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Published on 15.02.16 in Vol 3, No 1 (2016): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "How Does Learnability of Primary Care Resident Physicians Increase After Seven Months of Using an Electronic Health Record? A Longitudinal Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/humanfactors.4601):

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  1. Holderried F, Herrmann-Werner A, Mahling M, Holderried M, Riessen R, Zipfel S, Celebi N, Latus J. Electronic charts do not facilitate the recognition of patient hazards by advanced medical students: A randomized controlled study. PLOS ONE 2020;15(3):e0230522
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  4. Herrmann-Werner A, Holderried M, Loda T, Malek N, Zipfel S, Holderried F. Navigating Through Electronic Health Records: Survey Study on Medical Students’ Perspectives in General and With Regard to a Specific Training. JMIR Medical Informatics 2019;7(4):e12648
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  5. Khairat S, Coleman C, Newlin T, Rand V, Ottmar P, Bice T, Carson SS. A mixed-methods evaluation framework for electronic health records usability studies. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2019;94:103175
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  6. Harrill PA, Melon DE, Seshul MJ, Zanation A. Perceptions of Electronic Health Records Within Otolaryngology Residents Compared to Practicing Otolaryngologists. The Laryngoscope 2018;128(12):2726
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  7. Senteio C, Veinot T, Adler-Milstein J, Richardson C. Physicians’ perceptions of the impact of the EHR on the collection and retrieval of psychosocial information in outpatient diabetes care. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2018;113:9
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  8. Tipsword ML, White PS, Spaeth CG, Ittenbach RF, Myers MF. Investigation of the Use of a Family Health History Application in Genetic Counseling. Journal of Genetic Counseling 2018;27(2):392
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  9. Jones M, Talebi R, Littlejohn J, Bosnic O, Aprile J. An Optimization Program to Help Practices Assess Data Quality and Workflow With Their Electronic Medical Records: Observational Study. JMIR Human Factors 2018;5(4):e30
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  10. Alkureishi MA, Lee WW, Webb S, Arora V. Integrating Patient-Centered Electronic Health Record Communication Training into Resident Onboarding: Curriculum Development and Post-Implementation Survey Among Housestaff. JMIR Medical Education 2018;4(1):e1
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