Integrating Tele Nursing Into Home Care Nursing Services Power Point
presented by: Ekezie Ralueke Oluchukwu. RN,CEO Blue Torch Home Care Limited firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract Tele-health integration into home care Nursing is a revealing mirror in the health care system , producing the image visibility , stability, sustainability with importance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Home Care Nursing Practices and health care system at large. According to (Global observatory for eHealth series,20011- vol.3), Personal Digital Assistance (PDAs) plays a pivotal role in the health service delivery both at Nurses Station and Home care in many settings in Canada .This paper examines:
The use of mobile and electronic devices such asmobile, audio, video cameras and PDAs in the co-ordination of home care of patients.Tele-nursing practices in home care, showcasing itsbenefits, stability, delivery models, quality assurancebarriers and regulation in the Nigerian settingsBest factors needed for sustainable Tele-Home carenursing practices.Novel Technologies, knowledge and skills needed forthe adoption of Tele-health in home care nursing, inorder to increase coverage and optimize home caredelivery.
presentation objectives:Overview of Tele-Home Care NursingBenefits of Tele-Home Care Nursing in NigeriaBarriers to Tele-Home Care NursingSustainability of Tele-Home Care Nursing
overviewThe need for Tele-Home Care NursingTechnologies Needed in Tele-Home Care NursingPractice of Tele-Home Care NursingImplication of Tele-Home Care Nursing in Nigeria
Benefits of Tele-home care nursing Improved quality of nursing care Health education of clients Improved coverage of nursing services Improved disease monitoring Improved management of patients health records through electronic data system Supplements for Human resource demand in Nursing Job satisfaction Encourages self care dependency and privacy
Barriers to the practice of Tele-home care Nursing Availability of needed technology Acceptance by the populace Level of awareness Financial commitments and payment models Ethical issues surrounding Tele-Home Care Nursing Language barrier Availability of Tele-Nursing institutions
Sustenance of Tele-HomeCare Nursing Provisions of avenue for exchange of intellectual resources Provisions of needed Technology for Tele- nursing practice Commitments towards publicity and acceptance Funding Encourage more Tele-health practicing organizations in Nigeria Provisions for Tele-health regulation and policy
NEEDS OF TELE-NURSING AWEARNESS TECHNOLOGY TELE- FUNDS NURSE CLIENTS
Conclusion In the wake of information and communication Technology (ICT), and its dominance in the health sector, it is important that its adoption in the Home care Nursing is prioritized, gearing to the strides of practical services being supported by simple combinations in button to improve the lives of patients.
FLOW CHART OF TELE-NURSING CLIENT/PATIENT TELE-NURSE CONSULTATION DOCTOR
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