AAMC participating in research study on the Electronic Health Record — need your input!
AAMC is participating in a multi-site research study with Baylor Scott & White Health (Texas) and MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center (Maryland) conducted by Rand Obeidat, an Information Systems doctoral student at UMBC .
The purpose of the study is to evaluate nurse’s belief and readiness for changes related to the electronic medical record. Your participation will provide staff nurses with an opportunity to contribute to scientific knowledge, and possibly lead to more successful transformation change efforts at AAMC and other similar health care systems. This study is open to all direct- care RNs (spend greater than 50% of their time providing care to patients) and who are employed full or part time (minimum of 20 hours per week) at AAMC who use the EHR.
Interested? Please read the Letter of Invitation to learn more about the opportunity to participate in this research study. If you agree to participate, you may then complete the online survey.
We recognize your time is important. While you will not be compensated for your participation, a raffle drawing for $50 gift card will be offered. The survey will take 20-30 minutes to complete.
If you have questions about this survey, please contact Cathaleen Ley at firstname.lastname@example.org (Study Site Principle Investigator). If you encounter technical problems with the survey, please call Rand Obeidat at 240-406-3970.