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dc.contributor.authorSchaper, Louise
dc.contributor.authorPervan, Graham
dc.identifier.citationSchaper, Louise K. and Pervan, Graham P.. 2007. ICT and OTs: A model of information and communication technology acceptance and utilisation by occupational therapists. International Journal of Medical Informatics 76S: S212-S221.

There is evidence to suggest that health professionals are reluctant to accept and utilise information and communication technologies (ICT) and concern is growing within health informatics research that this is contributing to the lag in adoption and utilisation of ICT across the health sector. Technology acceptance research within the field of information systems has been limited in its application to health and there is a concurrent need to develop and gain empirical support for models of technology acceptance within health and to examine acceptance and utilisation issues amongst health professionals to improve the success of information system implementation in this arena. This paper outlines a project that examines ICT acceptance and utilisation by Australian occupational therapists. It describes the theoretical basis behind the development of a research model and the methodology being employed to empirically validate the model using substantial quantitative, qualitative and longitudinal data. Preliminary results from Phase II of the study are presented. The theoretical significance of this work is that it uses a thoroughly constructed research model, with potentially the largest sample size ever tested, to extend technology acceptance research into the health sector.

dc.subjectTechnology acceptance - Technology utilisation - Unified theory of acceptance and - utilisation of technology (UTAUT) - Allied health - Information technology (health - care) - Survey - Questionnaire
dc.titleICT and OTs: A model of information and communication technology acceptance and utilisation by occupational therapists
dc.typeJournal Article
dcterms.source.titleInternational Journal of Medical Informatics
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curtin.facultyCurtin Business School
curtin.facultySchool of Information Systems

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