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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

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Knowledge Sharing Behavior of Nursing Supervisors in Online Healthcare Communities

Author: SALAH SHEHAB, RABIAH ELADWIAH ABDUL RAHIM, SALINA DAUD
Abstract: Health is perceived to be a part of our everyday life. There are many important factors that correlate positively with knowledge which should be investigated so as to provide methods to develop and improve knowledge-sharing within the healthcare sector. This study examines the effects of individual factors on knowledge-sharing behavior in online healthcare communities (OHC) in Amman, Jordan. A cross-sectional survey was utilized in this study using a self-administered questionnaire by which to collect the data. The total number of usable questionnaires was 283 with a response rate of 84%. The results indicated that the direct effect of individual factors (namely, trust, reciprocity, reputation and the ability to share) on knowledge-sharing behavior is statistically significant. This means that a higher level of these factors would improve the level of knowledge-sharing behavior among nursing supervisors. Moreover, this study provides guidelines for nursing supervisors with regard to adopting and aligning individual factors in order to improve the knowledge-sharing behaviors in online healthcare communities in private hospitals in Jordan.
Keyword: Knowledge-Sharing, Individuals’ Behavior, Sharing Behavior, Success Factors, nursing supervisor, Knowledge Management.
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