The acceptability of telemedicine cabin by students

Abstract : Telemedicine solutions are invading our daily life (applications, cabin …). The aim of this research is to have a better understanding of the acceptance of telemedicine cabins by young adults. A quantitative approach has been selected using the Theory of Acceptance Model (TAM), the Perceived Personalisation and Trusting Belief scales. A survey was administrated to students from different business schools and data were analysed using a Partial Least Approach. A sample of 158 students was collected. Findings highlight the key role of Trusting Beliefs on Perceived Personalization. In addition, results demonstrate that Perceived Ease of Use does not impact the Intention to Use Telemedicine cabin.
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Patricia Baudier, Chantal Ammi, Galina Kondrateva. The acceptability of telemedicine cabin by students. RNI Forum Innovation IX & Summer School. "Innovation for Health, Innovation for Life", Jul 2019, Naples, Italy. ⟨hal-02264463⟩



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