onsdag, august 15, 2007

Kliniske sygeplejersker anvender ikke webbaseret information i deres daglige arbejde

I følge eHealth Insiders primary care nyhedsbrev nr. 131 fra 15. august benytter konsultationssygeplejersker sig ikke at webbaseret information. De skriver:
"Nurse practitioners keep clear of web-based information. Nurse practitioners are comfortable with electronic clinical support but rarely use web-based resources in consultations, a study has found. Researchers from Warwick University questioned nurse practitioners from 11 GP practices and 12 primary care trusts about their use of information in consultations. The authors, who report their study in the latest issue of Informatics in Primary Care found that nurse practitioners regularly used resources such as Mentor, Prodigy and GPNotebook but found web-based information time-consuming, technically difficult and disruptive to patients. The researchers suggest training could help nurse practitioners get better use out of online information."

Om det samme gør sig gældende for danske konsultationssygeplejersker vides ikke, men hvis det er sandt har sygeplejen et stort problem, idet sygeplejerskerne ikke er hjemme i de informationskilder, som patienterne gør brug af, før de kommer i konsultationen.

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