Informatics Midterm study guide .docx - Midterm study guide 1 Principles of nursing informatics Nursing Science a building block of NI NI is a specialty

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Midterm study guide1.Principles of nursing informaticsNursing Science a building block of NINI is a specialty that integrates nursing science, computer science, cognitivescience and information science to manage and communicate data, information,knowledge, and wisdom in nursing practice. ursing informatics (NI) is the specialty that integrates nursing science withmultiple information and analytical sciences to identify, define, manage, andcommunicate data, information, knowledge and wisdom in nursing practice.2.Knowledge is the awareness and understanding of a set of information and ways thatinformation can be made useful to support a specific task or arrive at a decisionKnowledge abounds with others’ thoughts and informationKnowledge model-conceptual organized framework for NI, tied to nursingscience and the practice of nursing informaticsNursing knowledge is created, stored, acquired, used, generated, engineered,disseminateEpistemologyis the study of the nature and origin of knowledge—that is, what itmeans to know.Three sources of knowledge have been identified: (1) instinct, (2) reason, and (3)intuition.3.Wisdom is the application of knowledge to an appropriate situation.Guides actionsdeveloped through knowledge, experience, insight, and reflectionhighest form of common senseit is the ability to apply valuable and viable knowledge, experience,understanding, and insight while being prudent and sensible. focused on one’s own mindThe appropriate use of knowledge to solve human problemsthe foundation of the art of nursing.4.Scientific underpinningconceptual framework underpinning the science and practice of NI centers on thecore concepts of data, information, knowledge, and wisdom, also known as theDIKW paradigm5.Foundation of knowledge modelsuggests that the most important aspect of information discovery, retrieval, anddelivery is the ability to acquire, process, generate, and disseminate knowledge inways that help those managing the knowledge reevaluate and rethink the way theyunderstand and use what they know and have learned.
6.Information sciencea field of scientific inquiry and professional practice.primarily concerned with the input, processing, output, and feedback of data andinformation through technology integration with a focus on comprehending theperspective of the stakeholdersinvolved and then applying IT as needed.

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