Job Satisfaction

[Efficiency of computer-based documentation in long-term care--preliminary project].

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Publication Date: 
Jul 08, 2008

In Germany the documentation of processes in long-term care is mainly paper-based. Planning, realization and evaluation are not supported in an optimal way. In a preliminary study we evaluated the consequences of the introduction of a computer-based documentation system using handheld devices.

An experience sampling study of learning, affect, and the demands control support model.

Publication Date: 
Jul 14, 2009

The demands control support model (R. A. Karasek & T. Theorell, 1990) indicates that job control and social support enable workers to engage in problem solving. In turn, problem solving is thought to influence learning and well-being (e.g., anxious affect, activated pleasant affect).

The role of information technology usage in physician practice satisfaction.

Publication Date: 
Oct 27, 2009

BACKGROUND: Despite the growing use of information technology (IT) in medical practices, little is known about the relationship between IT and physician satisfaction.

Time and motion study of anesthesiologists' workflow in German hospitals.

Publication Date: 
Oct 21, 2011

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to investigate anesthesiologists' workflow in real time.

METHODS: Anesthesiologists were observed for a total of 60 workdays. All tasks performed during this time were recorded in real time.

[The hospital organization as the staff see it].

Publication Date: 
Oct 04, 2002

BACKGROUND: Reorganisation has become the slogan of how to improve health service without increasing expenses. The question is whether we have the knowledge necessary to build good hospital organisations.