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TitleNursing and Computers [electronic resource] : An Anthology / edited by Virginia K. Saba, Karen A. Rieder, Dorothy B. Pocklington
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1989
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-3622-1
Descript XXVII, 441 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Intended for nurses who would like to know more about the development of the computerized information systems on which they have become so dependent, Nursing and Computers: An Anthology is a wide-range introduction to the literature of this field. The editors have selected historical and contemporary papers to show both the systems at their inception and examples of how they have evolved. Of interest to both the generalist and the specialist, these articles examine the partnership between nurses and computers in the areas of administration, practice, research, and education


CONTENT

I. Overview -- 1. Nursing Information Systems -- II. Nursing Information Systems -- 2. An Integrated Nursing Information Systemโ{128}{148}A Planning Model -- 3. Hospital Information Systems for Nursing Problems and Possibilities -- 4. Systems Life Cycle: Strategy for Managing the Impact of Information Systems on Nursing -- 5. Computerized Nursing Information Systems: An Urgent Need Study Group on Nursing Information Systems -- III. Administration Applications: Overview -- 6. Management Information Systems: Determining Nursing Manager Requirements -- 7. Computers in Nursing Administration -- 8. Major Considerations Desirable in a Multi-Hospital Nursing Administration System -- 9. Computer Technology in Hospital Nursing Departments: Future Applications and Implications -- IV. Administration Applications: Resource Management -- 10. Automating a Patient Classification System: Nurse-Vendor Collaboration -- 11. The Distributed Processing Approach to Providing a Combined Staffing and Word Processing System for Nursing Service -- 12. Case Mix Management: Matching Patient Need with Nursing Resource -- 13. Computerization of Patient Acuity and Nursing Care Planning: New Approach to Improved Patient Care and Cost-Effective Staffing -- V. Nursing Administration: Community Health -- 14. The Computer in Public Health: Today and Tomorrow -- 15. Quantifying Community Health Nursing: The Control Is with the Nurse -- 16. Computerized Documentation of Community Health Nursingโ{128}{148}What Shall It Be? -- VI. Nursing Practice: Overview -- 17. The Computer and Nursing Practice -- 18. Computers in Nursing Care: The State of the Art -- 19. Nursing Minimum Data Set: An Abstraction Tool for Computerized Nursing Services Data -- VII. Nursing Practice: Current Uses -- 20. Using Computers to Enhance Professional Practice -- 21. Computers in Hospitals: Nursing Practice Defined and Validated -- 22. Documentation of Nursing Practice Using a Computerized Medical Information System -- VIII. Nursing Practice: Care Planning -- 23. Selecting Automated Patient Care Systems -- 24. Design and Implementation of Computerized Nursing Care Plans -- 25. List-Mapped, List-Driven, Computerized Patient Care Records -- IX. Nursing Practice: Expert Systems -- 26. A Proposed Expert System for Nursing Practice: A Springboard to Nursing Science -- 27. An Expert System for Nursing Practice: Clinical Decision Support -- 28. Establishment of a Computer-Assisted Instructional Program to Teach Managerial Decision Making -- X. Nursing Research: Overview -- 29. The NI Pyramidโ{128}{148}A Model for Research in Nursing Informatics -- 30. Nursing Research Using Computerized Data Bases -- 31. On the Scientific and Technical Requirements for Computing Resources for Research Environments in Nursing -- XI. Nursing Research: Educational Studies -- 32. Adoption of Innovations: Nursing and Computer Use -- 33. Computer Applications in Nursing: Implications for the Curriculum -- 34. Computer Competence for Nurse Educators -- XII. Nursing Education: Overview -- 35. Models of Evaluating Faculty/Student Acceptance and Effectiveness of Computer Technology in Schools of Nursing -- 36. Computer Technology in Nursing: Revolution or Renaissance? -- XIII. Nursing Education: Teaching Strategies -- 37. Creating a Climate for Computer Integration into the Curriculum -- 38. Introducing Baccalaureate Nursing Students to the Use of Computers in Health Care -- 39. Development and Implementation of a Micro-Based Computer Workshop Series for Nurses -- 40. The Computer as Partner in Health Care Instruction -- XIV. Nursing Education: Computer-Assisted Instruction -- 41. Computer-Assisted Instruction: An Alternative -- 42. Evaluating Computer-Assisted Instruction -- 43. Effective Screen Designs for Nursing CAI


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