Personal digital assistants in psychiatric education.

John S. Luo, Hendry Ton

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Abstract

OBJECTIVE: This article describes the various administrative and clinical applications for PDA use in psychiatric care and review the process for implementation in an academic medical center. METHOD: The authors reviewed the psychiatric literature and tested various hardware and software products. RESULTS: The literature describes various uses of the PDA as a reference tool, in clinical care, and in training documentation. CONCLUSIONS: The PDA is capable of numerous vital roles in medical education.

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Handheld Computers
assistant
Psychiatry
psychological care
Education
Medical Education
Documentation
hardware
documentation
education
Software
literature
software

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Psychiatry and Mental health
  • Education

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