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Technology and Health Care
Transcript of Technology and Health Care
Health Care Delivery
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1. To discuss the use of technology in health care and health care delivery systems.
2. To analyze the ethical and legal implications of using technological devices and systems in health care delivery.
3. To consider and explore future implications of technology in nursing practice and patient care.
Accountability of the Nurse
Chandanjeet Grewal, Iramandip Gill, Julie Rimando, Mary Labib,
Ramenthy Sathananthan, Shama Yousaf