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Digital Health Interventions to Enhance Patient Care for Indian Nurses

Published in Springer
Volume: 2
Pages: 729 - 740

The health care and nursing profession in India has suffered neglect both
historically and in present times.We propose the use of information and communication
technology-assisted learning (ICTAL) for creating a large capacity of qualified,
skilled, and competent health care workforce in a short period. The “Indian Nursing
Knowledge System (INKS)” an online platform uses a blended learning approach
with, including, but not limited to customized, individualized digital health content,
maximum utilization of smartphones, Web portal, SMART products, simulations,
with inter-sectoral coordination with sectors of society addressing health and wellbeing.
We envisage improving nurses’ clinical skills, competence, critical thinking,
decision making, and the ability to work in teams.

About the journal
JournalData powered by TypesetDesign for Tomorrow – Volume 2
PublisherData powered by TypesetSpringer
Open AccessYes