The Systems Engineering Initiative for Patient Safety 2.0 framework guides research involving a patient safety construct focused on unintended consequences of the electronic health record and nurses' cognitive load concepts. Theory analysis led to the SEIPS 2.0 framework adaptation to illustrate, define, and predict propositional relationships.
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Learning Outcome: After completing this learning activity, the learner will be able to discuss how an adapted theory can be applied to nursing research to advance the study and understanding of unintended consequences of the electronic health record and cognitive load.