Technology works best when you start with a problem that needs to be solved.
Many of us have self-taught online skills and we have all probably picked up bad habits along the way.
WhatsApp is increasingly being used in professional teams. From student cohorts to specialist nursing forums, nurses are using this mode of communication to speak to one another and share insights.
Getting to the maintenance and support stage of a digital system roll-out in healthcare is important.
‘Go live’ may sound like a bad public health campaign, but it is a common term used in digital system roll-outs.
Digital technology has crept into most of our clinical and professional lives.
In 2017 I applied for a 12-month digital nurse fellowship in NHS Improvement to investigate what nurses and allied health professionals were doing to drive the technology agenda forward for patients. I quickly realised that my digital journey had started many years earlier.
It may seem unusual for a nurse to be a chief clinical information officer, but Joanne Dickson demonstrates how a background in nursing can elevate any career, and deepen any area of study
We talk to Teresa Chinn, who has been a nurse for nearly 20 years, and is a registered nurse and social media specialist working at WeNurses.
This book should be considered by anyone in health care with an interest in how their electronic record systems are developed.