The purpose of this study was to examine the meaning and structure of nurses' computer using experience. To do this, we conducted a total of three interviews with 11 nurses working between the ages of 26 and 48. Interview data were interpreted using Giori method (1985) and Lincoln & Guba method (1985). As a result, 112 semantic units were derived, and then 18 sub-components were divided into 5 final components. As a result of the analysis, the computer experience that the nurses used in the hospital consisted of ‘used for almost every task’, ‘usefulness’, ‘important’, ‘convenience’, ‘burden’, ‘anxiety’, desire’, simple work level’, ‘no problems’, ‘eye, muscle and movement discomfort’, ‘depends on task’, ‘more complex’, ‘accuracy’, ‘organize contents’, ‘simple’, ‘incomparable’, and ‘easy’. Based on the above conclusions, the nurses' experiences of using the computer in the hospital could be concluded as follows. Currently, almost all nursing jobs in hospitals are using computers. However, most of the tasks related to simple computer tasks related to the ability to use the computer was low, and because of this, the computer did not work properly, or when new programs were introduced to feel the burden and anxiety, want more systematic computer education Found. Especially, according to the career, the difference between computer and hand work was different, Nurses over 20 years said that computers can handle simple tasks that are a bit more complicated than manual tasks, whereas emotional tasks were handicapped, in the 10 to 20 years of experience, computer work was more accurate and appropriate to organize content, Nurses under 10 years were not only easy to work with computers but also have no experience in manual work, they could not compare the computer and the hand work. This study suggests that the use of computers in nurses' work is essential and that more systematic computer-based education should be provided. In addition, due to the nature of the nursing service, the professional opinions of the nurses should be reflected in the development of programs for the emotional nursing work.
2. Research Method
2.1 Research Design
2.2 Research Participants
2.3 Data collection
2.4 Ethical considerations
2.5 Data analysis
3.1 Computer Usage Level
3.2 Attitudes to computers
3.3 Ability to use the computer
3.4 Computer use and physical symptoms.
3.5 Comparing computer and manual tasks