Sociotechnical approach toward organizational leaders accepting technology: A conceptual relationship
Adam J. Morse, BScN, BSc, RN; Ryan Chan, MScN, RN -- Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada
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Positive leadership styles are associated with better patient outcomes, increased nurse retention, and higher levels of job satisfaction. As technological innovation continues to influence healthcare practice, it is valuable to promote leadership styles that support clinical units while fostering successful integration of new technology through this proposed relationship.
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