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Table 5 Questionnaire

From: Critical factors influencing physicians’ intention to use computerized clinical practice guidelines: an integrative model of activity theory and the technology acceptance model

Item no. Item description
1. CMP1 The clinical guidelines provided by computerized CPGs is easy to understand.
2. CMP2 The clinical guidelines provided by computerized CPGs is easy to be tried.
3. CMP3 The use of computerized CPGs does not limited to specific tools and supports.
4. CMP4 The use of computerized CPGs does not need extra assistants from specific IT personnel.
5. PU1 The use of computerized CPGs can improve patient care quality.
6. PU2 The use of computerized CPGs can improve work efficiency.
7. PU3 The computerized CPGs is useful for training and education activities.
8. PU4 The computerized CPGs is helpful in providing adequate care quality within affordable costs.
9. PU5 The computerized CPGs can provide sufficient medical evidence for protecting physicians when lawsuits occurred.
10. COM1 Using computerized CPGs is compatible with existing electronic medical record systems.
11. COM2 The computerized CPGs is compatible with existing computer hardware and devices.
12. COM3 The computerized CPGs is compatible with my job characteristic.
13. COM4 The computerized CPGs is compatible with my working processes.
14. PE1 Learning to use computerized CPGs is easy for me.
15. PE2 The computerized CPGs provides adequate instruments in assisting its use.
16. PE3 It is easy to use computerized CPGs in obtaining required patient information.
17. ATT1 Using computerized CPGs will inhibit the innovation in clinical diagnosis and treatment.
18. ATT2 Using computerized CPGs will challenge physicians’ autonomy.
19. ATT3 The computerized CPGs is inflexible and hard to be applied to deal with the problems of individual patients.
20. ATT4 The computerized CPGs can help to deal with complex decision-making problems.
21. ATT5 The computerized CPGs can improve the quality of patient care.
22. ATT6 The computerized CPGs can facilitate the relationships between physicians and patients.
23. TU1 When executing my clinical task, the level of variety in regard to situations, intervening individuals and activities is high.
24. TU2 There are often ad-hoc problems encountered in my job and less guidelines can be used to deal with those problems.
25. TU3 The execution of my task usually deals with new problems.
26. SI1 Top managers support the use of computerized CPGs.
27. SI2 Top managers encourage to use computerized CPGs in our job processes.
28. SI3 I will use the computerized CPGs when my colleagues and peers think I should use computerized CPGs.
29. SI4 My colleagues and peers recognized the use of computerized CPGs is a right decision for me.
30. OS1 It can reduce my workload when the organization provides sufficient human resources.
31. OS2 I will use computerized CPGs to minimize my work pressures when the organization provides sufficient time of patient care.
32. OS3 I will use the computerized CPGs in improving clinical diagnosis and treatment activities when the organization provides adequate medical equipment and devices.
33. ITU1 I intend to use computerized CPGs when clinical decision making is required.
34. ITU2 The computerized CPGs will be my major tools in assisting my clinical diagnosis and treatment activities.