A Postgraduate Program in Nursing Informatics

  • Jos Aarts
Part of the Computers and Medicine book series (C+M)

Abstract

In 1988 the Hogeschool Midden Nederland decided to create a new postgraduate program in nursing informatics as a part of the postgraduate educational programs for health care professionals, which also include management, professional innovation, clinical specialization and research methods. The program builds on the established nursing informatics courses in the various nursing programs of the Institute for Higher Health Care Education of the Hogeschool [1].

Keywords

Europe Defend Univer Care Duration 

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