These Global Health Informatics Competency Recommendation Frameworks compile recommended core international informatics competencies reflective of many countries, scientific societies and research projects.
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This article in the OJNI outlines how healthcare in Japan supported its total hip arthroplasty patients with online support.
This pilot study outlined for OJNI focused on helping providers to identify personal bias towards obese patients through an online self-paced educational tool, raise awareness of weight bias, and support evidence-based solutions.
The aim of this report in OJNI is to synthesize nursing studies leveraging artificial intelligence technology and to offer suggestions for future studies.
This OJNI report shares how scientific journals with a presence on social networks are impacted.
Implementation of an Evidence-Based Electronic Health Record (EHR) Downtime Readiness and Recovery Plan
This OJNI report dives into the implementation of EHRs and downtime readiness and recovery plans.
Wearable technologies can be innovative solutions for healthcare problems. This study in the Online Journal of Nursing Informatics conducted a literature review of wearable technology applications in healthcare.
This study in the Online Journal of Nursing Informatics looks into the implementation of mobile nursing information systems that have been shown to be beneficial for nurses, taking away the burden of paperwork and enabling them to focus more on patient care.
This article in the Online Journal of Nursing Informatics discusses research designed to identify current scientific knowledge about the use of games in the management of oncological disease.
This report in the Online Journal of Nursing Informatics discusses the importance of using a dashboard to display healthcare data.
This editorial explores the balance that nurses need to find when using technology to reach their goals.The goal of this editorial is to address the emotions involved in the process of incorporating technology in practice and recognizing the value that technology can provide.