The portable computer in psychiatry: experience with a Z88

Carl S. Littlejohns
1991 Psychiatric bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists  
Managerial and administrative personnel are increasingly to be seen using desk-top computers. With medical staff, however, it seems to be commoner to find their computers sitting at home. This is likely to be because clinicians are essentially mobile in their working, and although the career structure dictates that publications are essential, there is no time-slot during the clinical day for such activity.
doi:10.1192/pb.15.8.493 fatcat:r73us7qhhjdnllj3wv7sgenpfq