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Technology : the interface to nursing educational informatics / Elizabeth E. Weiner, guest editor.

Contributor(s): Weiner, Elizabeth E.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Nursing clinics of North America: v. 43, no. 4.Publisher: Philadelphia : Saunders/Elsevier, c2008Description: x, p. [497]-627 : ill., ports., charts ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1416063250; 9781416063254.Subject(s): Nursing informatics | Nursing -- Study and teaching | Information storage and retrieval systems -- NursingDDC classification: 610.73 Other classification: 44.63
Contents:
Preface / Elizabeth E. Weiner -- Supporting the integration of technology into contemporary nursing education / Elizabeth E. Weiner -- Technology and informatics competencies / Carole A. Gassert -- Faculty development initiatives for the integration of informatics competencies and point-of-care technologies in undergraduate nursing education / Christine R. Curran -- Electronic toolkit for nursing education / Patricia A. Trangenstein -- Strategies for success in online learning / Shirley W. Cantrell, Patricia O'Leary, and Karen S. Ward -- Doctoral education from a distance / Judith A. Effken -- Transcultural nursing courses online : implications for culturally competent care / Jamie E. Adam -- Visual literacy in the online environment / Sandra J. Mixer, Marilyn R. McFarland, and Leigh Ann McInnis -- Back to the future: personal digital assistants in nursing education / Renee P. McLeod and Mary Z. Mays -- The use of simulation technology in the education of nursing students / Maria Overstreet -- Developing the online survey / Jeffry S. Gordon and Ryan McNew.
Summary: Technological advances are increasing opportunities to dramatically improve the quality of and access to nursing education. Further, technology affords increased collaboration among nursing faculties in teaching, practice, and research. Careful use of technology in education may well enhance the profession's ability to educate nurses for practice, prepare future nurse educators, and advance nursing science in an era when the number of professional nurses, qualified nurse faculty and nurse researchers is well below national need.--From the publisher.
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RT1 .N77 V.43 NO.4 (Browse shelf) Available 0000001928910

"December 2008"

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Preface / Elizabeth E. Weiner -- Supporting the integration of technology into contemporary nursing education / Elizabeth E. Weiner -- Technology and informatics competencies / Carole A. Gassert -- Faculty development initiatives for the integration of informatics competencies and point-of-care technologies in undergraduate nursing education / Christine R. Curran -- Electronic toolkit for nursing education / Patricia A. Trangenstein -- Strategies for success in online learning / Shirley W. Cantrell, Patricia O'Leary, and Karen S. Ward -- Doctoral education from a distance / Judith A. Effken -- Transcultural nursing courses online : implications for culturally competent care / Jamie E. Adam -- Visual literacy in the online environment / Sandra J. Mixer, Marilyn R. McFarland, and Leigh Ann McInnis -- Back to the future: personal digital assistants in nursing education / Renee P. McLeod and Mary Z. Mays -- The use of simulation technology in the education of nursing students / Maria Overstreet -- Developing the online survey / Jeffry S. Gordon and Ryan McNew.

Technological advances are increasing opportunities to dramatically improve the quality of and access to nursing education. Further, technology affords increased collaboration among nursing faculties in teaching, practice, and research. Careful use of technology in education may well enhance the profession's ability to educate nurses for practice, prepare future nurse educators, and advance nursing science in an era when the number of professional nurses, qualified nurse faculty and nurse researchers is well below national need.--From the publisher.

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