Piloting the Use of Smartphone Applications as Learning Resources in Clinical Nursing Education

  title={Piloting the Use of Smartphone Applications as Learning Resources in Clinical Nursing Education},
  author={Fadi Khraim and RN SandraSmallPhD and Daphne Crane Mde and RN ClaudineMorganBN},
Smartphones are becoming ubiquitous with abundantly available nursing learning applications. Thirteen nursing students participated in a study to explore the benefits and barriers of using smart phones to access nursing learning resources in clinical practice. Voiceand data-enabled smart phones were provided to participants. A mix-methods research approach was used with preand post-surveys. Prior to the study, participants’ experience with smart phone technology ranged from no experience at all… 
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