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Do Brief Educational Sessions Increase Electronic Health Literacy of Low-Income Persons Living With HIV/AIDS?

This research explored whether participating in a brief educational intervention using the National Library of Medicine video, Evaluating Health Information: A Tutorial From the National Library of Medicine, would increase electronic health literacy. A quasi-experimental longitudinal design was used in two randomly selected settings of a treatment program for low-income persons living with HIV/acquired immune deficiency syndrome (N = 100). Individuals in both intervention groups watched the video and comple...

Text Mining Method for Studying Medication Administration Incidents and Nurse-Staffing Contributing Factors: A Pilot Study.

Incident reporting systems are being implemented globally, thus increasing the profile and prevalence of incidents, but the analysis of free-text descriptions remains largely hidden. The aims of the study were to explore the extent to which incident reports recorded staffing issues as contributors to medication administration incidents. Incident reports related to medication administration (N = 1012) were collected from two hospitals in Finland between January 1, 2013, and December 31, 2014. The SAS Enterpr...

An Electronic Medical Record Training Conversion for Onboarding Inpatient Nurses.

In recent times, policies stemming from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 have served as a stimulus for healthcare organizations to adopt an electronic medical record. As a result, nurses are now more knowledgeable of and experienced with an electronic medical record. In August 2016, our facility converted from instructor-led training to electronic learning for inpatient nurse electronic medical record training, hoping to capitalize on previous experience with the clinical information syste...

Development and Evaluation of the Automated Risk Assessment System for Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection.

Catheter-associated urinary tract infection is one of the most common healthcare-acquired infections. It is important to institute preventive measures such as surveillance of the appropriate use of indwelling urinary catheters and timely removal by identifying patients at high risk for catheter-associated urinary tract infection. The purpose of this study was to develop an Automated Risk Assessment System for Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection and evaluate its predictive validity. This study involv...

Changes in Efficiency and Quality of Nursing Electronic Health Record Documentation After Implementation of an Admission Patient History Essential Data Set.

The objective of this quality improvement study was to evaluate whether electronic health record system timers and event logs can measure the efficiency and quality of a clinical process in an electronic health record. Using an experimental pre- and post-nonrandomized prospective cohort design, the researchers introduced a newly defined admission patient history essential data set and examined the electronic health record event files and timers to analyze the nursing experience from an efficiency and qualit...

Nurse Documentation of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Home Healthcare: A Text Mining Study.

Health disparities have been documented in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender population, but more research is needed to better understand how to address them. To that end, this observational study examined what is documented about sexual orientation and gender identity in narrative home care nurses' notes in an electronic health record. Lexical text mining approaches were used to examine a total of 862 715 clinical notes from 20 447 unique patients who received services from a large home care agen...

Virtual Postoperative Visits for New Ostomates.

Postoperative education, discharge instructions, and follow-up appointments provide a foundation for new ostomates after discharge, but a gap in care remains. New ostomates utilize resources twice as much as other colorectal patients. Virtual visits allow visual inspection of the patient while providing verbal support. The purposes of this project were to determine the feasibility of Virtual Postoperative Visits, to define specific issues patients want addressed, and to assess patient satisfaction with a vi...

Nurse Attitudes Related to Accepting Electronic Health Records and Bedside Documentation.

Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics 2018 Balancing Digital Demands: Access, Use, Security.

Corrigendum to: Designing and Developing a Mobile App for Clinical Decision Support: An Interprofessional Collaboration.

Factors Affecting Consumer Acceptance of an Online Health Information Portal Among Young Internet Users.

Designing and Developing a Mobile App for Clinical Decision Support: An Interprofessional Collaboration.

2018 Nursing Knowledge Big Data Science Initiative.

Exploring the State of the Science of the Nursing Hand-off Communication.

Factors Influencing Information and Communication Technology Knowledge and Use Among Nurse Managers in Selected Hospitals in the Volta Region of Ghana.

