Computers in Small Bytes: A Workbook for Healthcare Professionals

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2000 - Computers - 328 pages
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The lessons in this valuable workbook provide a foundation for understanding the computer world & reflect the changes essential to being literate in computers & information use. Employing healthcare models, this book is as easily adaptable to introductory computer courses for health professionals as to classes in nursing fundamentals or administration. Computers in Small Bytes explains hardware, popular software programs, operating systems, research applications, & computer assisted communication, including sections on information access, evaluation and use, & the Worldwide Web.
 

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Contents

Computer SystemsHardware and Software
7
The Computer and Its Operating System Environment
29
software ApplicationsCommon Tasks
69
Introduction to word Processing
93
Exercises
125
Spreadsheet
157
Introduction to Databases
181
Using the World Wide Web
207
IO ComputerAssisted Communication
241
InformationAccess Evaluation and Use
263
Health Care Informatics and Information Systems
297
Bibliography
311
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