[SOLUTION] Evaluation of Healthcare Professionals
· This task is part of writing a final dissertation: An evaluation of healthcare professionals’ digital skills and their opinion towards information systems The primary reference to base on for writing is: Kuek A, Hakkennes S. Healthcare staff digital literacy levels and their attitudes towards information systems. Health Informatics J. 2020 Mar;26(1):592-612. doi: 10.1177/1460458219839613. Epub 2019 Apr 15. PMID: 30983476. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1460458219839613 · I want your help with the following: 1. Introductory chapter as follows: (1700 words) 1.1 Background (general introduction about the topic) 1.2 Research Focus 1.3 Overall Research Aim and Individual Research Objectives 1.4 Outline Research Methods and Timescales 1.5 Value of this Research 2. Background chapter (Literature Review) as follows: (3000 words) 2.1 Background (General definitions and information about the research topic) 2.2 Literature Review (To be composed of directly related studies to the topic) 2.3 Summary of the chapter (Must support the aim of the research) · Important points to consider: – Literature Review should be on studies within the last five years or less. – To share each section when it’s ready. – Related references total should be 10-15 references. – Harvard referencing style. – To pass Turnitin check. · Document guidelines: – Assignments should be submitted in either MS Word – Use standard margins: 1″ (2.5cm) on all sides. – Use standard Arial 12-point font size. – Use double-line spacing – Pages should be numbered consecutively · Some references to start searching from: Buntin, M.B., Burke, M.F., Hoaglin, M.C. and Blumenthal, D., 2011. The benefits of health information technology: a review of the recent literature shows predominantly positive results. Health Affairs, [e-journal] 30 (3), pp.464-471. De Veer, A.J. and Francke, A.L., 2010. Attitudes of nursing staff towards electronic patient records: a questionnaire survey. International journal of nursing studies, [e-journal] 47 (7), pp.846-854. Konttila, J., Siira, H., Kyngäs, H., Lahtinen, M., Elo, S., Kääriäinen, M., Kaakinen, P., Oikarinen, A., Yamakawa, M. and Fukui, S., 2019. Healthcare professionals competence in digitalisation: A systematic review. Journal of Clinical Nursing, [e-journal] 28 (5-6), pp.745-761. Murphy, J., 2010. Nursing and technology: a love/hate relationship. Nursing Economics, [e-journal] 28 (6), pp.405. Nohl-Deryk, P., Brinkmann, J.K., Gerlach, F.M., Schreyögg, J. and Achelrod, D., 2018. Barriers to digitalisation of healthcare in Germany: a survey of experts. Gesundheitswesen (Bundesverband der Arzte des Offentlichen Gesundheitsdienstes (Germany)), [e-journal] 80 (11), pp.939-945. Rocha, Á, Adeli, H., Reis, L.P. and Costanzo, S., 2018. Trends and Advances in Information Systems and Technologies: Volume 1. [e-book] Springer. Available through Google. Sensmeier, J., 2011. Transforming nursing practice through technology and informatics. Nursing management, [e-journal] 42 (11), pp.20-23. Sewerin, P., Ostendorf, B., Hueber, A.J. and Kleyer, A., 2018. Big data in imaging. Zeitschrift fur Rheumatologie, [e-journal] 77 (3), pp.203-208.
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