Published on in Vol 3, No 1 (2020): Jan-Dec

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/13996, first published .
Understanding the Association Between Electronic Health Record Satisfaction and the Well-Being of Nurses: Survey Study

Understanding the Association Between Electronic Health Record Satisfaction and the Well-Being of Nurses: Survey Study

Understanding the Association Between Electronic Health Record Satisfaction and the Well-Being of Nurses: Survey Study

Journals

  1. Jedwab R, Hutchinson A, Manias E, Calvo R, Dobroff N, Glozier N, Redley B. Nurse Motivation, Engagement and Well-Being before an Electronic Medical Record System Implementation: A Mixed Methods Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(5):2726 View
  2. Kernebeck S, Busse T, Jux C, Meyer D, Dreier L, Zenz D, Zernikow B, Ehlers J. Participatory Design of an Electronic Medical Record for Paediatric Palliative Care: A Think-Aloud Study with Nurses and Physicians. Children 2021;8(8):695 View
  3. Pinevich Y, Clark K, Harrison A, Pickering B, Herasevich V. Interaction Time with Electronic Health Records: A Systematic Review. Applied Clinical Informatics 2021;12(04):788 View
  4. Ebnehoseini Z, Tabesh H, Deghatipour A, Tara M. Development an extended-information success system model (ISSM) based on nurses’ point of view for hospital EHRs: a combined framework and questionnaire. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2022;22(1) View
  5. Khairat S, Zalla L, Gartland A, Seashore C. Association Between Proficiency and Efficiency in Electronic Health Records Among Pediatricians at a Major Academic Health System. Frontiers in Digital Health 2021;3 View
  6. Kernebeck S, Busse T, Jux C, Dreier L, Meyer D, Zenz D, Zernikow B, Ehlers J. Evaluation of an Electronic Medical Record Module for Nursing Documentation in Paediatric Palliative Care: Involvement of Nurses with a Think-Aloud Approach. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(6):3637 View
  7. Livaudais M, Deng D, Frederick T, Grey-Theriot F, Kroth P. Perceived Value of the Electronic Health Record and Its Association with Physician Burnout. Applied Clinical Informatics 2022;13(04):778 View
  8. Kernebeck S, Jux C, Busse T, Meyer D, Dreier L, Zenz D, Zernikow B, Ehlers J. Participatory Design of a Medication Module in an Electronic Medical Record for Paediatric Palliative Care: A Think-Aloud Approach with Nurses and Physicians. Children 2022;9(1):82 View
  9. Jedwab R, Hutchinson A, Manias E, Calvo R, Dobroff N, Redley B. Change in nurses’ psychosocial characteristics pre- and post-electronic medical record system implementation coinciding with the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic: pre- and post-cross-sectional surveys. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2022;163:104783 View
  10. Chang H, Lai P, Jiang J. Nurses' Acceptance of and Satisfaction With the Advanced Cardiac Life Support Electronic Information System in Emergency Departments and Critical Care Units. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2023;41(4):215 View
  11. Clermont G. The Learning Electronic Health Record. Critical Care Clinics 2023;39(4):689 View
  12. Lintz J. Provider Satisfaction With Artificial Intelligence–Based Hand Hygiene Monitoring System During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Study of a Rural Medical Center. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine 2023;22(3):197 View