Technology and informatics competencies.

  • Yoon S
  • Shaffer J
  • Bakken S
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Abstract

Health care information technology has the potential to achieve clinical transformation. Nursing students and faculty must be able to use these tools effectively to use data and knowledge in their practice. This article describes informatics competencies for four levels of nurses (beginning nurses, experienced nurses, informatics specialists, and informatics innovators). Recent activities to include informatics competencies in program outcomes are also described in relation to the clinical nurse leader, doctorate of nursing practice, and baccalaureate essentials documents. © 2008 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Authors

  • Sunmoo Yoon

  • Jonathan A Shaffer

  • Suzanne Bakken

  • Li Yang

  • Dan Cui

  • Xuemei Zhu

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