In today's high-tech healthcare environment, it's important for educators to create significant, everyday learning experiences for nursing students in clinical informatics. The recently published Applied Clinical Informatics for Nurses, Second Edition by Susan Alexander, Haley Hoy, and Karen Frith provides practical, need-to-know information about the effective use of informatics in the clinical setting.
The text focuses on real-world applications of health informatics, such as fall prevention, bar coding, and pharmacy management. It also examines the interactions between patients and computers and how they can impact the quality of data collected by informatics applications. Additionally, the new edition features updated and expanded content on a variety of important topics identified as strategic priorities by the National Institute for Nursing Research and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
New to the Second Edition:
- Content on statistical analysis of data, systems life cycle development, and the role of big data
- More detailed coverage of interoperability and electronic health records
- Updated case studies covering complex problems
- Revised and expanded test bank
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