Nurses' attitudes toward computerization in clinical practice in a British general hospital.

@article{Simpson1997NursesAT,
  title={Nurses' attitudes toward computerization in clinical practice in a British general hospital.},
  author={Gloria Simpson and Marita Kenrick},
  journal={Computers in nursing},
  year={1997},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={37-42}
}
The growth of information technology systems associated with the organizational reforms of the British Health Service has given rise to a need to understand nurses' attitudes toward computerization. Several studies in the United States have identified various factors that influence nurses' computer-related attitudes but such studies in the United Kingdom are rare. This study sampled 208 nurses in a general hospital of approximately 500 beds, and measured their computer-related attitudes using… CONTINUE READING

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