Information technology from novice to expert: implementation implications.

@article{Courtney2008InformationTF,
  title={Information technology from novice to expert: implementation implications.},
  author={Karen L. Courtney and Gregory L. Alexander and George Demiris},
  journal={Journal of nursing management},
  year={2008},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={692-9}
}
AIMS This paper explores how the Novice-to-Expert Nursing Practice framework can illuminate the challenges of and opportunities in implementing information technology (IT), such as clinical decision support systems (CDSS), in nursing practice. BACKGROUND IT implementation in health care is increasing; however, substantial costs and risks remain associated with these projects. EVALUATION The theoretical framework of Novice-to-Expert Nursing Practice was applied to current design and… CONTINUE READING

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