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Title: PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION BEHAVIOR OF NURSE ADMINISTRATORS AND THE DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OF HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS.
Authors: GENEDINE GUNDENA A VILLANUEVA
Keywords: information behavior, public health core competencies, public health informatics, psychometric evaluation, healthcare analytics, nurse administrators
Issue Date: 13-Mar-2014
Source: GENEDINE GUNDENA A VILLANUEVA (2014-03-13). PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION BEHAVIOR OF NURSE ADMINISTRATORS AND THE DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OF HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS.. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This PhD participatory action research developed a schematic model of the public health information behavior of nurse administrators; and identified the predictors of the use of the Intermediate and Long Term Care Information System (ILTC-IS) by nurse administrators for public health practice. Three measurement scales were developed and evaluated to measure outcomes: (a) the Public Health Nursing Scale (PHNS); (b) the Public Health Informatics Scale for Effective Information Behavior (PHIS-EIB); and (c) the Healthcare Analytics Maturity for Effective Nursing Administration Scale (HAMENA Scale). The multivariate ordinal regression analyses indicated the following as significant predictors of the use of ILTC-IS for public health nursing practice by nurse administrators: (a) job role; (b) competence in public health informatics; and (c) the knowledge processes of the organization. These results are consistent with previous studies describing information behavior as being influenced by job role, task competence, and organizational context.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/79380
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