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Applying the Technology Acceptance Model to Explore Nursing Students' Behavioral Intention to use Nursing Information Smartphones in a Clinical Setting

Applying the Technology Acceptance Model to Explore Nursing Students' Behavioral Intention to use Nursing Information Smartphones in a Clinical Setting

Computers Informatics Nursing: Cin 40(7): 506-512

PMID: 35120371

The integration of mobile devices and nursing information systems has become a trend in modern clinical practice with various information and communication technologies available. Smartphones are gradually replacing notebooks in clinical practice as a medium for nursing information systems. Clinical nursing practicums are a necessary means for nursing students to foster their professional competence. In addition to professional skills, nursing students must also learn to apply information technologies in clinical settings. This study aimed to understand nursing students' behavioral intention toward nursing information smartphones and to further identify the factors influencing nursing students' behavioral intentions based on the technology acceptance model. A cross-sectional research design was used in this study. Eighty nursing students were recruited from a regional teaching hospital in Central Taiwan. The findings demonstrated that subjects' perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness of nursing information smartphones, as well as their attitude toward using and behavioral intention to use the smartphones, were positive, and they provided constructive feedback and suggestions to improve nursing information systems in hospitals. The findings can serve as a reference for hospitals and clinical training institutions seeking to integrate nursing information systems in clinical nursing education.

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