Nurses as knowledge worker by Leuconoe Carreon

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Nurses as knowledge worker by Leuconoe Carreon

  1. 1. NURSES AS KNOWLEDGE WORKER<br />Healthcare reforms are more on improving access, increasing quality, and decreasing costs is focusing particular attention on the use of technology and the development of electronic systems for data collection and analysis. Improving access includes the media and technology that is being used and in that process the quality of the material that is being introduced to the society will be decrease because of relying implantation of the electronic heath but still it is very helpful to the healthcare because it provide the conceptualizing in a way of managing data entry and analysis systems. Nursing Managers who develop themselves as knowledge workers and leaders are better able to understand, adapt, and drive new and evolving healthcare system technologies. Today the healthcares are the individuals who are valued for their ability to act and communicate with knowledge within a specific subject area. They will often advance the overall understanding of that subject through focused analysis, design and/or development. They use research skills to define problems and to identify alternatives. Healthcare settings work with community leaders, health and social-service agencies, families and social, and health needs and their role is to provide education about lifestyle and behavior choices that can help prevent illness and foster good health. The path of creating a nursing practice culture of integrated knowledge management gives us information thinking about clinical care delivery and an expansion of the ways of knowing in nursing. That’s why nurses are consider as a knowledge worker because of the skill that being apply to and the knowledge stands for the guidance to a healthcare to make the process successful.‘Competencies’<br />-ARTICLE RESEARCH-<br />STAGGER- to move or stand unsteadily, as if under a great weight; totter and to begin to lose confidence or strength of purpose; waver.<br />CURRAN: Searching for information <br />American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), -a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association (ANA), provides individuals and organizations throughout the nursing profession with the resources they need to achieve practice excellence. ANCC's internationally renowned credentialing programs certify nurses in specialty practice areas; recognize healthcare organizations for promoting safe, positive work environments through the Magnet Recognition Program and the Pathway to Excellence Program; and accredit providers of continuing nursing education. In addition, ANCC’s Institute for Credentialing Innovation provides leading-edge information and education services and products to support its core credentialing programs.<br />Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society-<br />The HIMSS Group is for constructive and stimulating discussion, knowledge sharing and communications among professionals regarding the optimal use of health IT (HIT) and management systems for the betterment of healthcare worldwide<br />TERMINOLOGIES<br />TERMINOLOGIES LANGUAGE USES- Is a big part of an application and the correct usage of it goes a long way in ensuring a high usability index and in turn end user satisfaction. While designing applications careful thought needs to be given to the kind of language/words/tone etc needs to be given due consideration. If the budget of the project allows for hiring a full time technical writer that would be the best thing to do as s/he would bring in expertise in this area. It would be the job of the technical writer to validate all the text/content being displayed to the user as part of the application whether on the view, command options, information dialog etc, through the online/offline/context sensitive help. The technical writer needs to understand the target user’s language to be able to word the content and information in a way which makes sense to them.<br /> These are the data set.<br />data base, 100 free data entry job, project data base gsm provider, data entry data base excel sheet, real estate data base, data processing access, data base projects, vbnet create access data base, creating mail merge access data base, logistics data base access, base, personal, data base access shipping, create word document access data base, school data base system access, access data base executable, add access data base vbnet 2005, matlab gui using access data base, csv access data base vbnet, sage 100 data base joomla, Microsoft access plant data base, access data base exe, access 2003 warehouse data base, 100 free resume career data base Romania, convert access data base, access data base fixit, Microsoft access spare parts inventory data base, access data base hoa, access data base report, opening locked access data base.<br />ANA Recognized Terminologies that Support Nursing Practice<br /> Setting Where DevelopedContentData Element Sets1. NMDSNursing Minimum Data SetCurrently RecognizedAll NursingClinical Data Elements2. NMMDSNursing Management Minimum Data Set Currently RecognizedAll SettingsNursing Administrative Data ElementsInterface Terminologies3. CCCClinical Care Classification Currently RecognizedHome CareDiagnoses, Interventions, and Outcomes4. ICNP®International Classification of Nursing Practice Currently RecognizedAll NursingDiagnoses, Interventions, and Outcomes5. NANDANANDA International Currently RecognizedAll NursingDiagnoses6.NICNursing Intervention Classification Currently RecognizedAll NursingInterventions7. NOCNursing Outcome Classification Currently RecognizedAll NursingOutcomes8. OMAHA SYSTEMOmaha System Currently RecognizedHome Care, Public Health, and CommunityDiagnoses, Interventions, and Outcomes9. PCDSPatient Care Data SetRetiredAcute CareDiagnoses, Interventions, and Outcomes10. PNDSPerioperative Nursing Data Set Currently RecognizedPerioperativeDiagnoses, Interventions and OutcomesMultidisciplinary Terminologies11. ABCCodesABC Codes Currently RecognizedNursing and OtherInterventions12. LOINC®Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes Currently RecognizedNursing and OtherOutcome and Assessments13. SNOMED CTSystematic Nomenclature of Medicine Clinical Terms Currently RecognizedNursing and OtherDiagnoses, Interventions, and Outcomes <br />

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