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Handheld computing: the next technology frontier for school nurses



Handheld computing: the next technology frontier for school nurses



Journal of School Nursing 17(2): 98-102



The purpose of this article is to demonstrate the potential utilization of handheld personal digital assistants for school nurses. Handheld devices and their general uses are described. Clinical programs available through downloading and Web sites with handheld resources are included. Finally, specific handheld computer applications that can be adapted for school nurses are discussed.

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