Published on in Vol 16, No 5 (2014): May

Medical Students and Personal Smartphones in the Clinical Environment: The Impact on Confidentiality of Personal Health Information and Professionalism

Medical Students and Personal Smartphones in the Clinical Environment: The Impact on Confidentiality of Personal Health Information and Professionalism

Medical Students and Personal Smartphones in the Clinical Environment: The Impact on Confidentiality of Personal Health Information and Professionalism

Journals

  1. McBride D, LeVasseur S, Li D. Nursing Performance and Mobile Phone Use: Are Nurses Aware of Their Performance Decrements?. JMIR Human Factors 2015;2(1):e6 View
  2. Clarke E, Burns J, Bruen C, Crehan M, Smyth E, Pawlikowska T. The ‘connectaholic’ behind the curtain: medical student use of computer devices in the clinical setting and the influence of patients. BMC Medical Education 2019;19(1) View
  3. Loredo e Silva M, de Souza Matos B, da Silva Ezequiel O, Lucchetti A, Lucchetti G. The Use of Smartphones in Different Phases of Medical School and its Relationship to Internet Addiction and Learning Approaches. Journal of Medical Systems 2018;42(6) View
  4. Wynter L, Burgess A, Kalman E, Heron J, Bleasel J. Medical students: what educational resources are they using?. BMC Medical Education 2019;19(1) View
  5. Olaoye O, Tuck C, Khor W, McMenamin R, Hudson L, Northall M, Panford-Quainoo E, Asima D, Ashiru-Oredope D. Improving Access to Antimicrobial Prescribing Guidelines in 4 African Countries: Development and Pilot Implementation of an App and Cross-Sectional Assessment of Attitudes and Behaviour Survey of Healthcare Workers and Patients. Antibiotics 2020;9(9):555 View
  6. Matharu J, Hale B, Ammar M, Brennan P. Short message service (SMS) texting as a method of communication during on call: prevalence and experience of medical staff in a large acute NHS Trust in the UK. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 2016;54(8):863 View
  7. Alameddine M, Soueidan H, Makki M, Tamim H, Hitti E. The Use of Smart Devices by Care Providers in Emergency Departments: Cross-Sectional Survey Design. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(6):e13614 View
  8. Shah N, Martin G, Archer S, Arora S, King D, Darzi A. Exploring mobile working in healthcare: Clinical perspectives on transitioning to a mobile first culture of work. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2019;125:96 View
  9. Chen J, Rosenberg L, Schulman B, Alpert J, Waldinger R. Reexamining the Call of Duty: Teaching Boundaries in Medical School. Academic Medicine 2018;93(11):1624 View
  10. Aungst T, Belliveau P. Leveraging mobile smart devices to improve interprofessional communications in inpatient practice setting: A literature review. Journal of Interprofessional Care 2015;29(6):570 View
  11. Dimond R, Bullock A, Lovatt J, Stacey M. Mobile learning devices in the workplace: ‘as much a part of the junior doctors’ kit as a stethoscope’?. BMC Medical Education 2016;16(1) View
  12. McCrillis A, Piazza A, Larson C. Seeing the Big Picture Through Smaller Screens: Characterizing the Library Users’ Experience on Mobile Devices. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 2017;14(3-4):114 View
  13. Caminiti C, Deng L, Greenberg P, Scolpino A, Chen C, Yang E, Oleske J. The Impact and Perception of Cell Phone Usage in a Teaching Hospital Setting. Journal of Patient Experience 2020;7(6):1627 View
  14. Flickinger T, O'Hagan T, Chisolm M. Developing a Curriculum to Promote Professionalism for Medical Students Using Social Media: Pilot of a Workshop and Blog-Based Intervention. JMIR Medical Education 2015;1(2):e17 View
  15. Sayedalamin Z, Alshuaibi A, Almutairi O, Baghaffar M, Jameel T, Baig M. Utilization of smart phones related medical applications among medical students at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah: A cross-sectional study. Journal of Infection and Public Health 2016;9(6):691 View
  16. Patel M, Patel N, Small D, Rosin R, Rohrbach J, Stromberg N, Hanson C, Asch D. Change In Length of Stay and Readmissions among Hospitalized Medical Patients after Inpatient Medicine Service Adoption of Mobile Secure Text Messaging. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2016;31(8):863 View
