Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN

Myeong-Seon Lee, Seonah Lee
Despite the fact that implementing an electronic nursing record has become an everyday event for nurses, little is known about which type of documentation used in an electronic nursing record is better for nursing practice. The aim of this exploratory study was to identify the most suitable type of electronic nursing documentation that nurses used to record care and communicate with clinicians. Participants consisted of 118 nurses and 12 physicians. Researchers developed a self-report questionnaire of 17 items about electronic nursing record use for documentation and communication of patient care information...
June 29, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Bingqian Zhu, Tienan Feng, Bilgay Izci-Balserak
The aim of this study was to provide evidence on the application of Research Electronic Data Capture for collecting repeated data during a 7-day period among older adults. Fifty-seven adults (≥50 years) with type 2 diabetes were recruited. Participants completed one sleep diary upon awaking and one self-care diary before going to bed each day for 7 days. The diaries were administered via the Research Electronic Data Capture Web-based system and were completed via participants' own electronic devices. Objective compliance rate, time used to complete each diary, and participant experience were described...
June 25, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Jennifer A Rewolinski, Arpad Kelemen, Yulan Liang
Type 1 diabetes is a disease with a peak diagnosis between the ages of 10 and 14 and carries with it required intensive lifestyle changes. Disease self-management is essential for adequate metabolic control to prevent acute and long-term complications. Yet common methods of diabetes self-management education, such as lectures or pamphlets, lead to low knowledge, engagement, and clinical outcomes. Game-based learning has led to increased motivation, engagement, and productivity overall with substantial increases in self-management of chronic diseases in children...
June 24, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Christopher M Garrison, Frank E Ritter, Benjamin R Bauchwitz, James Niehaus, Peter W Weyhrauch
Educators are challenged to prepare nurses to care for low-frequency, high-stakes problems such as trauma. Computer-based tutors provide a cost-effective teaching strategy without risking patient safety. Evidence for the efficacy of this type of instruction is limited; thus, we tested the learning outcomes of a tutor on trauma care knowledge with senior nursing students. Participants were randomly assigned to either the tutor or a control condition (textbook learning). Instructional design elements incorporated into the tutor included use of multimedia content, emphasis of key points, frequent quizzing with instant feedback, and unfolding case studies to summarize key concepts...
June 19, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Jodi A Ulloa, Joyce Zurmehly, Christine A Fortney, Wendy Bowles
This quality improvement project formalized central venous catheter tip surveillance augmented by the use of electronic patient reporting tool. The project setting was a large level IV academic neonatal intensive care unit with a representative convenience sample of patients with central venous catheters and quality improvement reports of complications from tip migration. Providers received education before implementation of a central venous catheter tip surveillance program using a revised electronic reporting tool was initiated...
June 18, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Erin Beneteau, Shefali Haldar, Sonali R Mishra, Wanda Pratt
Healthcare providers in the hospital setting must discuss patient information to ensure continuity of care and patient safety. This study explores how patients perceive the information they hear discussed between healthcare providers and how the concept of "eavesdropping" can be addressed by healthcare providers and in the field of medical informatics. Using an inductive analysis of interviews with 14 adult inpatients, research findings indicate that patients value receiving information in the hospital setting, including information received through eavesdropping...
June 18, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Francesca Gambalunga, Laura Iacorossi, Ippolito Notarnicola, Valeria Serra, Michela Piredda, Maria Grazia De Marinis
In oncology, adherence to oral antineoplastic medication is a key element of treatment, on which the success of any therapeutic intervention depends. Given their widespread use in clinical practice, it is important to identify tools that can facilitate the monitoring and self-management of the patient at home, to avoid the consequences of employing ineffective treatment. One of the tools available today to take action on this phenomenon is mobile health technology. The aim of this review is to describe published studies relating to the use of mobile health to promote adherence to oral antineoplastic medication...
June 17, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Cho Lee Wong, Tika Rana, Yan Ming Leung
Pneumoconiosis is an incurable disease. An online educational booklet for South Asian construction workers has been developed to provide them with knowledge of the disease and its preventive measures. As eye tracking has long been applied to assess users' preferences with regard to the content of commercial products, this approach would likely offer a promising opportunity for an objective assessment of the usability of the developed booklet. This was a mixed-methods study that combined eye tracking and interviews to explore the usability of the educational booklet among South Asian construction workers...
June 12, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Rhonda Schoville, Marita G Titler
The Integrated Technology Implementation Model introduced in 2015 highlighted elements that affect the process of integrating technology into healthcare practice and guide the selection of interventions leading the user to adopt. The Integrated Technology Implementation Model provides a conceptual guide for nursing leadership, vendors, and engineers to focus their work on technology adoption. The purpose of this exploratory qualitative study was to examine organizational and individual implementation themes and if these themes were represented in the Integrated Technology Implementation Model...
June 8, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Bryan A Wilbanks, Edwin N Aroke
Unintended consequences are adverse events directly related to information technology and may result from inappropriate use of electronic health records by healthcare professionals. Electronic health record competency training has historically used didactic lectures with hands-on experience in a live classroom, and this method fails to teach learners proficiency because the sociotechnical factors that are present in real-world settings are excluded. Additionally, on-the-job training to gain competency can impair patient safety because it distracts clinicians from patient care activities...
