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Continuing education in informatics among registered nurses in the United States in 2000.

by Manal Kleib, Anne E Sales, Isac Lima, Melba Andrea-Baylon, Amy Beaith
Journal of continuing education in nursing ()
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Abstract

Continuing education is one method for acquiring competency in informatics among nurses. However, little is known about nurses' participation in continuing education in informatics and the factors or characteristics that motivate them to pursue this type of education. This article identifies the proportion and characteristics of U.S. registered nurses reporting continuing education in informatics in 2000.

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