在職進修二技護理系之護理人員對電腦的態度及相關因素之探討

莊宇慧, 莊宇雯

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Abstract

This study attempted to understand the attitudes of two-year RN-BSN nursing students towards computers and explore the determinants of these attitudes in the Tainan and Chiayi area. Subjects were recruited by purposive sampling. One hundred and sixty subjects aged 2 I -50 were enrolled, and the response rate was 93.5%. All data were analyzed through t-test, one-way ANOV A, and Pearson correlation.
The results of the study included the following: (1) The nursing students tented to have a positive attitude towards computers. (2) The nursing students who used computers regularly or had computers at home were more positive toward computers than their peers. (3) Nursing students who knew how to use Word, PowerPoint, and Medline had more positive attitudes toward computers than those who were unfamiliar with these applications. (4) The length of computer use and time spending on-line by nursing students were positively correlated with their attitudes towards computers. (5) The higher the nursing students rated their own computer skills in a self-evaluation, the more positive their attitudes towards computers were. (6) Married nursing students and those in managerial positions were more positive towards computers than the average for the total sample. (7) No correlations existed between age or years of nursing experience and attitudes towards computers. The above findings can not only help nursing educators to plan computer courses in the future, but can also help clinical managers to organize computer lessons for new staff orientation or in-service programs.
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)71-84
Number of pages14
Journal醫護科技學刊
Volume5
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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