Successful implementation of a Nursing Information System (NIS) depends on promoting nursing user acceptance of the system. In this chapter, the focus is on identifying and responding to sources of resistance to information systems and computers in health care and the management of change.
KeywordsNursing Practice Unrealistic Expectation Infrastructure Element Informatics Environment Preceding Chapter
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