Building nursing intellectual capital for safe use of information technology: a before-after study to test an evidence-based peer coach intervention.

@article{Poe2011BuildingNI,
  title={Building nursing intellectual capital for safe use of information technology: a before-after study to test an evidence-based peer coach intervention.},
  author={Stephanie S Poe and Patricia A. Abbott and Peter J. Pronovost},
  journal={Journal of nursing care quality},
  year={2011},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={110-9}
}
Use of peer coaches may be effective in building and maintaining competencies bedside nurses need to safely use electronic health records (EHRs). A nonexperimental design with before-after measures was used to evaluate the effectiveness of peer coaches in increasing learner satisfaction and confidence in EHR use on 9 units at an academic medical center. Survey findings suggested that nurses experienced higher than expected satisfaction with training and increased self-confidence in the EHR use… CONTINUE READING

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