Class 12 Notes
Though Provoking Questions:
1. Jean, a diabetes nurse educator recently read an article in an online journal that
she accessed through her health agencys database subscription. The article
provided a comprehensive checklist for managing dia
Chap 15 Notes
Almost all software, music CDs, and movie DVDs come with restrictions of how
and when copies may be made.
Most computer software developers allow for a backup copy of the software
Technology advances have made the sharin
Chapter 16 Notes
Optimization is the process of moving conditions past their current state and into
more efficient and effective method of performing tasks.
Nursing informatics should always be included in these activities to represent the
needs of clinic
Chapter 17 Notes
Technology implementations alone represent a significant change for clinicians as
does the workflow redesign that accompanies technology.
Often the degree of change and its impact is under-appreciated and unaccounted
for by leadership and
Class 14 Notes
The major cause of up to 87% of all patient monitoring incidents. It is not always that
technology is faulty. Technology may perform flawlessly, but interface design may lead
human user to make errors (Vicente, 2004
Three axioms for develop
Module 2 Notes
Humancomputer interaction (HCI), usability and ergonomics concepts are of
fundamental interest to the INS.
Elements of HCI are rooted in psychology, social psychology and/or cognitive
Usability issues address the efficiency and eff
Module 6 Notes
Quality and accuracy of networked information
Organizations need clear policies to clarify:
who has the authorization to change such data and
how data is actually inputted,
to track how and when data are changed and by whom.
Module 9 Notes
There are a wide range of tools available to an organization to protect the
organizational network and information.
These tools can be either a software solution such as antivirus software, a
hardware tool such as a proxy server, or even a
Informatic Tools Notes
NI is a combination of nursing science, information science, computer science
and cognitive science to manage and process nursing data, information, and
knowledge to facilitate the delivery of health care.
The combination of science
Wisdom in Informatic Notes
Wisdom in informatics is the ability of the NIS to evaluate the documentation
drawn from a Health Information System (HIS) and the ability to adapt or change
the system settings or parameters to improve the workflow of the clini