6 edition of Essentials of Computers for Nurses found in the catalog.
September 14, 2000
by McGraw-Hill/Appleton & Lange
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||555|
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This edition of Essentials of Nursing Informatics is highlighted by an outstanding team of international contributors and content that reflects the very latest concepts, technologies, policies, and required skills. Numerous case studies take the book beyond theory and add real-world relevance to the material. Inside this book, it says it meant for student nurses and perhaps the book title should reflect that. If you are new to pharmacology, it is a helpful intro, but doesn't really give any meat to the subject (to be fair, the authors do say this and encourage the reader to research more)/5(38).
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: Essentials of Computers for Nurses (): Saba, Virginia K., McCormick, Kathleen Ann: BooksFormat: Paperback. Essentials of Computers for Nurses provides a strong foundation for busy professionals, researchers, and administrators in health care organizaitons.
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Essentials of computers for nurses. Written by leaders in nursing informatics,this comprehensive,up-to-date text explores computers' many key roles in nursing today. Packed with insights and examples from today's hospitals and practices,Essentials of Computers for Nurses provides timely guidance on: *Computer applications in critical care,community health,and ambulatory careCited by: Packed with insights and examples from Essentials of Computers for Nurses book hospitals and practices,Essentials of Computers for Nurses provides timely guidance on: *Computer applications in critical care,community health,and ambulatory care *Controversies,including health care policy,privacy,confidentiality,and security *Computing tools for administration and management.
Read Book Now Essentials of Computer for Nurses. Hrmmm there's a few reasons why this quiz made me unhappy: (a) you need a basic theory book, but Sipser's not necessarily better than Hopcroft/Ullman, and certainly less complete regarding automata and languages.
anyone hoping to be less more than a theory tyro needs at least Computers and Intractability, Approximation Algorithms, Randomized Algorithms and a satchel's worth of math books.
Despite the fact that nursing informatics is entering its third decade as a specialty, many definitions still exist to describe the field. 1, 2 In fact, authors have directed substantial efforts toward creating definitions for the specialty over the years.
3– 6 As a consequence, informatics practice and education have often proceeded without consensus about this fundamental element. Computers, Informatics, Nursing. 26 (2); 90 - Snunith Shoham and Ayala Gonen ().
Intentions of Hospital Nurses to Work With Computers Based on the Theory of Planned Behavior. Computers, Informatics, Nursing. 26 (2); - Susan P.
Kossman and Sandra L. Scheidenhelm (). This book provides nurses with over care plans that are designed to treat the most common ailments nurses encounter. It is technical enough for nurses to be able to provide adequate care but is also easy to follow and has a very reader-friendly format, which is unique to most care plan books.
Educational Books for Nurses These books (including, but not limited to, text books) help guide nurses through their education and careers. They provide tips for everyday practice as well as focused information on specialty areas of nursing. In all, this automated and integrated patient record becomes a powerful tool for patient monitoring, record keeping, ongoing assessment, and evaluation.
In terms of more advanced applications for nursing practice, there are mentions of decision support systems in reference to possible applications of artificial intelligence. It is suggested that data collected by nurses in the process of Author: Singh Karanbir.
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The Seventh Edition has been completely revised to reflect current technology as well as explores new trends and challenges for those working in healthcare.The use of computers in nursing education is considered to be particularly important as a means of preparing nurses for an increasingly computerized workplace (Yucha and Reigeluth, ).Some nurses may have an easier time working with computers if they take a keyboarding course, said Sally Millar, RN, MBA, an informatics specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
Instead of hunting and pecking while trying to locate the right alphabet keys, they could become more efficient, and computerized charting tasks would.