Does Australian state location influence MRS practitioners' access to and use of the Internet?

Shanahan, M 2009, 'Does Australian state location influence MRS practitioners' access to and use of the Internet?', The Radiographer, vol. 56, no. 1, pp. 16-20.


Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Does Australian state location influence MRS practitioners' access to and use of the Internet?
Author(s) Shanahan, M
Year 2009
Journal name The Radiographer
Volume number 56
Issue number 1
Start page 16
End page 20
Total pages 5
Publisher Australian Institute of Radiography
Abstract The internet is an important information resource used by health practitioners to access the most current health and medical information. In Australia, the public health system is managed and operated independently at state and territory level and this raises the potential for differential access to the internet to exist within workplaces across government boundaries such as Australian states. This paper examines the effect of Australian state on access to and use of the internet by comparing medical radiation science (MRS) workplaces in Queensland and Victoria.
Subject Curriculum and Pedagogy not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) access
internet
medical radiation science
professional learning
lifelong learning
ISSN 0033-8273
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