Nurses' Role in Implementing and Sustaining Acute Telemedicine: A Mixed-Methods, Pre-Post Design Using an Extended Technology Acceptance Model
Kathleen Bagot, Natasha Moloczij, Lauren Arthurson, Casey Hair, Shaun Hancock, Christopher F Bladin, Dominique A Cadilhac
Journal of Nursing Scholarship | WILEY | Published : 2019
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council research fellowship
This project has been supported through funding from the Windermere Foundation, the State Government of Victoria: Department of Business and Innovation and Department of Healthand Human Services, Monash University, and the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health. Dominique Cadilhac holds a National Health and Medical Research Council research fellowship (1154273). Professors Bladin and Cadilhac have received restricted educational grants from Boehringer Ingelheim. The authors would like to acknowledge and thank members of the Victorian Stroke Telemedicine Program Steering and Management Committees, along with Working Group members, who provided oversight and direction in relation to this project. We also acknowledge each of the site coordinators who were responsible for implementation of the clinical protocol, and contributed to data collection at each hospital; and the former and current members of the VST Program implementation and evaluation team from the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health and Monash University, particularly Karen Biddiscombe, Joosup Kim, and Nancy Pompeani for assistance with data management and project support. Finally, we would like to thank Ian Mosley for conducting some of the interviews and, in particular, each of the clinicians who participated. Clinical Resources Centre of Research Excellence in Telehealth, University of Queensland Australia. Victorian Stroke Telemedicine. World Health Organization. Health and sustainable development: Telehealth.