Professional Barriers In Nursing Research

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6.3.2: Professional barriers
6.3.2.1: Professional barriers faced by nurses
As per the table, lack of time allowed for learning and training on using EMR was one of the major professional barriers faced by nurses. Lack of healthcare professionals support to EMR system was expressed by 51.8% of nurses as a minor barrier, 10% as a moderate barrier and 2.4% as a major barrier. Lack of motivation to learn and train on using EMRs was rated as a minor barrier by 64.1%, moderate barrier by 19.4% and major barrier by 0.6% of nurses. Out of 170 nurses, 4.7% expressed that lack of time allowed on learning and training on using EMRs was the major professional barrier, 30% expressed as a moderate barrier and 51.2% expressed as a minor barrier. A 17.6%
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A majority of HIM staff, 88.9% expressed that lack of time allowed for learning and training on using EMRs was not a barrier while 11.1% expressed it as a minor barrier. All the HIM staffs stated that EMR system does not slow down work or decreases productivity.
6.3.2.4: Professional barriers faced by dietitians
From the result of the study, it was clear that there were no major professional barriers faced by dietitians in using EMR. Lack of time allowed for learning and training on using EMRs and EMRs adds more professional responsibilities were the minor barriers faced by 57.1% and not a barrier for 42.9% of dietitians. While a lack of motivation to learn and train on using EMRs was another minor barrier experienced by 42.9% and not a barrier by 57.1% of dietitians. Out of 7 dietitians, 85.7% stated lack of healthcare professionals support to EMRs as not a barrier and 14.3% stated as a minor
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About 88.9% found that lack of knowledge of using EMRs as not a barrier and 11.1% as a minor barrier. Lack of experience of computer applications and lack of belief in EMRs were a minor barrier and not a barrier for 33.3% and 66.7% of HIM staffs respectively.
6.3.3.4 Human barriers faced by dietitians
The results showed that there were no major human barriers faced by dietitians in using EMR system. Lack of awareness of importance and benefits of using EMRs and lack of experience using EMRs were a minor barrier for 28.6% of dietitians whereas not a barrier for 71.4% of dietitians. Lack of knowledge of using EMR was not a barrier for 85.7% and a minor barrier for 14.3%. Lack of experience of computer applications and lack of belief in EMRs were the minor barrier and not a barrier for 57.1% and 42.9% of dietitians

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