The Important Factors to Improve Nurse's Self-Confidence in Utilizing of Nursing Information Systems (SIMKEP)

Friday, 28 July 2017

Dewi Sartika Asril, MKep
Nursing, Poltekkes Kemenkes Riau, Pekanbaru, Sumatera, Indonesia
Tutik Sri Haryati, SKp
Nursing Faculty, Universitas Indonesia, Depok City, West Java, Indonesia

Purpose: A phenomenology study was carried out to explore nurse’s experience about self-efficacy in utilizing nursing information system (SIMKEP) in Bunda Mother and Child Hospital Jakarta, Indonesia, included response, self-confidence, adaptability, factors, barriers, and expectations.

Methods: The method of data collection was the in-depth interview to ten nurses who utilizing SIMKEP in Bunda Mother and Child Hospital Jakarta. Participant recruitment process carried out through cooperation with the Manager of Nursing and Head Nurses in each room. The method used in this research was in-depth interview which was conducted for about 30-45 minutes at the participants. The central question posed in-depth interview were with open-ended question. This question topic was developed based on the dimensions of self-efficacy included magnitude, strength, and Generally. The main tool for collecting data in this study was researchers themselves. The tool used for data collection was a voice recorder to record the verbal expression of participants and handy camcorder to record the participants' nonverbal expression, which was used by permission of the participants. Other tool used was field notes or field notes to help researchers gain an overview of all the events during the process the interview took place. Each completed in-depth interviews with participants, researchers directly create documentation through verbatim transcript and field notes. Furthermore, researchers conducted a data analysis by using Colaizzi. The validity of research data was conducted by credibility, comfirmability, transferability and dependability.

Results: The study found theme about the factors that improve the nurse's self-confidence in utilizing SIMKEP, covering the factors of the nurses, the factor of co-workers. bout reward can improve the self-confidence of nurses in utilizing SIMKEP. The newly found in this study were the emergence of self-confidence in utilizing SIMKEP, shape constraints of co-workers, and expectations about reward can improve the self-confidence of nurses in utilizing SIMKEP.

Conclusion: Recommended to the nurses to improve their self-confidence by increasing the interest to the SIMKEP, learning SIMKEP, often using SIMKEP, and training with co-workers. To the nurse manager is expected to optimize the role and management functions for improving the self-confidence of nurses in utilizing SIMKEP by granting rewards.