Informatics curriculum integration for quality and safety education for nurses

Amy J Barton, Diane J Skiba
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 2009, 146: 593-7
This paper describes the creation of an informatics curricular thread in pre-licensure nursing education, using the informatics competencies defined by the Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) collaborative. Several U.S. initiatives are calling for more rapid incorporation of informatics competencies into nursing curriculum. Baseline data are presented and plans to roll-out the new curricular approach discussed.


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