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Use of handheld computers in medical education

Anna Kho, Laura E. Henderson, Daniel D. Dressler, Sunil Kripalani
2006 Journal of general internal medicine  
Satisfaction was generally high and correlated with the level of handheld computer experience. Most of the studies included described PDA use for patient tracking and documentation.  ...  Approximately 60% to 70% of medical students and residents use PDAs for educational purposes or patient care.  ...  Sharon Straus for her review of the search results, and Dr. Neil Winawer for his critical review of the manuscript. Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1525-1497.2006.00444.x pmid:16704405 pmcid:PMC1484794 fatcat:ufq5cwwrwvh7pctyuutbvh7xom

Introducing handheld computing into a residency program: preliminary results from qualitative and quantitative inquiry

B Manning, C S Gadd
2001 Proceedings. AMIA Symposium  
resources available for patient care and physician training.  ...  of handheld computing.  ...  ., and Goutham Rao, M.D. who provided invaluable consultation on handheld computing and statistical analysis.  ... 
pmid:11825224 pmcid:PMC2243603 fatcat:lkzjt52swbcmhl5r2daibmfosu

Wireless Handheld Computers in the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum

Matt Jackson, Anand C. Ganger, Patrick D. Bridge, Kenneth Ginsburg
2005 Medical Education Online  
Future physicians will need a basic aptitude with wireless handheld computers for accessing up to date reference material, for communication, and to collect and retrieve patient data. 8, 9 Jackson M, Ganger  ...  A transition from a passive to an interactive learning environment in the classroom, as well as administrative solutions for monitoring patient encounter data by students in their clinical rotations was  ...  Robert Frank, Associate Dean, Academic and Student Programs for his support and inspiration.  ... 
doi:10.3402/meo.v10i.4386 pmid:28253142 fatcat:bekx6crdfrgefbulbxon5wu5hy

Wireless Handheld Computers in the Preclinical Undergraduate Curriculum

Anand C. Ganger, Matt Jackson
2003 Medical Education Online  
Wireless handheld computers in the Med Educ Online [serial online] 2003;8:3. Available from preclinical undergraduate curriculum.  ...  This technology was used to foster a transition from a passive to an interactive learning environment in the classroom and provided a solution for the implementation of computer-based exams for a large  ...  Handheld computers have an increasing role in clinical practice for patient databases, prescription writing, and subject content.  ... 
doi:10.3402/meo.v8i.4340 pmid:28253156 fatcat:xutca3ujkbhhbhuvsviqab6pwa

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Carol Havens
2001 The Permanente Journal  
patient for skin rash and hyperlipidemia.  ...  The order for medication is then transmitted directly to the pharmacy. The physician then considers prescribing one other medication and enters its name into the handheld computer.  ... 
doi:10.7812/tpp/01.991 fatcat:qay62rdut5gcfiyfmjg53eu53q

Wireless, Handheld Computers May Aide Resident Workflow and Learning

Frank J Overdyk, Matthew McEvoy
2005 The journal of education in perioperative medicine : JEPM  
This system appears to be a valuable tool for resident education, although more rigorous study of its effect on resident vigilance and the safety of patient data are needed.  ...  We set out to help residents with these tasks by developing a point of care handheld computer (HC) system that gives them access to the hospital network and the Internet through a secure, wireless local  ...  The device is a 'readonly' device for patient data, as well as an educational and workflow aid.  ... 
pmid:27175431 pmcid:PMC4803382 fatcat:4m3br7bgibh27czynthjzjrvre

Using Personal Handheld Computing Devices for Personalizing Healthcare

A. Maeder, S. Meher, M. Mars, G. Hartvigsen, A. Kuthiala, S. B. Gogia
2012 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
the following four generic roles for personal handheld computing devices in personalized healthcare: educational, social networking and games, monitoring with notifications/reminders, and online/offline  ...  opportunities for progress.We considered the current status of personal handheld computing devices for personalizing healthcare, through review of examples in the literature and web sources.We have identified  ...  Generic Roles for Personal Handheld Computing Devices Traditional roles for personal handheld computing devices were derived from steps in clinical workflow where these devices offered an alternative to  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0038-1639434 fatcat:mvroai2odbcofjprufsdjouerq

Page 811 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 89, Issue 2 [page]

2002 Psychological Abstracts  
Previous computer experience and lower education level predicted greater handheld-computer preference.  ...  The implications for how people will wear and interact with computers in these forms are addressed.  ... 

