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Clinician practices while using health information system security in Australian public hospitals: data

Monash University
Dr Juanita Fernando (Aggregated by)
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Juanita Fernando (Monash University) has investigated and collected data on health privacy and security at the point of patient care and the way clinicians work with health privacy at the point of care. Data was obtained by interviewing 23 clinicians at 3 Victorian tertiary public hospitals and collating responses. The researcher also added her own thoughts and analysis as notes on each file. The result is a thematic report of aggregated participant feedback based on State and Federal Governments eHealth applications trials in 2006 related to what clinicians had experienced using these applications in a clinical environment.

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1 NVIVO database (rtf); 1 excel file (xml); 23 sound files (mpv) 23 questionnaires (doc); 23 transcripts (doc); HL7v3 object oriented health communication standard handbook

Data time period: 2006 to 2007

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