Students, Medical

Telemedicine in education: bridging the gap.

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Aug 11, 2015

BACKGROUND: The increasing cost and inequitable access to quality healthcare, coupled with the merger of the information technology and health service sectors, has given rise to the modern field of telemedicine.

Smartphones in medicine: emerging practices in an academic medical center.

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Dec 20, 2014

Advances in mobile phone technology now provide a myriad of resources to physicians' fingertips. However, the medical profession continues to struggle with potential for misuse of these devices.

Health professionals as mobile content creators: teaching medical students to develop mHealth applications.

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Sep 13, 2014

INTRODUCTION: Patient access to health information and patient-provider communication is integral to medicine, and can be facilitated by mobile applications ("apps").

Educational impact of using smartphones for clinical communication on general medicine: more global, less local.

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Jul 16, 2013

BACKGROUND: Medical trainees increasingly use smartphones in their clinical work. Similar to other information technology implementations, smartphone use can result in unintended consequences.

"Mediman" - the smartphone as a learning platform?

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Mar 07, 2013

Mobile devices with a connection to the internet - smartphones - are seen all over the place since the popular introduction of the Apple iPhone. Similar products existed but no company managed to combine simplicity and functionality so seamlesly.

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