Category list : Electronic records
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Using e-learning to enhance nurse educationSubscription
Developments in technology can enhance and encourage learning in nurse education. This article considers some recent updates to e-learning technologies.
How real-time data can improve patient careSubscription
Real-time data can allow earlier identification of patients with deteriorating health, free up nurses’ time and help hospitals to better plan staff and resource deployment.
Improving patient safety in primary careSubscription
Shared learning and better incident reporting can help primary care organisations to improve patient safety.
Applying speech-to-text systems in documentationSubscription
Implementing speech-to-text systems for nursing documentation requires a cultural change in the way nurses view record keeping.
Improving observation with new technologySubscription
Nurses’ use of technology for patient assessment and observation is improving patient care and safety, as case studies from Croydon and Merseyside show.
Using simulation to aid students’ documentationSubscription
Student nurses must recognise the need to accurately complete patient documents and can learn from their mistakes through simulation and formative feedback.
Frequency volume charts provide an objective measure of bladder function, which is essential to support the correct diagnosis and treatment of urological problems.
A new health data watchdog has been announced for patients’ medical information as part of plans to improve the use of technology across the NHS.
A third of nurses in a survey said they had been bullied to behave in ways that run counter to patient care over the last two years.
Effective patient care relies on clear and accurate clinical records.