Published on in Vol 3, No 1 (2017): Jan-Jun

Erosion of Digital Professionalism During Medical Students’ Core Clinical Clerkships

Erosion of Digital Professionalism During Medical Students’ Core Clinical Clerkships

Erosion of Digital Professionalism During Medical Students’ Core Clinical Clerkships

Journals

  1. Hilty D, Chan S, Torous J, Luo J, Boland R. A Telehealth Framework for Mobile Health, Smartphones, and Apps: Competencies, Training, and Faculty Development. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2019;4(2):106 View
  2. Page M, Crampton P, Viney R, Rich A, Griffin A. Teaching medical professionalism: a qualitative exploration of persuasive communication as an educational strategy. BMC Medical Education 2020;20(1) View
  3. Hilty D, Chan S, Torous J, Luo J, Boland R. A Framework for Competencies for the Use of Mobile Technologies in Psychiatry and Medicine: Scoping Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(2):e12229 View
  4. Hilty D, Zalpuri I, Stubbe D, Snowdy C, Shoemaker E, Myint M, Joshi S, Liu H. Social Media/Networking and Psychiatric Education: Competencies, Teaching Methods, and Implications. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2018;3(4):268 View
  5. Kalantary S, Chehrehgosha M, Shirazi N, Behmadi M, Araghian Mojarad F, Jouybari L. Training Professionalism Using Hidden Curriculum in an Internship Course: Account of Experiences of Undergraduate Students of Surgical Technology. Strides in Development of Medical Education 2019;In Press(In Press) View
  6. Naples R, Costas-Chavarri A, Golden D, Gmitter E, French J, Lipman J. Digital Professionalism in Patient Care: A Case-Based Survey of Surgery Faculty and Trainees. Journal of Surgical Research 2020;253:193 View
  7. Hilty D, Torous J, Parish M, Chan S, Xiong G, Scher L, Yellowlees P. A Literature Review Comparing Clinicians' Approaches and Skills to In-Person, Synchronous, and Asynchronous Care: Moving Toward Competencies to Ensure Quality Care. Telemedicine and e-Health 2021;27(4):356 View
  8. Levy B. Training Aspects of Laboratory-Based Decision Support. Clinics in Laboratory Medicine 2019;39(2):303 View
  9. Purim K, Tizzot E. Protagonismo dos Estudantes de Medicina no Uso do Facebook na Graduação. Revista Brasileira de Educação Médica 2019;43(1):187 View
  10. Koontz N, Hill D, Dodson S, Capps A, Kamer A, Frank M, Heitkamp D. Electronic and Social Media-based Radiology Learning Initiative. Academic Radiology 2018;25(6):687 View
  11. Hilty D, Chan S, Torous J, Luo J, Boland R. Mobile Health, Smartphone/Device, and Apps for Psychiatry and Medicine. Psychiatric Clinics of North America 2019;42(3):513 View
  12. Hilty D, Torous J, Parish M, Chan S, Xiong G, Scher L, Yellowlees P. A Scoping Review to Develop a Framework of Asynchronous Technology Competencies for Psychiatry and Medicine. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2021;6(2):231 View
  13. Hilty D, Armstrong C, Edwards-Stewart A, Gentry M, Luxton D, Krupinski E. Sensor, Wearable, and Remote Patient Monitoring Competencies for Clinical Care and Training: Scoping Review. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2021;6(2):252 View
  14. Hilty D, Crawford A, Teshima J, Nasatir-Hilty S, Luo J, Chisler L, Gutierrez Hilty Y, Servis M, Godbout R, Lim R, Lu F. Mobile Health and Cultural Competencies as a Foundation for Telehealth Care: Scoping Review. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2021;6(2):197 View
  15. Teoh J. How occupational therapy practitioners use virtual communities on the Facebook social media platform for professional learning: A critical incident study. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy 2022;29(1):58 View
  16. Dugdale L, Braswell H. Instacash: The Ethics of Leveraging Medical Student Status on Social Media. Academic Medicine 2021;96(4):507 View
  17. Hilty D, Armstrong C, Luxton D, Gentry M, Krupinski E. A Scoping Review of Sensors, Wearables, and Remote Monitoring For Behavioral Health: Uses, Outcomes, Clinical Competencies, and Research Directions. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2021;6(2):278 View
  18. Vukušić Rukavina T, Viskić J, Machala Poplašen L, Relić D, Marelić M, Jokic D, Sedak K. Dangers and Benefits of Social Media on E-Professionalism of Health Care Professionals: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(11):e25770 View
  19. Tressler A, Naples R, Barrios P, Jia X, French J, Lipman J. Digital Professionalism in Patient Care: A Case Based Survey of Patients. Journal of Surgical Education 2022;79(2):516 View
  20. Moin E. Images of Illness—Sharing Patient Photographs in a Pandemic. JAMA Internal Medicine 2022;182(7):697 View
  21. Paré G, Raymond L, Pomey M, Grégoire G, Castonguay A, Ouimet A. Medical students’ intention to integrate digital health into their medical practice: A pre-peri COVID-19 survey study in Canada. DIGITAL HEALTH 2022;8:205520762211141 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Matthan J, Finn G. Biomedical Visualisation. View
  2. Hilty D, Naslund J, Ahuja S, Torous J, Kishimoto T, Crawford A. Mental Health in a Digital World. View
  3. Snelgrove N, Sparks M, Sukhera J, Topf J, Chan T. Psychonephrology. View
  4. Stone D, Hennessy C, Smith C. Biomedical Visualisation. View
  5. Hilty D, Ahuja S, Naslund J, Crawford A. Virtual Mental Health Care for Rural and Underserved Settings. View