Nursing Informatics

Nursing Informatics is a specialized field that integrates nursing science, computer science, and information science to manage and communicate data, information, and knowledge in nursing practice. It makes it easier for nurses to get to and use data about patients, speed up documentation, help them make better clinical decisions, and improve patient care.

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"Transition to a new nursing information system embedded with clinical decision support: a mixed-method study using the HOT-fit framework"

This research investigated nurses' perceptions and experiences with transition to a new nursing information system (Care Direct) 2 years after its first introduction. The study used a mixed-method approach, with an online survey and semi-structured interviews. The results showed that nurses generally had positive experiences with the new system, but there were some areas for improvement, such as system usability and interdisciplinary cooperation. The study concluded that effective collaboration between clinicians, administrators, and technical staff is required during system promotion to enhance system usability and user experience. Authors: Yue Zhai, Zhenghong Yu, Qi Zhang, Wei Qin, Chun Yang, Yuxia Zhang.

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