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Copy of Introduction to Nursing Informatics
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Define nursing informatics.
Discuss the influence of nursing science, computer science, and cognitive science on the specialty of nursing informatics.
Reflect on the progression from data to information to knowledge and to wisdom.
Assess how the mind processes and generates information and knowledge in nursing practice.
Recognize the relationship between knowledge acquisition, knowledge processing, knowledge generation, and knowledge dissemination
What is Nursing Informatics?
World Wide Health
Goal of Nursing Informatics
You are a Knowledge Worker
Informatics is About
Data that are
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Information that has been
interrelationships are identified and formalized
Use of knowledge and experience
to manage and solve
Nursing informatics was initially defined as the combination of
to describe the processes nurses use to manage
in nursing practice
( Graves and Corcoran, 1989)
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