Southeastern United States

BrdsNBz: Sexually Experienced Teens More Likely to Use Sexual Health Text Message Service.

Publication Date: 
Nov 07, 2015

Text messaging services are becoming an increasingly popular way to provide sexual health information to teens, but little is known about who uses such services. This study assessed whether teens at a greater risk for negative sexual health outcomes use a sexual health text message service.

Are physicians likely to adopt emerging mobile technologies? Attitudes and innovation factors affecting smartphone use in the Southeastern United States.

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Jun 27, 2012

The smartphone has emerged as an important technological device to assist physicians with medical decision making, clinical tasks, and other computing functions. A smartphone is a device that combines mobile telecommunication with Internet accessibility as well as word processing.

Testing an intervention to promote children's adherence to asthma self-management.

Publication Date: 
May 30, 2007

PURPOSE: To test the hypothesis that compared with the control group, 7 through 11-year-old children with persistent asthma who received asthma education plus a contingency management behavioral protocol would show higher adherence to peak expiratory flow (PEF) monitoring for asthma self-manageme

Using a student response system to reduce academic cheating.

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Mar 26, 2010

Communication technologies have increased academic integrity violations in nursing programs. Previous methods to reduce cheating may not be sufficient to circumvent the technology-savvy student. Teaching outcomes have improved using technology such as the student response system.