  17. Motulsky A, Wong J, Cordeau J, Pomalaza J, Barkun J, Tamblyn R. Using mobile devices for inpatient rounding and handoffs: an innovative application developed and rapidly adopted by clinicians in a pediatric hospital. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2017;24(e1):e69 View
  18. Valle J, Godby T, Paul D, Smith H, Coustasse A. Use of Smartphones for Clinical and Medical Education. The Health Care Manager 2017;36(3):293 View
  19. Maudsley G, Taylor D, Allam O, Garner J, Calinici T, Linkman K. A Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) systematic review of: What works best for health professions students using mobile (hand-held) devices for educational support on clinical placements? BEME Guide No. 52. Medical Teacher 2019;41(2):125 View
  20. Illiger K, Hupka M, von Jan U, Wichelhaus D, Albrecht U. Mobile Technologies: Expectancy, Usage, and Acceptance of Clinical Staff and Patients at a University Medical Center. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2014;2(4):e42 View
  21. Xu Y, Francis Z, Saleem K, Sambujana S, Molise K, Molise B, Pearce N, Joubert G. Usage of smart devices amongst medical practitioners in Universitas Academic Hospital. South African Family Practice 2020;62(1) View
  22. Hennessy C, Kirkpatrick E, Smith C, Border S. Social media and anatomy education: Using twitter to enhance the student learning experience in anatomy. Anatomical Sciences Education 2016;9(6):505 View
  23. Plch L. Perception of Technology-Enhanced Learning by Medical Students: an Integrative Review. Medical Science Educator 2020;30(4):1707 View
  24. Egle J, Smeenge D, Kassem K, Mittal V. The Internet School of Medicine: Use of Electronic Resources by Medical Trainees and the Reliability of those Resources. Journal of Surgical Education 2015;72(2):316 View
  25. Masuoka Y, Morikawa H, Kawai T, Nakagohri T. Use of Smartphone-Based Head-Mounted Display Devices to View a Three-Dimensional Dissection Model in a Virtual Reality Environment: Pilot Questionnaire Study. JMIR Medical Education 2019;5(1):e11921 View
  26. Raaum S, Arbelaez C, Vallejo C, Patino A, Colbert-Getz J, Milne C. Emergency medicine and internal medicine trainees’ smartphone use in clinical settings in the United States. Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions 2015;12:48 View
  27. Senya K, Ibrahim A, Lindong I, Addo-Lartey A. Use of Smartphone Applications for Clinical Decision Making in a Poor Country: an Exploratory Study of Smartphone Use Among Medical Practitioners in Ghana. Global Social Welfare 2017;4(1):1 View
  28. Chien T, Lin W. Improving Inpatient Surveys: Web-Based Computer Adaptive Testing Accessed via Mobile Phone QR Codes. JMIR Medical Informatics 2016;4(1):e8 View
  29. DeWane M, Waldman R, Waldman S. Cell phone etiquette in the clinical arena: A professionalism imperative for healthcare. Current Problems in Pediatric and Adolescent Health Care 2019;49(4):79 View
  30. Kadimo K, Kebaetse M, Ketshogileng D, Seru L, Sebina K, Kovarik C, Balotlegi K. Bring-your-own-device in medical schools and healthcare facilities: A review of the literature. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2018;119:94 View
  31. Prochaska M, Bird A, Chadaga A, Arora V. Resident Use of Text Messaging for Patient Care: Ease of Use or Breach of Privacy?. JMIR Medical Informatics 2015;3(4):e37 View
  32. Zarandona J, Cariñanos-Ayala S, Cristóbal-Domínguez E, Martín-Bezos J, Yoldi-Mitxelena A, Hoyos Cillero I. With a smartphone in one's pocket: A descriptive cross-sectional study on smartphone use, distraction and restriction policies in nursing students. Nurse Education Today 2019;82:67 View
  33. Miloff A, Marklund A, Carlbring P. The challenger app for social anxiety disorder: New advances in mobile psychological treatment. Internet Interventions 2015;2(4):382 View
  34. Shenouda J, Davies B, Haq I. The role of the smartphone in the transition from medical student to foundation trainee: a qualitative interview and focus group study. BMC Medical Education 2018;18(1) View
  35. Harris S, Bell P, Baker E. E-Scripts and Cell Phones. The Health Care Manager 2017;36(4):320 View
