Nursing informatics and nursing ethics: addressing their disconnect through an enhanced TIGER-vision

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All healthcare visions, including that of The TIGER (Technology-Informatics-Guiding-Educational-Reform) Initiative envisage a crucial role for nursing. However, its 7 descriptive pillars do not address the disconnect between Nursing Informatics and Nursing Ethics and their distinct communities in the clinical-disciplinary landscape. Each sees itself as providing decision support by way of information inputs and ethical insights, respectively. Both have reasons - ideological, professional, institutional - for their task construction, but this simultaneously disables each from engaging fully in the point-of-(care)-decision. Increased pressure for translating 'evidence-based' research findings into 'ethically-sound', 'value-based' and 'patient-centered' practice requires rethinking the model implicit in conventional knowledge translation and informatics practice in all disciplines, including nursing. The aim is to aid 'how nurses and other health care scientists more clearly identify clinical and other relevant data that can be captured to inform future comparative effectiveness research. 'A prescriptive, theory-based discipline of '(Nursing) Decisionics' expands the Grid for Volunteer Development of TIGER's newly launched virtual learning environment (VLE). This provides an enhanced TIGER-vision for educational reform to deliver ethically coherent, person-centered care transparently.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
BogserieStudies in Health Technology and Informatics
Vol/bind192
Sider (fra-til)879-83
Antal sider5
ISSN0926-9630
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2013

Fingeraftryk

Nursing Informatics
Nursing Ethics
Informatics
Nursing
Point-of-Care Systems
Comparative Effectiveness Research
Delivery of Health Care
Translational Medical Research
Volunteers
Nurses
Health care
Research
Acoustic waves

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