Personal digital assistants: a review of their application in graduate medical education.

@article{Mattana2005PersonalDA,
  title={Personal digital assistants: a review of their application in graduate medical education.},
  author={Joseph Mattana and Marina M. Charitou and Lisa Mills and Cindy H Baskin and Harry Steinberg and Conan Tu and Howard Kerpen},
  journal={American journal of medical quality : the official journal of the American College of Medical Quality},
  year={2005},
  volume={20 5},
  pages={262-7}
}
Personal digital assistants (PDAs) have become widely used in medicine and may be especially useful in achieving the goals of graduate medical education. The complex challenges that residents and their program directors in graduate medical education programs confront may be met more readily with the use of these devices. The PDA's ability to serve as an informational database, an organizer of patient-specific information, a tracking tool that can be used by program directors to enhance… CONTINUE READING