Nursing Informatics: The Impact of Nursing Knowledge on Health Care Informatics

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U. Gerdin, M. Tallberg, Paul Wainwright
IOS Press, 1997 - Medical - 630 pages
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This book reflects the evolution of a vibrant discipline in its chosen. The Impact of Nursing Knowledge on health Care Informatics. Nursing Informatics has changed the practice, defining new roles for nursing in education, research, patient care and administration. reaching out into industry, government and consultancies. The range of issues addressed in this book is extraordinary, including nursing language, cognitive skills, education and training, nursing research, systems design, decision support, patient record, patient management, standards and more. It also clarifies values, strategies and practices central to the profession of nursing. This book is a part of the global network, building bridges between teachers, students, clinicians, administrators and researchers around the world and creating a lasting bond.
 

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Contents

A Compositional Approach to Nursing Terminology N Hardiker and J Kirby
3
An Evaluation of the Utility of the Home Health Care Classification for Categorizing
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34
New Challenges for Nursing Informatics M J Ball J V Douglas and B J Hoehn
39
Hospitals on the Track B Schulz and S Steeneck
56
Developing Informatics as a Discipline J P Turley
69
Data Extraction and Archiving for Nursing Research Using a Bedside Clinical
77
Design Implementation of an Automated Questionnaire R L Carr C D Snow
88
Monitoring and Evaluating Benefits of an Automated Patient Care P Welychka
343
a Project Examining Educational Applications
351
SelfStudy Program on HTML Browser Application to Clinical Nursing General
360
Development of ComputerAssisted Thinking
371
A Strategy for Knowledge Development and Structure In Nursing
383
A Prototype Database
389
Implementation of Standardized Nursing Languages NIC NOC in Online Care
395
The VIPS Model Implementation and Validity in Different Areas of Nursing Care
408

Patient Outcomes and NursesClassification Data E J Halloran J M Welton
94
Improving Nursing Documentation to Include Outcomes of Care in Computerized
105
Expected Learning Outcomes in Nursing Studies and the Reality
113
The Status of Technology in Nursing Education Programs in
125
An Informatics Education for Improved Nursing by Introducing and Easy Data
139
Education of Clinical Nurses in Nursing Documentation in Accordance with
145
Multimedia Comes to Theatre S Dakin M Garner
153
Criteria Established in a Delphi
161
The Integration of Controlled Vocabulary Use into Daily
167
The Wisecare Project and the Impact of Information Technology on Nursing
176
Nursing Informatics in Nursing Education V K Saba and J B Riley
185
Keeping Education in Health Informatics on the Right Track C Nohn A Bygholm
201
Partners in Powersharing The Role of Midwives in Information Technology
215
Developing a Generic Health Status Measure for Use in a ComputerBased Outcomes
229
Predicting ARDS
247
Collection of Nursing Minimum DataSet NMDS Could Benefit from Medical
263
Exploring Nursing Knowledge by Using Digital Photography B McGuiness
281
Shared Care and Computer Assistance in Glaucoma Management L Martin
288
Decision Support for Assessing Patient Preferences for Geriatric Care C M Ruland
296
Thinking in Nursing Practice M E Fonteyn
305
g Documentation in the ComputerBased Patient Record K P Walker
313
Nursing Process Redesign with the Implementation of a Computer Based Patient
323
Nursing Process Documentation Effects on Workload and Quality when Using
330
Functional Requirements for IT support for nursing information systems integrated
337
Education and Training in Health Informatics the IT EDUCTRA Project A Hasman
424
Preparing Faculty for Today P L Richard
437
Nurses MEDLINE Usage and Research Utilization P L Prin and M E Mills
451
Implementation of a Patient Management System in a Childrens Hospital
469
Development of a CAI program entitled Introduction to Nursing Process
487
Transforming Resource Utilization Data into Information L M Nagle and K Miller
499
Development of A Computerized Patient Classification and Staffing System
508
A Decade of Experience PF Brennan
521
Reducing Nurses Workload Using a Computerized Nursing Support System Linked
527
Pe tives on the Design and Implementation of an Electronic Medical Record
535
An Online Demonstration
543
Influence on Patient Records and Decision Making C B Thompson
549
Assisting Carers using Telematics Interventions to meet Older Persons
551
SCIENTIFIC IDEMONSTRATIONS
559
Computerbased Patient Classification System Used for Nursing Cost Allocation
567
A Community Nursing Record with Computer support T Holm C Magnusson
573
The Beginning of a Knowledge Buildup Interaction and Partaking Responsibility
577
The First Report about the NICE ProjectNursing Informatics and Computer Aided
591
Representing Heterogeneous Viewpoints of Healthcare Professionals M Schoop
603
Refining and Evaluating a Nursing Diagnosis Taxonomy M Rosenberg
609
K G Charters
615
M M Gillespie
621
Subject Index
627
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