Qualitative Analysis of Faculty Awareness of Nursing Informatics and Education Culture
Al-Saadi, R. (2016) Qualitative Analysis of Faculty Awareness of Nursing Informatics and Education Culture, no. 102.
Background The use of information systems in the healthcare sector as part of the overall promotion of hospital information systems (HIS) is a practice that has become very popular lately. Its popularity is due to the benefits it presents with respect to general healthcare delivery. In the training of nurses and other health professionals, the promotion of HIS is done through nursing informatics. Aim The current proposal is presented with the aim of examining the level of Faculty awareness of nursing informatics and education culture. Method This is to be done through the use of qualitative research methods. This means that the researcher shall engage respondents in an in-depth data collection process that will not require the use of any numeric indices or statistical applications. A purposive sampling technique will be used to select 10 respondents, all of whom are nurses receiving training at an identified hospital. A focus group research design shall be applied with the selected sample. As part of the focus group research design, the researcher shall interview respondents.