315 View
  21. Korsah K, Abdulai E, Dzansi G, Gamor N. Perception of nurses on the use of mobile phone text messaging for the management of diabetes mellitus in rural Ghana. Nursing Open 2023;10(5):3415 View
  22. Lee M, Bin Mahmood A, Lee E, Smith H, Tudor Car L. Smartphone and Mobile App Use Among Physicians in Clinical Practice: Scoping Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2023;11:e44765 View
  23. Naranjo-Saucedo A, Escobar-Rodriguez G, Tabernero C, Cuadrado E, Parra-Calderon C, Arenas A. Mobile Health Requirements for the Occupational Health Assessment of Health Care Professionals: Delphi Study. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e40327 View
  24. Munasinghe H, Suraweera K, Weerakkody W, Kanchana U, Marikar F. Opportunities and challenges in lifelong learning and continuing professional development among nurses at a cancer hospital in Sri Lanka. Journal of Healthcare Administration 2023;2(1):61 View
  25. Krafft J, Barisch-Fritz B, Krell-Roesch J, Trautwein S, Scharpf A, Woll A. A Tablet-Based App to Support Nursing Home Staff in Delivering an Individualized Cognitive and Physical Exercise Program for Individuals With Dementia: Mixed Methods Usability Study. JMIR Aging 2023;6:e46480 View
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  31. Shiyab W, Rolls K, Ferguson C, Halcomb E. Nurses’ Use of mHealth Apps for Chronic Conditions: Cross-Sectional Survey. JMIR Nursing 2024;7:e57668 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Buendía-García F, Ferrandis M, Mohedo J. Proceedings TEEM 2022: Tenth International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality. View