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Nursing Informatics Where Caring and Technology Meet

ISBN-10: 0387989234
ISBN-13: 9780387989235
Edition: 3rd 2000 (Revised)
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Description: To meet the demands created for a new generation of nurses at the threshold of the millennium, the editors of Nursing Informatics have prepared this revised third edition of the premier reference text that has defined the role of technology in  More...

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Book details

List price: $109.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Springer
Publication date: 3/30/2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 445
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.782
Language: English

To meet the demands created for a new generation of nurses at the threshold of the millennium, the editors of Nursing Informatics have prepared this revised third edition of the premier reference text that has defined the role of technology in nursing. The book addresses three main areas: nursing informatics education, enabling technologies, and emerging trends. Core chapters and appendices from the first and second editions have been updated and expanded. New chapters on project management, consumer informatics, data mining, electronic medical imaging, and telehealth have been added by contributors who provided examples of integration of technology into nursing, rather than theory.Readers will be apprised of the latest developments in: Curricula, competencies, and careers Clinical capabilities-usability, nomenclature, and data mining Approaches to projects and people Clinical support-decision making, and care delivery Telenursing, telehealth, and telecommunications Web and Internet-based resourcesMarion J. Ball, Ed.D., is a professor at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, a vice president of the First Consulting Group, a member of the Institute of Medicine. Coeditor of Springer-Verlags Health Informatics series, she is actively involved in a wide range of health informatics applications in the public and private sectors.Kathryn J. Hannah, R.N., Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences at the University of Calgary, and vice president and chief health informatician at Sierra Systems Consultants, Inc. She chairs the board of directors of HEALNet (Health Evidence Application and Linkage Network) and is coeditor of Springer-Verlags Health Informatics serious.Susan K. Newbold, M.S., R.N., is a doctoral candidate with emphasis on nursing informatics and an instructor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. She is the founder and cochair of the Capital Area Roundtable on Informatics in NursinG (CARING), and associate editor of Computers in Nursing.Judith V. Douglas, M.A., M.H.S.., is a manager at the First Consulting Group, and a lecturer at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. A columnist for MD Computing, and a member of several editorial boards, she is a published writer and editor in the areas of nursing and healthcare informatics.

Kathryn J. Hannah, PhD, RN, is President of Hannah Educational & Consulting Services, Inc. and Professor, Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, at the University of Calgary, both in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Dr. Hannah is the Senior Editor of Springer�s Health Informatics Series.Marion J. Ball, Ed.D, is Vice President of Clinical Informatics Strategies at Healthlink, Inc. and Professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, both in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Dr. Ball is the Co-Editor of Springer�s Health Informatics Series.Bonnie Wesorick, RN, MSN, is the Founder and CEO of the Clinical Practice Model Resource Center (CPMRC) in Grand Rapids, MI. Bonnie is the Chairperson of the CPMRC Associate Consortium. Her innovative work around CPMRC's mission to co-create and sustain the best places to practice and the best places to receive care has brought healthcare providers from around the world together.

Foreword
Foreword
Series Preface
Preface
Acknowledgments
An Evolving Discipline
Overview: New Directions in Nursing Informatics Education
Nursing and Informatics
Academic Preparation in Nursing Informatics
An International Perspective on Nursing Informatics Education
Using Computers in Basic Nursing Education, Continuing Education, and Patient Education
Butterflies, Bonsai, and Buonarotti: Images for the Nurse Annlyst
New Roles for Nurses in Healthcare Information Systems
Enabling Technologies
Overview: Information Technology: Difference Engine of the New Millennium
Capabilities
Usability Concepts and Clinical Computing
Solving the Vocabulary Problem
Determining Essential Nursing Information: Nursing Terms, Concept Representation, and Data Elements
Knowledne Discovery in Large Data Sets: A Primer for Data Mining Applications in Health Care
Electronic Imaging: Concept Overview and Application to Nursing
Approaches
Informatics and Organizational Change
Nursing Informatics Consultancy: How to Select a Nursing Informatics Consultant
Nursing Considerations for the Selection of Healthcare Information Systems
Project Management: Informatics
Nurses' Responsibilities in the Implementation of Information Systems
Applications
The Automation of Clinical Pathways
Point-of-Care Information Systems: State of the Art
Introducing Nursing Information Systems in the Clinical Setting
Healthcare Information Systems
Management Information Systems for the Nurse Executive
Emerging Trends
Overview: Emerging Trends in Nursing Informatics
Nursing's Future: Ubiquitous Computing, Virtual Reality, and Augmented Reality
Electronic Resources for Nursing
Consumer Health Informatics
Information Management in Home Care
The Nurse's Role in Telehealth
Health-Oriented Telecommunications
Appendices
Electronic Resources for Nursing
Healthcare Websites
Index
Contributors

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