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Journal of Korean Society of Medical Informatics 2003;9(4):413-421.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4258/jksmi.2003.9.4.413    Published online December 31, 2003.
Formative Evaluation of Standard Terminology-based Electronic Nursing Record System in Clinical Setting
In Sook Cho, H A Park, E J Chung, H S Lee
1College of Nursing, Seoul National University, Korea.
2Bundang Seoul National University Hospital, Korea.

The Objectives
of this study are to evaluate the user satisfaction and actual data input time through an enterprise ICNP-based electronic nursing record system using the controlled vocabulary in a secondary care hospital (BSNUH). Study design is a formative evaluation using the QUIS (Questionnaire user interaction satisfaction) self-reported in a secondary care hospital operating EMR(electronic medical record) system in Korea. Participants were two hundred fifty nurses in BSNUH. All of them were registered nurses participated in day-to-day nursing care during study periods. Participants were asked to fill in the SNCEQ(The Staggers Nursing Computer Experience Questionnaire) and QUIS(Questionnaire for User Interaction Satisfaction). Also requested were the data input time(sec) required for entry of approximately 20 times of nursing documentation tasks and the number of standardized precoordinated phrases used for documenting routine nursing records. The mean score of user satisfaction was 4.56 (SD 1.25) and the mean time of data input and the average number of precoordinated phrases used in nurses notes was 2.25min and 3.7 respectively.

Key Words: Information System Evaluation, Electronic Nursing Record, Nursing Terminology Application


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