Nursing and Informatics for the 21st Century is the follow-up to the highly successful, award-winning first edition. Published in 2006, the first edition was a critical resource in chronicling the huge historical shift in nursing linked to the explosion of EHR national strategies and health policies around the globe. This updated edition, co-publis

chapter 1|12 pages

Informatics and the Future of Nursing Practice

ByAngela Barron McBride, RN, FAAN

chapter 3|20 pages

Informatics for Personal Health Management

ByMelinda J. Jenkins, Pirkko Kouri, PHN, RN

chapter 5|16 pages

Growth in Nursing Informatics Educational Programs to Meet Demands

ByDiane J. Skiba, PhD, FAAN; Helen R. Connors, PhD, DrPS (Hon), RN, FAAN;

chapter 6|20 pages

The Impact of Health Information Technology (I-HIT) Survey: Results from an International Research Collaborative

ByPatricia C. Dykes, DNSc, MA, RN; Suzanne Brown, MSc Health Informatics, BNS; Rita W. Collins, PhD, MEd, BNS, RN, RM; Robyn Cook, MBA, BBus, RN;

chapter |2 pages

Section II: Nursing Education and IT

chapter 7|36 pages

Faculty Competencies and Development

ByHelen R. Connors, PhD, DrPS (Hon), RN, FAAN

chapter 13|28 pages

International Standards to Support Better Information Management

ByNicholas R. Hardiker, PhD, RN; Suzanne Bakken, DNSc, RN, FAAN, FACMI; William T.F. Goossen, PhD, RN; Derek Hoy, MSc, BSc; and Anne Casey, MSc, RN, FRCN

chapter 14|62 pages

The Americas: Overview of EHR National Strategies and Signifi cance for Nursing

ByLynn M. Nagle, PhD, MScN, BN, RN; Heimar De Fatima Marin, PhD, MS, RN, FACMI;

chapter 16|80 pages

Electronic Health Initiatives: European View

chapter 18|14 pages

Nursing Informatics in South Africa: From a Historical Overview to the Emergence of EHRs, Telehealth, and m-Health

ByPeter J. Murray, PhD, MSc, RN; Irene van Middelkoop, Hons. BA (Cur); Elmarie Venter, Mcom (Informatics), Bcur; and Susan Meyer, B.Soc.Sci (Nursing) Dipl. Paediatrics

chapter |2 pages

Section V: The Near Future and Nursing

chapter 20|20 pages

Nursing and Nursing Informatics: Current Context to Preferred Future

ByCharlotte A. Weaver, PH, RN, Connie White Delaney, RN, FAAN