Published on in Vol 3, No 1 (2014): Jan-Mar

Speed and Accuracy of a Point of Care Web-Based Knowledge Resource for Clinicians: A Controlled Crossover Trial

Speed and Accuracy of a Point of Care Web-Based Knowledge Resource for Clinicians: A Controlled Crossover Trial

Speed and Accuracy of a Point of Care Web-Based Knowledge Resource for Clinicians: A Controlled Crossover Trial

Journals

  1. Atkinson K, Ducharme R, Westeinde J, Wilson S, Deeks S, Pascali D, Wilson K. Vaccination attitudes and mobile readiness: A survey of expectant and new mothers. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 2015;11(4):1039 View
  2. Dway N, Soonthornworasiri N, Jandee K, Lawpoolsri S, Pan-Ngum W, Sinthuvanich D, Kaewkungwal J. Effects of edutainment on knowledge and perceptions of Lisu mothers about the immunisation of their children. Health Education Journal 2016;75(2):131 View
  3. Jandee K, Kaewkungwal J, Khamsiriwatchara A, Lawpoolsri S, Wongwit W, Wansatid P. Effectiveness of Using Mobile Phone Image Capture for Collecting Secondary Data: A Case Study on Immunization History Data Among Children in Remote Areas of Thailand. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2015;3(3):e75 View
  4. Mercader H, Kabakyenga J, Katuruba D, Hobbs A, Brenner J. Female respondent acceptance of computer-assisted personal interviewing (CAPI) for maternal, newborn and child health coverage surveys in rural Uganda. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2017;98:41 View
  5. Stevens K, Pfeiffer D. Sources of spatial animal and human health data: Casting the net wide to deal more effectively with increasingly complex disease problems. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology 2015;13:15 View
  6. Toomey S, Elliott M, Zaslavsky A, Quinn J, Klein D, Wagner S, Thomson C, Wu M, Onorato S, Schuster M. Improving Response Rates and Representation of Hard-to-Reach Groups in Family Experience Surveys. Academic Pediatrics 2019;19(4):446 View