Summary There are so many clinical questions in nursing that narrowing down to a particular sub- ject can be difficult. Bedside shift report and its effects on patient safety and satisfaction have been researched, and studies have been published to help support it. However, without informat-
Running head: Bedside Report 5 ics, these studies would be difficult to conduct. Informatics allows nurses to use the data and metadata to contribute to creating new knowledge for the next generation of nursing (American Nurses Association, 2015).
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