The relationship between nurses’ motivation and electronic nursing care documentation in a hospitalinpatient unit
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 803-807
AbstractThe differencein nursescompleting nursing care documentation will harm nurses, patients, and other parties. One of the factors that influences the completeness of the civil care documentation is motivation. This study attemptsto analyze the relationship between nurses’ motivation and the completeness of the electronic nursing caredocumentationat the inpatient installation of apulmonary hospital. This study was a correlational analysis study which employeda cross-sectional design. The respondents in this study were 48 nurses at inpatient unit of a pulmonaryhospital selected by the purposive sampling technique. The Spearman correlation rank statistical test results had a p-value of 0.000, which means that there was a significant relationship between nurses’ motivation and the completeness of electronic nursing care documentation. Meanwhile, the Spearman correlation coefficient value was 0.665. The relationship between nurses’ motivation and completeness of electronic nursing caredocumentationwas indicated with a strong relationship, in which the positive results exhibiteda direct relationship.The resultsdemonstratedthe good result of nurses’motivation and the completeness of electronic nursing care documentation. This study concluded that nurses with good motivation couldincrease the percentage and completeness of electronic nursing care documentation. It is recommended by the hospital to maintain the nurses’ motivation better.
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