Nursing Informatics '91: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Nursing Use of Computers and Information Science, Melbourne, Australia, April 14-17, 1991
The papers included in these proceedings of the Fourth In- ternational Conference on Nursing Use of Computers and In- formation Science held in Melbourne, Australia April 14-17, 1991 are a reflection on how nurses are managing information in every facet of health care, including health and nursing administration/management, nursing practice in hospital and community nursing, nursing and patient education, and nur- sing/informatics knowledge base and research. These procee- dings record the many issues associated with nursing infor- matics and represent the current developmental stages in various countries,, including the problems, solutions and experiences encountered regarding computer usage, bynurses. Many of the contributors are well known as leaders in this field. This book is for those who wish to know about the la- test developments in nursing informatis, for those who wish to identify trends and issues, and for those who wish to learn from the experience of others.
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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN HEALTH CARE
Benefits to nursing of standardized application protocols
History Progress and the Future in Nursing Informatics
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