Recruiting stakeholders to explore their experiences using electronic health records.
The STANDING Collaboration is inviting healthcare professionals to provide feedback on their experiences of electronic health records. The purpose of this study is to explore the experiences and perspectives of healthcare professionals, specifically medical practitioners and nurses who have used electronic health record systems in primary healthcare settings or tertiary teaching hospitals.
This project is part of a NHMRC Program Grant and has been approved by The University of South Australia’s Human Research Ethics Committee.
We invite medical practitioners and nurses who use electronic health records during the course of their work to attend either a 90 minute focus group or participate in a 45 minute one-to-one interview. The focus groups will be conducted at the Centre for Population Health Research, Level 8, SAHMRI, North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, while interviews can be conducted via telephone.
All participants will receive a $100 Coles-Myer gift card. Furthermore, your participation in the study may be recognised through Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points, however you will need to check local requirements with your National Board or College.
If you wish to participate please contact Jacque Stephens on (08) 83021339 or via email at Jacqueline.Stephens@unisa.edu.au
Please distribute this within your professional healthcare networks.