PDA Training of Faculty Physicians
The PDA is an important technology in clinical medicine. Although PDAs are widely utilized by medical students and residents, older teaching faculty have not readily adopted them. The medical library can position itself as a leader in training patrons to use these devices. The East Tennessee State University (ETSU) Quillen College of Medicine Library (QCOML) staff trained older, experienced teaching faculty to use PDAs loaded with ePocrates and InfoRetriever databases. The training was rated highly and several faculty members became PDA users. The library is now considered the place to go on campus for PDA help.
Wallace, Rick L.. 2007. PDA Training of Faculty Physicians. Journal Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries. Vol.4(4). 27-39. https://doi.org/10.1300/J383v04n04_03 ISSN: 1542-4065