Factors influencing nurses’ attitudes towards information technology in nursing practice in Western Australia
Suppiah Dall, Veronica-Ann
Assoc.Prof. Jill Aldridge
Prof. Barry Fraser
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Science and Mathematics Education Centre
To understand factors that influence Western Australian nurses’ attitudes towards using information technology in nursing practice, a mixed-methods approach involving quantitative and qualitative approaches was used. A questionnaire was responded to by 134 registered nurses and this was followed by interviews with selected participants. Various barriers that hampered nurses’ embracing computers and information technology were identified.
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