June 8, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Marjorita Sormunen, Terhi Saaranen, Asta Heikkilä, Tuulikki Sjögren, Camilla Koskinen, Kristina Mikkonen, Maria Kääriäinen, Meeri Koivula, Leena Salminen
This scoping review was undertaken to synthesize and describe research related to digital learning interventions in higher education, focusing on technological outcomes. Five electronic databases were searched, and 86 articles were included in the review. The data related to positive and negative technological outcomes and authors' suggestions were analyzed using inductive content analysis. The articles represented six disciplines across six continents and included quantitative (n = 65), qualitative (n = 3), and mixedmethods (n = 18) intervention studies...
June 8, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Michael S Barbagallo, Joanne E Porter, Medina Lamunu
Blended online and digital learning includes a variety of activities that combine engaging classroom-based education with online learning. The aim of this study is to evaluate undergraduate students' perceptions of a blended online and digital curriculum for anatomy and physiology in the nursing degree program. A quantitative methodology was used with a sample of 100 undergraduate nursing students from a single Australian University. Descriptive statistics are and presented in this article. Of the 100 participants, 90% were enrolled in the standard mode compared to 10% in a flexible mode of delivery...
June 8, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Hsiu-Yen Huang, Ting-Ting Lee, Tzu-Chuan Hsu, Mary Etta Mills, I-Shiang Tzeng
Clinical decision support systems provide empirical guidance to improve the quality of nursing care. This study aimed to evaluate the outcomes of implementation of decision support functions into the preventive care system as regards nurses' acceptance of technology, documentation completeness, and incidence of hospital-acquired pressure injury. The researchers performed data collection in a regional hospital in northern Taiwan. The study used the Davis Science and Technology Acceptance Model scale to investigate nurses' technology acceptance before and after the introduction of a clinical decision support system and compared documentation compliance of preventive records with the incidence of hospital-acquired pressure injuries...
May 27, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Camila Rosalia Antunes Baccin, Grace T Marcon Dal Sasso, Crysttian Arantes Paixão, Paulino Artur Ferreira de Sousa
Cerebrovascular accident is a serious public health problem and requires the attention of professionals who can detect, diagnose, and provide care in a timely fashion. A quantitative quasi-experimental study was conducted using a mobile app called mSmartAVC for clinical evaluation of nursing care at the bedside. The study aimed at measuring the knowledge of nurses and nursing students in the detection and care of cerebrovascular accident. In this study, a total of 115 nurses from health services in the South of Brazil and 35 nursing students of a community university participated...
May 16, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Jaime Rachelle M Bonar, Shawna Wright, Donna Macan Yadrich, Marilyn Werkowitch, Lavonne Ridder, Ryan Spaulding, Carol E Smith
The current standard in healthcare research is to maintain scientific fidelity of any intervention being tested. Fidelity is defined as the consistent delivery of interventions that ensures that all participants are provided the same information, guidance, and/or materials. Notably, the methods for ensuring fidelity of intervention delivery must also be consistent. This article describes our Intervention and Technology Delivery Fidelity Checklists used to ensure consistency. These checklists were completed by trained nurse observers who rated the intervention implementation and the technology delivery...
May 16, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Helena Blažun Vošner, Heather Carter-Templeton, Jernej Završnik, Peter Kokol
Computers were introduced into nursing care areas in the early 1950s; however, nursing informatics' historical roots emerged much earlier. Contrary to previous studies, which used manual review of the nursing informatics literature, we employed an automated, electronic approach with specialized software to identify its historical roots. The corpus of nursing informatics literature was harvested from Scopus using "informatic*" in information source titles, abstracts, and keywords, limited to the "subject area = nursing...
May 9, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Lorena Gutiérrez-Puertas, Verónica V Márquez-Hernández, Vanesa Gutiérrez-Puertas, Genoveva Granados-Gámez, Gabriel Aguilera-Manrique
The use of cell phones can have a negative effect on nursing students' academic performance. The purpose of this study was to identify the effects that problematic cell phone use and nomophobia have on learning in nursing students. A quasi-experimental study was carried out among nursing students, with a control group (n = 61, 49.2%) and an experimental group (n = 63, 50.8%). The experimental group left their cell phones, in sound or vibration mode, as they normally kept them, on a table located in the corner of the classroom...
April 27, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Young Sook Roh, Sang Suk Kim, Sunah Park, Jung-Won Ahn
Simulation and team-based learning are reported as useful strategies in nursing education. However, empirical evidence on the effects of participating in an integrated course of team-based learning and simulation is limited. The aim of this study was to identify the effects of a nursing simulation program with team-based learning on knowledge, team performance, and teamwork among Korean nursing students. A one-group pretest-posttest design was used. Fourth-year students (N = 229) participated in a 32-hour nursing simulation program with team-based learning...
April 27, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
Susan McBride, Laura Thomas, Sharon Decker
Rapid deployment of electronic health records has resulted in a need for simulation centers to integrate the use of electronic health records into simulation-based learning activities within the clinical workflow. To assess the quality of the documentation in the electronic health record, the Competency Assessment in Simulation of Electronic Health Records Tool was developed. Lynn's method of content validity, combined with nominal group and Delphi techniques, was used to identify 15 domains of best practice in documentation...
April 17, 2020: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN
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