Background: Induction is the knowledge that the person entering should acquire regarding the history of the organization, its structure, marketing and commercial scheme; company policies regarding personnel, hygiene and safety, environment; occupational health programs, quality, culture, mission, values.Aim: To describe the perception of induction in the use of the oncohematologic electronic health record (EHR) for the safe administration of antineoplastic chemotherapy.Methods: Descriptive, cross-sectional research; the sample consisted of 55 units of analysis. A semi-structured questionnaire was used as an instrument.Results: There is a statistically significant difference in the perception of organizational culture (P = 0.040) and between seniority in the institution with the induction of EHR training (P = 0.012), with professional nurses of 1.26±0.44 and for Licensed 1.06±0.24, seniority in the institution ranged in groups of 1-4 years and 5 to 9 years. Cytostatic preparation and seniority in the institution (P=0.020). The group with more than 25 years of seniority in the institution have the responsibility for the preparation of cytostatics 4.90±0.30 (P<0.05).Conclusions: It is not homogeneous how the organizational culture is perceived by the different professional levels. In relation to seniority, the majority are female, graduates and young adults. EHR induction is perceived by professionals as an institutional strategy for patient safety culture. Likewise, EHR practices show that it is used by qualified personnel in the administration of cytostatics.
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