The Implementation of Theory of Planned Behavior in Identifying Behavioral Models of Nursing Documentation in "X" Hospital

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Abstract

Documentation is one of the most important responsibilities of healthcare providers, including nurses. The behavior of documenting nursing care can be influenced by several factors. Theobjective of this study was to identify nursing care documentation behavior based on the Theory ofPlanned Behavior (TPB) in “X “ Hospital.This study used an explanative survey with a cross-sectional approach, at four wards of "X"Hospital. The sample was recruited using the proportional random sampling technique, consistingof 50 respondents, taken according to the inclusion criteria. Research variables were: backgroundfactors (age, sex, education, and knowledge), attitude, subjective norm, perceived behavioralcontrol (PBC), intentions, and nursing documentation behavior. Data were collected using astructured questionnaire and observation sheet, they were analyzed using partial least squares(PLS).The results showed that 1) attitude, subjective norm, and PBC were affected by backgroundfactors (knowledge), 2) intention was affected by PBC and attitude 3) nursing documentationbehaviors were affected by the intention and PBC. The development of behavioral models ofnursing documentation that originally only emphasized routine activity, attitude, and intentions.So,

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1694-1700
Number of pages7
JournalJournal of International Dental and Medical Research
Volume14
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Keywords

  • Health care quality
  • Healthcare
  • Nursing documentation
  • Nursing record
  • Theory of planned behavior

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