Harnessing Digital Technology and Data for Nursing Practice,
Edition 1
Edited by Natasha Phillips, Gemma Stacey and Dawn Dowding, PhD, RN, FAAN

Publication Date: 05 Dec 2023
As new technologies and data become essential for the delivery of optimal care, nurses will play an increasingly vital role in developing and implementing digital health strategies. This timely book is designed to help you develop proficiency and confidence to lead this digital transformation.

Harnessing Digital Technology and Data for Nursing Practice provides comprehensive coverage of the historical, theoretical and practical dimensions of the digital transformation in nursing. It considers a wide range of topics, from person-centred practice and user-centred design to nursing workforce development, evolving nursing practices, and the role of data in improving patient care and research. Expert insights are supported by learning activities and real-life case studies, with application of theory to practice throughout.

Aimed at nurses in all settings and working at all professional levels, this book will leave the reader with an appreciation of how an array of digital technologies and data can positively impact nurses’ wellbeing, support and improve your daily practice, and ultimately ensure patient-centred, safe and effective care.

Key Features

  • Written specifically for nurses and midwives – explains how you can play a central role in shaping the digital future of health care
  • Provides historical, theoretical and practical perspectives – offers a sound base from which to understand the role of data technology in your work
  • Covers a wide spectrum of topics, including:

  1. digital transformation of health care
  2. nursing informatics
  3. user-centred design
  4. data-driven practice
  5. person-centred care
  6. health inequalities
  7. telehealth and remote monitoring
  8. ethical and legal considerations
  9. population health
  10. research

  • Provides practical insights and case studies to help you apply digital technologies in practice
  • Acknowledges the challenges in adopting digital health, and stresses the importance of digital literacy and nurse involvement in the design and implementation of digital solutions
  • Globally relevant and future oriented – creates a vision for nurses as co-navigators of care who make decisions informed by real-time patient analytics
  • Ancillary videos to support learning
About the author
Edited by Natasha Phillips, Chief Nursing Information Officer for England (NHSx); Gemma Stacey, Director of Academy,The Florence Nightingale Foundation and Dawn Dowding, PhD, RN, FAAN, Chair in Clinical Decision-Making, Division of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work, The University of Manchester, Oxford Rd, Manchester, M13 9PL, UK
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Art of Caring Where Technology Is an Enabler
Chapter 2 People Taking Control of Their Own Health Information
Chapter 3 Ensuring Digital Inclusion
Chapter 4 Supporting Digital Literacy
Chapter 5 Specialist Roles and Competence
Chapter 6 Leadership for Successful Digital Transformation
Chapter 7 Entrepreneurship in Nursing
Chapter 8 The Electronic Health Record: Opportunities and Challenges
Chapter 9 Clinical Decision Support
Chapter 10 Creating a Digital Clinical Safety Culture
Chapter 11 Information Governance and Cyber Security
Chapter 12 Harnessing Improvement Science for Digitally Enabled Nursing and Midwifery
Chapter 13 Using Data to Drive Improvement
Chapter 14 Harnessing Digital Technology to Provide Research Evidence for Nursing and Midwifery Practice
Chapter 15 Artificial Intelligence in Nursing
Chapter 16 Genomics and the Digital Revolution
Chapter 17 Remote Care and Virtual Wards: Transforming Nursing Practice
Book details
ISBN: 9780443111600
Page Count: 0
Retail Price : £32.99