Computers in nursing practice. A comparison of the attitudes of nurses and nursing students.

@article{Schwirian1989ComputersIN,
  title={Computers in nursing practice. A comparison of the attitudes of nurses and nursing students.},
  author={P M Schwirian and James A. Malone and Vicky Stone and B Nunley and Tatiane B. R. Francisco},
  journal={Computers in nursing},
  year={1989},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={
          168-77
        }
}
This study was undertaken to compare the attitudes of nurses and nursing students toward computer use in nursing practice and to clarify factors that influence these attitudes. Three factors within the student sample were examined: changes over time, prior experience with computers, and attitudes toward technology in general. Second, the attitudes of the nursing students were compared with those of a sample of practicing nurses. Finally, the multidimensional structure of Stronge's attitude… CONTINUE READING

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