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The impact of electronic medication administration records in a residential aged care home
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PURPOSES This study aimed to compare between electronic medication administration records and paper-based records in the nursing time spent on various activities in a medication round and the medication administration processes followed by nurses in an Australian residential aged care home. Expand
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Fitting clinical workflow: The case for wound care in a residential aged care home
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Residential aged care homes have, or are in the process of implementing, electronic health record (EHR) systems to improve quality of care and reduce cost. Expand
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Measuring the Performance of Electronic Health Records: A Case Study in Residential Aged Care in Australia
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Measuring the performance of electronic health records (EHR) is an important, yet un-resolved challenge. Expand
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The effect of nursing participation in the design of a critical care information system: a case study in a Chinese hospital
  • Y. Qin, R. Zhou, +9 authors P. Yu
  • Medicine, Computer Science
  • BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making
  • 6 December 2017
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This case study presents participative design, a useful approach for nurses to actively participate and contribute to the design and implementation of a useful ICIS for intensive care nursing services. Expand
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Investigating the management of alcohol‐related presentations in an Australian teaching hospital
INTRODUCTION AND AIMS Alcohol-related morbidity is estimated to range from 10-38% of the presentations to hospital emergency departments. This study aims to investigate the actual management processExpand
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Developing a theoretical model and questionnaire survey instrument to measure the success of electronic health records in residential aged care
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We develop a theoretical model and questionnaire survey instrument to assess the success of organizational EHR in routine use from the viewpoint of nursing staff in residential aged care homes. Expand
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Factors influencing nursing time spent on administration of medication in an Australian residential aged care home.
AIMS To examine nursing time spent on administration of medications in a residential aged care (RAC) home, and to determine factors that influence the time to medicate a resident. BACKGROUNDExpand
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Time spent on daytime direct care activities by personal carers in two Australian residential aged care facilities: a time-motion study.
OBJECTIVE To examine the time, frequency and duration of each direct care activity conducted by personal carers in Australian residential aged care homes. METHODS A time-motion study was conductedExpand
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Precision of EMR Data: The Case for a Drug and Alcohol Service
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This study examined the number and types of data errors in an electronic medical record (EMR) system in a Drug and Alcohol service. Expand
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Contradictions in information technology mediated work in long-term care: An activity theoretic ethnographic study.
BACKGROUND The growing demand for aged care services coupled with a global shortage of skilled nursing staff has hindered long-term care facilities' ability to provide necessary services to theirExpand
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