看護師の情報ニーズと情報探索行動 : 慈恵医大医学部看護学科平成12年度卒業生を対象にしたアンケート調査 [in Japanese] Information needs and behavior of clinical nurses [in Japanese]
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Because information literacy is important for nurses, it has been studied by many researchers in Europe and America. We have taught information science to third-year students at the Jikei University School of Nursing. We investigated information needs and information behavior of graduates of the school to evaluate the effects of training. A questionnaire was sent to 34 graduates with about 3 years of clinical experience. The return rate was 58.8%. The questionnaire showed that half of the respondents remembered the contents of information science training. Two-thirds had used the library of the Jikei University. Seventy percent of respondents needed information for care, and 80% got the information from academic joumals. Seventy-five percent wanted the library to be easy to access and use. We intend to improve the information science training program for undergraduates and to expand the contents of information services for graduates on the basis of these results.
- Nursing and information : journal of the Japan Nursing Library Association
Nursing and information : journal of the Japan Nursing Library Association 11(0), 42-48, 2004
The Japan Nursing Library Association