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Table 2 (a) Respondent characteristics and descriptive statistics for (b) perceptions, (c) acceptance, and (d) use

From: Nurses’ perceptions, acceptance, and use of a novel in-room pediatric ICU technology: testing an expanded technology acceptance model

(a) Respondent characteristics (N = 167) Count (%)
 Age
  18–29 73 (44.8)
  30–39 52 (31.9)
  40–49 19 (11.7)
  50–59 15 (9.2)
  60+ 4 (2.5)
 Gender
 Female 150 (91.5)
 Race and ethnicity
 White/European American 157 (96.9)
 Black/African American 2 (1.2)
 Asian 1 (0.6)
 American Indian/Alaska Native 1 (0.6)
 No response 5 (3.0)
 % Hispanic, of those responding 5 (3.1)
 Years of experience with any EHR/current EHR
  0–1 9 (5.7)/31 (18.8)
  1–2 19 (12.0)/30 (18.2)
  2–3 77 (48.7)/104 (63.0)
   > 3 53 (33.5)/0 (0.0)
 Years at hospital
  Mean (SD) 8.9 (9.2)
(b) Perceptions (N = 167) Mean (SD)
 Perceived ease of use, expanded 3.88 (1.52)
 Perceived usefulness, traditional 2.03 (1.71)
 Perceived usefulness for patient/family involvement, contextualized 2.58 (1.81)
 Perceived usefulness for care delivery, contextualized 2.05 (1.79)
 Social influence, institutional 2.84 (1.70)
 Social influence, patient/family 2.04 (1.91)
 Training on system 1.06 (1.39)
(c) Acceptance (N = 167) Mean (SD)
 Satisfaction with system 2.16 (1.66)
 Intention to use system 2.32 (1.62)
(d) Use (N = 167) Mean (SD)
 Complete use of system 1.89 (1.52)
  1. EHR electronic health record system; The response scale for perceptions, acceptance, and use was 0 (not at all), 1 (a little), 2 (some), 3 (a moderate amount), 4 (pretty much), 5 (quite a lot), 6 (a great deal)