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'Embrace technology to benefit staff and, ultimately, patients'


Personally I don't want to spend time on electronic media when I could be spending time with my patients. This can easily become another distraction from direct patient care just as the excessive paper work is. What would be most helpful for me at work is an easily accessible searchable facility to look up information quickly so that if I come across something I don't know or can't remember I can find out with minimal difficulty and be sure the result is reliable e.g. drug contraindications, infusion concentrations, illnesses, wound products, trust policies, journal papers, literature reviews, etc etc

Posted date

24 November, 2013

Posted time

2:16 pm