Does technology acceptance determine attitudes towards health information technology? The case of electronic remote blood delivery
Sellen, Kate and Callum, Jeannie (2011) Does technology acceptance determine attitudes towards health information technology? The case of electronic remote blood delivery. In: Annual Symposium of the American Medical Informatics Association, Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare, 2011, Washington DC, USA.
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For many Healthcare Technology Interventions (HIT) attitudes and experiences can have a significant impact on
successful implementations. Within transfusion services it is recognized that differences in perspective between
blood bank staff and nursing staff affect the adoption of safety practices or interventions. This multi-center study
used a questionnaire survey to investigate differences in technology acceptance and attitudes towards Electronic
Remote Blood Delivery (ERBD) between blood bank and operating room staff. The results of the survey revealed a
significant correlation between attitudes and usage of technology and ERBD acceptance and usability scores
(p<.01) as well as a significant effect of role on ERBD acceptance and usability scores (p<.05).
|Item Type:||Conference/Workshop Item (Paper)|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Design|
|Date Deposited:||08 Nov 2016 19:57|
|Last Modified:||04 Feb 2017 07:19|
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