Nurses' Attitudes Toward Implementing Disruptive Change: Does Change Management Matter?

Identification: jin_19N3_A2
Volume: 4
Issue: 3


This research focused on examining organizational and individual readiness factors which may support developing nurses’ attitudes and behaviors for implementing disruptive technology. Regression modeling techniques were utilized. Results showed that the most significant factors included levels of perceived organizational readiness for change, perceived appropriateness of change, and demographic variables such as healthcare setting, highest educational level, and age.


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