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Table 1 Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Respondents when Grouped According to Gender Gender Male Female Total Frequency

23 43 66 % 34.80 65.20 100.00 Table 2 Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Respondents when Grouped According to Age Age 20 - 22 23 - 25 26 - above Total Frequency 20 41 5 66 % 30.30 62.10 7.60 100.00

Table 3 Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Respondents when Grouped According to Type of Hospital Type of Hospital Primary Secondary Tertiary Total Frequency 14 22 30 66 % 21.20 33.30 45.50 100.00

Table 4.1 Weighted Mean Distribution on the Nurses Level of Concern on

Nursing Informatics in terms of Awareness Items I don't know how can help us here. Nursing Informatics Weighted Mean 1.20 1.64 1.56 1.53 1.77 1.54 Interpretation Slightly Concerned Concerned Concerned Concerned Concerned Concerned

Having to implement Nursing Informatics, does not really affect me now. I don't know what I am supposed to be doing with Nursing Informatics. I don't know how this Nursing Informatics will benefit our patients. At this time I know very little about implementing Nursing Informatics. Overall Mean

Table 4.2 Weighted Mean Distribution on the Nurses Level of Concern on

Nursing Informatics in terms of Informational Items I have a very limited knowledge about Nursing Informatics at this time. I would like to discuss with other staff members the way we will use Nursing Informatics. I would like to find out more about how I'm going to make. I would like to find out more about how Nursing Informatics will prepare us for competition. I would like to know how Nursing Informatics is better than what we did before. Overall Mean Weighted Mean 1.53 2.11 2.24 Interpretation Concerned Concerned Concerned

2.09

Concerned

2.18 2.03

Concerned Concerned

Table 4.3 Weighted Mean Distribution on the Nurses Level of Concern on

Nursing Informatics in terms of Personal Items I am more concerned to know what Nursing Informatics will have on my job security in this organization. I am concerned how using Nursing Informatics will affect my future job prospects in Hospital. I am concerned about my future if Nursing Informatics is successfully implemented here. I am concerned about how Nursing Informatics will affect my work load and changes in my work practices. I would like to know how my job will change when I am using the Nursing Informatics more effectively. Overall Mean Weighted Mean 2.08 Interpretation

Concerned

2.18

Concerned

1.94

Concerned

2.12

Concerned

2.20 2.10

Concerned Concerned

Table 4.4 Weighted Mean Distribution on the Nurses Level of Concern on

Nursing Informatics in terms of Management Items I am concerned about not having enough time to organize myself each day. I am concerned about conflict between my interests and my responsibilities. I am concerned about my inability to manage all Nursing Informatics requires. I am concerned about time spent working with non-academic problems related to this Nursing Informatics. Coordination of tasks and people is taking too much of my time. Weighted Mean 1.48 1.92 1.85 Interpretation Slightly Concerned Concerned Concerned

1.95 1.86

Concerned Concerned

Overall Mean

1.82

Concerned

Table 4.5 Weighted Mean Distribution on the Nurses Level of Concern on

Nursing Informatics in terms of Consequence Items I am concerned about patients attitudes toward Nursing Informatics. I am more concerned about how our patients will benefit from us using Nursing Informatics. I am concerned about finding out if the results of Nursing Informatics are of any benefit to our patients in Hospital. I believe our patients will get better service by us using Nursing Informatics. I would like to use feedback from local staff to change Nursing Informatics practices to suit the needs of our patients. Overall Mean Weighted Mean 2.20 2.27 Interpretation Concerned Highly Concerned

2.15

Concerned

2.17

Concerned

2.06 2.17

Concerned Concerned

Table 4.6 Weighted Mean Distribution on the Nurses Level of Concern on

Nursing Informatics in terms of Collaboration Items I would like to help other staff to improve their use of Nursing Informatics. I would like to develop working relationships with staff within the Region in improving Nursing Informatics. I would like to share with other staff in the area the successes and failures we have had with this Nursing Informatics. Weighted Mean 2.20 Interpretation

