publication . Article . 2018

Healthcare professionals’ competence in digitalisation: A systematic review

Jenni Konttila; Heidi Siira; Helvi Kyngäs; Minna Lahtinen; Satu Elo; Maria Kääriäinen; Pirjo Kaakinen; Anne Oikarinen; Miyae Yamakawa; Sakiko Fukui; ...
  • Published: 22 Nov 2018 Journal: Journal of Clinical Nursing, volume 28, pages 745-761 (issn: 0962-1067, eissn: 1365-2702, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Wiley
Aims and objectives To identify key areas of competence for digitalisation in healthcare settings, describe healthcare professionals' competencies in these areas and identify factors related to their competence. Background Digitalisation requires changes in healthcare practices, policies and actions to revise job expectations and workflows. The aspects of patient safety and integration of digitalisation into the professional context necessitate an assessment of healthcare professionals' competencies in digitalisation. Design Systematic review. Methods A systematic review was conducted following Center of Reviews and Dissemination guidelines, including applicatio...
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free text keywords: Information technology, business.industry, business, MEDLINE, Competence (human resources), Patient safety, Medical education, Qualitative research, Psychology, Health care, Organizational culture, Social environment
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