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Published on 26.06.18 in Vol 6, No 2 (2018): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Nurses’ Experience With Health Information Technology: Longitudinal Qualitative Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/medinform.8734):

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  1. Sun S, Hwang H, Dutta B, Peng M. Exploring critical factors influencing nurses’ intention to use tablet PC in Patients’ care using an integrated theoretical model. Libyan Journal of Medicine 2019;14(1):1648963
  2. Anderberg P, Björling G, Stjernberg L, Bohman D. Analyzing Nursing Students’ Relation to Electronic Health and Technology as Individuals and Students and in Their Future Career (the eNursEd Study): Protocol for a Longitudinal Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2019;8(10):e14643
  3. Khanna AK, Ahuja S, Weller RS, Harwood TN. Postoperative ward monitoring – Why and what now?. Best Practice & Research Clinical Anaesthesiology 2019;33(2):229
  4. Bail K, Merrick E, Redley B, Gibson J, Davey R, Currie M. “Blind leading the blind”: Qualitative evaluation of unanticipated difficulties during nurse testing of a hospital health information system. Collegian 2019;
  5. O'Connor S, Chu CH, Thilo F, Lee JJ, Mather C, Topaz M. Professionalism in a digital and mobile world: A way forward for nursing. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2019;
  6. Helou S, Abou-Khalil V, Yamamoto G, Kondoh E, Tamura H, Hiragi S, Sugiyama O, Okamoto K, Nambu M, Kuroda T. Understanding the Situated Roles of Electronic Medical Record Systems to Enable Redesign: Mixed Methods Study. JMIR Human Factors 2019;6(3):e13812
  7. Darawad MW, Othman EH, Alosta MR. Nurses' satisfaction with barcode medication‐administration technology: Results of a cross‐sectional study. Nursing & Health Sciences 2019;