Integrating Research Data into Clinical Practice

  • Kerry E. Meyer
  • Patricia A. Abbott
  • David Williams
Part of the Health Informatics book series (HI)

Abstract

Healthcare information systems (HISS) are a tremendous resource for professional nurses conducting scientific inquiries in their clinical practice. To take advantage of the capabilities of an HIS, research activity requirements must be defined during the early stages of HIS development or when the commercial HIS is customized.

Keywords

Rapid Prototype Chief Executive Officer Local Area Network Clinical Information System Research Requirement 
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  • Kerry E. Meyer
  • Patricia A. Abbott
  • David Williams

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