This study adopted a cross-sectional design to examine the factors that influence the use of information and communication technology among 108 nurse managers in selected hospitals in the Volta Region of Ghana. A self-administered questionnaire was used to gather data. A χ test of association identified sex (P < .0001), age (P < .0001), years of work experience (P < .0001), rank of the respondents (P < .0001), computer training (P < .0001), computer ownership (P < .0001), and previous use of computers befo...

Nurse and Nurse Student Attitudes and Perceived Self-efficacy in Use of Information and Communication Technologies: Professional and Cultural Differences.

Information and communication technologies have become essential and design-effective tools in the global healthcare system. Evidence suggests that information and communication technologies can promote nursing practice and patient satisfaction and quality of care. Competency with information and communication technologies is essential for both nurses and nursing students, and attitudes toward its use and perceived self-efficacy are important for implementation in the workplace. This study aimed to explore ...

Customizing Functionality in an Electronic Health Record to Capture Value of Provider-Specific Services.

NI2018: Fourteenth International Congress on Nursing Informatics.

Electronic Charting During Simulation: A Descriptive Study.

Nursing-Related Smartphone Activities in the Italian Nursing Population: A Descriptive Study.

In this study, we describe smartphone-related activities for nurses' work and nonwork purposes; analyzed the differences between smartphone use and nurses' age, gender, and working environment; and observed the influences that personal digital devices have on nurses' performance. We conducted a cross-sectional and correlational study. A convenience sample of nurses was recruited, composed of 256 nurses, mostly women (74.6%) younger than 30 years of age (59%). This study showed that the most frequent work-re...

A Review of Measuring the Cognitive Workload of Electronic Health Records.

The To Err Is Human report stated that 98 000 patients die yearly because of medical errors, and that medication errors kill more people than workplace injuries. The inadequate design and utilization of the electronic health record have been identified as major contributing factors to medical errors. Increased cognitive workload of clinicians has consistently been linked to the occurrence of medical errors. The purpose of this article was to synthesize the current state of the science on measuring clinician...

Using Clinical Decision Support to Improve Referral Rates in Severe Symptomatic Aortic Stenosis: A Quality Improvement Initiative.

Clinical decision support systems are used to ensure compliance with guidelines and can assist providers in improving quality of care. This quality improvement initiative was designed to evaluate the use of a clinical decision support system to improve specialist referral rate for patients with severe aortic stenosis. A clinical decision support system for cardiology and primary care providers was implemented to improve diagnosis of severe aortic stenosis. The ordering provider received an electronic medica...

Development of a Nursing Electronic Medical Record Usability Protocol.

Assessing usability of an electronic medical record is useful for organizations wishing to customize their electronic medical record and determine the impact on usability. The purpose of this article is to describe the development of a protocol to measure electronic medical record usability from a nursing perspective and to develop a scoring methodology. The Technical Evaluation, Testing, and Validation of the Usability of Electronic Health Records (NISTIR 7804), published by the National Institute of Stand...

Using Quick Response Codes to Increase Students' Participation in Case-Based Learning Courses.

The purpose of this study was to use Quick Response codes to increase engagement in a case-based learning course. A quasi-experiment was conducted, and 103 students enrolled in a pharmacology course participated. The students were divided into high-, medium-, and low-scoring groups, based on their previous semester grades in the pharmacology course. A Chinese-version questionnaire of the Nursing Students' Attitude Toward Quick Response Codes in Case-Based Learning Scale was used. The major findings were as ...

An Electronic Handover System to Improve Information Transfer for Surgical Patients.

Proper clinical transfers of patient care (known as handovers) are important to patient safety. The aim of this study was to investigate the efficacy and satisfaction of an electronic system for clinical transfers of patients with complex surgical procedures. The design was a single-center observational study auditing the handover process. The electronic handover system combined with an electronic health record system was developed to help verbal handover. The system has a checklist to guide the structured ...

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