A New Way to Integrate Clinically Relevant Technology into Small-Group Teaching

Hugh Silk, Thomas Agresta, Catherine M. Weber
2006 Academic Medicine  
As information becomes more readily available via the Internet and handheld computers, strategies to use these tools as part of the educational process become more important.  ...  This model's cornerstone is direct empowerment of learners during small-group sessions to perform observed searches for the best medical evidence on the Internet and with handheld computer resources.  ...  Spencer Joslin for their teaching contributions and ideas, and Kelly Hookstadt, Cory Lebson, and the late Diane Martin for their support in the classroom and in the development of our innovative teaching  ... 
doi:10.1097/00001888-200603000-00006 pmid:16501264 fatcat:wzbl6vknjvhq3p3cfbwwehjt5y

Self-reported use of handheld computers: a survey of Nova Scotia pharmacists

Alicia McCallum, Ingrid Sketris, Glenn Rodrigues, David K. Yung, Barbara Hill-Taylor, Steve Doucette
2014 Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association  
Further work is required to understand the value of handheld computers as information resources, which may improve the effectiveness and efficiency of patient care.  ...  More than two-thirds of pharmacists who had not yet used handheld computers perceived a future value for these devices within their practice.  ...  We would like to thank Elizabeth Foy, Jennifer Isenor, and Blair Salter for their assistance.  ... 
doi:10.5596/c11-055 fatcat:ec5j7vnhb5evtk2thtxtaqdjuy

The Use and Efficacy of Handheld Computers for School-Based Data Collection: A Literature Review

Tufan Adiguzel, Kimberly J. Vannest, Ronald D. Zellner
2009 Computers in The Schools  
An evaluation of handheld computers as data collection tools in research settings requires an understanding of their use from different perspectives in existing research.  ...  One of these alternatives, handheld computers, also known as personal digital assistants (PDAs), makes the benefits of computerized data collection more accessible to field-based researchers.  ...  Many handheld computers that are available for data collection in educational settings have scalable capabilities.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07380560903095147 fatcat:zy3cgqal4vfndeebn4bemv63xm

Handheld computing in pathology

Seung Park, Mahadev Satyanarayanan, Anil Parwani, Liron Pantanowitz
2012 Journal of Pathology Informatics  
Handheld computing has had many applications in medicine, but relatively few in pathology.  ...  Most reported uses of handhelds in pathology have been limited to experimental endeavors in telemedicine or education.  ...  [79] As handheld computers are increasingly used as readers of published material, textbooks and other educational material are increasingly being placed on handhelds.  ... 
doi:10.4103/2153-3539.95127 pmid:22616027 pmcid:PMC3352621 fatcat:5yqf3hlenzhmnesqa7zdozgmea

A Platform-Independent Plugin for Navigating Online Radiology Cases

Jason D. Balkman, Omer A. Awan
2015 Journal of digital imaging  
Software methods that enable navigation of radiology cases on various digital platforms differ between handheld devices and desktop computers.  ...  This has resulted in poor compatibility of online radiology teaching files across mobile smartphones, tablets, and desktop computers.  ...  Users predominantly interact with handheld devices using touchscreens (top row) and with desktop computers using a mouse and keyboard (bottom row).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10278-015-9842-0 pmid:26530051 pmcid:PMC4879031 fatcat:cppbcycynfhhbkvkudswdma3l4

Component-based networking for simulations in medical education

Sebastian von Mammen, Timothy Davison, Hamidreza Baghi, Christian Jacob
2010 The IEEE symposium on Computers and Communications  
For the purpose of medical education, our research team is creating LINDSAY, a 3-dimensional, interactive computer model of male and female anatomy and physiology.  ...  In this paper we demonstrate how our client/server component paves new ways for organizing, generating, computing and presenting educational contents.  ...  Since then, these data sets have been inspiring a large number of virtual anatomy projects for research, patient consultation and education [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/iscc.2010.5546594 dblp:conf/iscc/MammenDBJ10 fatcat:bo65mlz52zdsznhiiqsfmnn4m4

An electronic encounter log's failure to scale

Walton Sumner, Phil Asaro, Phillip Asaro
2008 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
We attempted to expand ESELs scope from ambulatory settings to all hospital venues and to track progress toward educational goals.  ...  We have developed a series of Electronic Student Encounter Log (ESEL) programs intended to introduce medical students to promising medical informatics concepts.  ...  While we cannot change vendors' systems, many schools use handheld computers in medical education. 1 For several years we have developed Electronic Student Encounter Log (ESEL) programs that record a  ... 
pmid:18998815 pmcid:PMC2655968 fatcat:3kcovyj4d5asdgvixj3r2hyveu
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