Development of educational information with Rama bronchoscopy QR code

Authors

  • Chariya Laohavich Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hosital, Mahidol University

Keywords:

bronchoscopy, educational information of bronchoscopy, QR code, Life satisfaction

Abstract

This study aimed to develop and evaluate educational Information for patients undergoing bronchoscopy and satisfaction with educational Information with Rama Bronchoscopy QR Code. The samples consisted of 157 who were undergoing bronchoscopy. Data were collected by encourage patients to use educational Information with Rama Bronchoscopy QR Code between January to June, 2018 and evaluate by using satisfaction questionnaire of educational Information with Rama Bronchoscopy QR Code. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistic.

The results showed that the mean score of total four aspects of the satisfaction on the “Educational Information with Rama Bronchoscopy QR Code” were at a high level. For instance, the value of the “Educational Information with Rama Bronchoscopy QR Code” were updated, comfortable and timely used and patients rated as a high level. In addition, the purpose of self- preparation of Bronchoscopy was relevancy, safety with clearly graphic and friendly used.

The study suggests that healthcare providers should consider to implement this educational Information with Rama Bronchoscopy QR Code to promote patients access to convenience and friendly used information for preparation of bronchoscopy.

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Published

2022-03-12

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