Thursday, December 18, 2008

PDAs Prove Valuable in Monitoring Patients with Mental Illness

A research team from University of Missouri has published an article in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology describing the use of personal digital assistants in monitoring patients with borderline personality disorder. Participants were equipped with devices that prompted them to respond to a series of questions at random times through the day, giving doctors detailed information about their experiences and moods...MORE

Unbound Medicine Now Available for Download to BlackBerry

Unbound Medicine has announced that its software can be downloaded to BlackBerry devices. Releases include popular titles such as 5-Minute Clinical Consult and Nursing Central....MORE

Friday, December 05, 2008

73% of Physicians Go Online Daily for Clinical Information

A new survey showed that 73% of doctors go online for clinical information at least once daily,and almost 20% consult websites 5 or more times a day....MORE

Nursing Interest in Wireless Connectivity in the Hospital

Enterprise-wide wireless solution addresses nursing need for wireless connectivity and mobility during patient care. MORE...