Document Type

Article

Publication Date

3-2022

Abstract

Past research has explored the link between computer-mediated communication (CMC) and task performance, but it remains unclear how (i.e., under what mechanisms) CMC impacts task performance. Drawing on media naturalness theory and the stimulus-organism-response model as our theoretical framework, we develop a research model and describe how simulation-based EHR training (a type of CMC) can improve EHR-based task performance by mitigating stress. We empirically test the model with a unique experimental dataset from EHR lab assessment and questionnaires that 225 participants completed. The structural equation modeling analysis results show that simulation EHR training helped improve EHR-based task performance (both effectiveness and efficiency) by reducing perceived stress. We discuss theoretical and practical implications, limitations, and future research.

Publication Title

Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction

DOI

10.17705/1thci.00161

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