About this book
Nursing and Computers: An Anthology 1987-1996 is a compilation of both landmark historic and contemporary papers, illustrating the inception and evolution of nursing informatics. The editors have collected these newly-published independent papers, and assembled them into an invaluable source book providing a framework for future developments in the field of Nursing Informatics. It will be an essential tool for nurses seeking to attain credentials as Nursing Informatics Specialists. The articles demonstrate representative experiences and philosophies in the field, attempting to maintain and expand upon the current knowledge base of computer technology in nursing. Examining the relationship between nursing and information systems, practical applications include: administration, practice, research, education, critical care, and community health.
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