gration of Nursing Informatics Skills and Competencies.
Reflect on your own practice. Explain how much informatics you use in a shift or day of work.
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Section I: Building blocks of NI
Chapter 1: Nursing Science and the Foundation of Knowledge
Chapter 2: Introduction to Information, Information Science, and Information Systems
Chapter 3: Computer Science and the Foundation of Knowledge Model
Chapter 4: Introduction to Cognitive Science and Cognitive Informatics
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