  36. Rokadiya S, McCaul J, Mitchell D, Brennan P. Leading article: Use of smartphones to pass on information about patients - what are the current issues?. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 2016;54(6):596 View
  37. Gipson S, Torous J, Boland R, Conrad E. Mobile Phone Use in Psychiatry Residents in the United States: Multisite Cross-Sectional Survey Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(11):e160 View
  38. Osorio-Molina C, Martos-Cabrera M, Membrive-Jiménez M, Vargas-Roman K, Suleiman-Martos N, Ortega-Campos E, Gómez-Urquiza J. Smartphone addiction, risk factors and its adverse effects in nursing students: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Nurse Education Today 2021;98:104741 View
  39. Nasr A, Abreu-Reis P, Bassani T, Collaco I, Pereira G, Faggion H, Sawczyn G, Uchida E, Tomasich F, Lopes J. Telemedicine inside the Pocket: The Impact of Smartphones on Daily Patients’ Evaluations. Panamerican Journal of Trauma, Critical Care & Emergency Surgery 2016;5(2):88 View
  40. Jacobs R, Iqbal H, Rana A, Rana Z, Kane M. Predictors of Osteopathic Medical Students’ Readiness to Use Health Information Technology. Journal of Osteopathic Medicine 2017;117(12):773 View
  41. Nair A, Afroz S, Ahmed B, Ahmed U, Foo C, Zaidan H, Corbally M. Smartphone Usage Among Doctors in the Clinical Setting in Two Culturally Distinct Countries: Cross-sectional Comparative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(5):e22599 View
  42. Hussain A, Rossi T, Rynne S. ‘I keep my brain on my iPhone’ – being and becoming an emergency physician in a technological age. Studies in Continuing Education 2023;45(2):152 View
  43. Vukušić Rukavina T, Viskić J, Machala Poplašen L, Relić D, Marelić M, Jokic D, Sedak K. Dangers and Benefits of Social Media on E-Professionalism of Health Care Professionals: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(11):e25770 View
  44. Nichols L, Guerrero D, Mannuru D, Basson M, Sahmoun A, Bande D. Integrated secure messaging to enhance medical education: a mixed methods study. BMC Medical Education 2022;22(1) View
  45. Bani Hani A, Hijazein Y, Hadadin H, Jarkas A, Al-Tamimi Z, Amarin M, Shatarat A, Abu Abeeleh M, Al-Taher R. E-Learning during COVID-19 pandemic; Turning a crisis into opportunity: A cross-sectional study at The University of Jordan. Annals of Medicine and Surgery 2021;70:102882 View
  46. Pereira J, Santos L, Caldas C. Use of information and communication technology (ICT) by medical students. Revista Brasileira de Educação Médica 2021;45(4) View
  47. Pereira J, Santos L, Caldas C. O uso de tecnologias de informação e comunicação por estudantes de medicina. Revista Brasileira de Educação Médica 2021;45(4) View
  48. Machado de Oliveira M, Lucchetti G, da Silva Ezequiel O, Lamas Granero Lucchetti A. Association of Smartphone Use and Digital Addiction with Mental Health, Quality of Life, Motivation and Learning of Medical Students: A Two-Year Follow-Up Study. Psychiatry 2023;86(3):200 View
  49. Lubwama M, Kateete D, Ayazika K, Nalwanga W, Kagambo D, Nsubuga M, Arach A, Ssetaba L, Wamala J, Rwot L, Kajumbula H. Microbiological Contamination of Mobile Phones and Mobile Phone Hygiene of Final-Year Medical Students in Uganda: A Need for Educational Intervention. Advances in Medical Education and Practice 2021;Volume 12:1247 View
  50. O'Leary K, Liebovitz D, Wu R, Ravi K, Knoten C, Sun M, Walker A, Reddy M. Hospital‐Based Clinicians' Use of Technology for Patient Care‐Related Communication: A National Survey. Journal of Hospital Medicine 2017;12(7):530 View
  51. Costa C, Teodoro M, Coco M, Verduci F, Giambò F, Italia S, Alibrandi A, Fenga C. Smartphone Use Among Resident Physicians: Prevalence and Risk Factors in Clinical Practice. SAGE Open 2023;13(3) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Jorm C, Roper L. Safety of Health IT. View
  2. Tajuddin S, Seyal A, Masdi N, Siau N. Handbook of Research on Social and Organizational Dynamics in the Digital Era. View
  3. Phillips A, Durning S, Artino A. Survey Methods for Medical and Health Professions Education. View
  4. Artino A, Cianciolo A, Driessen E, Sklar D, Durning S. Survey Methods for Medical and Health Professions Education. View
  5. Miranda J, Tolentino J. Handbook of Research on Instructional Technologies in Health Education and Allied Disciplines. View