DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATED OF TECHNOLOGICAL COMPETENCY AS CARING IN NURSING INSTRUMENT (TCCNI), LEARNING FROM THE OUTCOMES: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Yuliati, Ignata DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATED OF TECHNOLOGICAL COMPETENCY AS CARING IN NURSING INSTRUMENT (TCCNI), LEARNING FROM THE OUTCOMES: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. AINiC 2017-0. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

Background: Caring in nursing practice is the essence of the human health experience
(Newman, 1991). Caring is embedded in the human relationship between the carer and the cared
for. In today’s human development, the cared for often have caring experiences through the use of
technology. However, there is a wide gap between the technology and human caring experiences.
The use of technology often weakens the human sense taking proper care for the cared for. One
who is technologically proficient may often be perceived incapable of expressing caring. While,
machine technologies and caring in nursing can be harmonious aspects in nursing field. Objectives:
to systematically review the existing literature to identify the supporting guides of the development
and validated of an instrument: Technological Competency as Caring in Nursing Instrument
(TCCNI). Results: A multiple database search was used and 12 articles were reviewed and met
both inclusion and exclusion criteria from 2011–2017. The systematic review yielded three
emerging themes, namely: Technology and caring, Development of an Instrument and Learning
from the Outcomes. Conclusion: The competency to use technology in nursing and the awareness
of nurses that technology is part of caring in nursing need to be assessed. The findings of this study
will facilitate to gain deeper insights, contribute to the repository of knowledge and propose
additional activity to do the “translation, adaptation and validation of instruments or scales for use
in cross-cultural of Indonesian nurses”.
Keywords: Caring in nursing, Technology, Instrument Developmen

Item Type: Article
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Depositing User: Catharina Labore Tatiek Ariyani
Date Deposited: 29 May 2021 05:13
Last Modified: 29 May 2021 05:13
URI: http://repository.stikvinc.ac.id/id/eprint/221

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