telenursing


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tel·e·nur·sing

(tel'ĕ-nŭrs'ing)
Use of telecommunications technology to deliver nursing care at a distance from the patient.
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This not only facilitates telenursing, but online nursing education as well.
DePasquale and Stange note that their measures do not capture alternative work arrangements, such as telenursing or simultaneous working in multiple states, which are covered under the NLC.
Telemedicine can be broken into three main categories: store-and-forward, remote patient monitoring and (real-time) interactive services involving emergency telemedicine, telenursing, telepharmacy, telerehabilitation, teletrauma care), and specialist care delivery (telecardiology, telepsychiatry, teleradiology, telepathology, teledermatology, teledentistry, teleaudiology, teleophthalmology).
The terms 'telehealth' and 'telemedicine' are sometimes used interchangeably, but we use 'telehealth' to encompass a broader range of health services than those provided by a medical practitioner, such as telenursing and telepsychology.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 3, 2015-ClearOne, American Doctors Online to deliver secure cloud-based communications for national telenursing center
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-June 3, 2015-ClearOne, American Doctors Online to deliver secure cloud-based communications for national telenursing center
FURTHER READING: Improving access in healthcare through the use of telemedicine, telepharmacy and telenursing Company officer receives more than $475,000 in whistleblower award
One very authoritative article about the need for telenursing was found in a respected trade journal, but the SMEs wanted additional sources indicating a need expressed by potential customers.
Among the topics are an auto-ethnographic approach to understanding adult learning in and on clinical depression, adult learning and the mitigation of conflict, adult education as the intersection of health and the aging society, using information technology to spread awareness about communicable diseases, student nurse simulation training incorporating disease management and telenursing for congestive heart failure patients, and building a psychometric instrument and data collection checklist for healthy aging initiatives.
A REGISTERED nurse (RN) who, while working for a telenursing service, deliberately disconnected calls and failed to follow up disconnected calls, has been found guilty of professional misconduct.
6 Telemedicine is named after the typeof services it renders: telenursing telepharmacytelerehabilitation teleradiology teletrauma care telepsychiatry telepathology and teledermatology.