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Health care organizations have invested resources to implement and upgrade information systems capable of collecting large quantities of data. Recent technology developments have created a renewed interest in studying clinician information needs. However, a common definition and analysis of the concept clinical information needs have not been provided. Walker and Avant's method was used to perform a concept analysis. Following a review of relevant literature, a clinical information need was defined as a conscious expression, which can be verbal or nonverbal, of a desire for knowledge to answer clinical questions in the course of decision making to deliver patient care.
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