Concerned

2.15

Concerned

2.18

Concerned

I would like to work with others to improve how we us Nursing Informatics. I would like to know what other staff are doing with Nursing Informatics Overall Mean

2.26 2.09 2.18

Highly Concerned Concerned Concerned

Table 4.7 Weighted Mean Distribution on the Nurses Level of Concern on

Nursing Informatics in terms of Refocusing Items I now know of some other approaches that might improve how the Nursing Informatics is used in Hospital. I am concerned about revising my use of Nursing Informatics. I would like to change the whole approach of implementing Nursing Informatics. I would like to change our use of Nursing Informatics based on feedback Received. I believe we should now make some major changes to Nursing Informatics Overall Mean Weighted Mean 2.09 Interpretation

Concerned

1.89

Concerned

1.61

Concerned

2.02 2.15 1.95

Concerned Concerned Concerned

Table 4 Summary Table for the Chi-Square Analysis on the Nurses Level of

Concern along the Indicated Stages When Grouped According to Gender


Stages Computed Chi-Square Value 12.346 2.119 2.598 2.353 4.509 0.228 1.181 Probability Value 0.006 0.548 0.458 0.502 0.105 0.892 0.758 Decision at =0.05 level Reject Ho Accept Ho Accept Ho Accept Ho Accept Ho Accept Ho Accept Ho

Awareness Informational Personal Management Consequence Collaboration Refocusing

The table presents the chi-square analysis regarding the significant differences on the nurses level of concern along the indicated stages when grouped according to gender. With regards to awareness, the probability value obtained was 0.006 which is less than the significance level of 0.05. This means that the Null Hypothesis which states that there is no significant difference in the nurses level of concern on awareness when grouped according to gender is rejected. It implies that the nurses level of concern with respect to awareness when grouped according to gender differs significantly with each other. In terms of informational, personal, management, consequence, collaboration and refocusing, the probability values obtained based from the table are greater than the significance level of 0.05. This means that the Null Hypotheses are accepted. It implies that the nurses level of concern in these stages does not vary with respect to gender.

Table 5 Summary Table for the Chi-Square Analysis on the Nurses Level of

Concern along the Indicated Stages When Grouped According to Age


Stages Computed Chi-Square Value 4.091 2.729 4.506 5.526 2.025 3.781 4.163 Probability Value 0.664 0.842 0.608 0.478 0.731 0.436 0.655 Decision at =0.05 level Accept Ho Accept Ho Accept Ho Accept Ho Accept Ho Accept Ho Accept Ho

Awareness Informational Personal Management Consequence Collaboration Refocusing

Table 6 Summary Table for the Chi-Square Analysis on the Nurses Level of

Concern along the Indicated Stages When Grouped According to Type of Hospital
Stages Computed Chi-Square Value 27.878 15.845 4.624 9.919 19.083 9.859 8.187 Probability Value 0.000 0.015 0.593 0.128 0.001 0.043 0.225 Decision at =0.05 level Reject Ho Reject Ho Accept Ho Accept Ho Reject Ho Reject Ho Accept Ho

Awareness Informational Personal Management Consequence Collaboration Refocusing

Table 6 Analysis of Variance(ANOVA)Table on the Nurses Level of Concern

Across the Different Stages


Sum of Squares Level of Concern vs Stages Between Groups Within Groups Total 20.677 104.927 125.604 Df 6 455 461 Mean Square 3.446 14.944 0.231 0.000 Reject Ho F p-value Decision at =0.05 level

The table above presents the analysis of variance regarding the significant difference on the nurses level of concern across the different stages. As shown in the table, the p-value is 0.000 which is less than the significance level of 0.05. Hence, the null hypothesis which states that there is no significant difference on the nurses level

of concern across the different stages is rejected. It means that


in terms of level of concern, a certain stage of concern is significantly higher than any of the other stages. Based on Tables 4.1 4.7, collaboration stage has significantly higher level of concern than any of the stages of concern.