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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Innovative field in nursing: telenursing and telehealth in home care.Acibadem Univer J Health Sci.
We used prospective data from July 1, 2009, through June 30, 2014, from 2 sources in the countywide health information system: clinical influenza-diagnosis cases recorded by physicians and syndromic chief complaint data from a telenursing service (4).
After 15 years of nursing in various practice areas, including in the British Army, emergency care, primary care and surgical nursing, I have recently embarked on a new path telenursing. I work for Homecare Medical (HCM), which, since November 2015, has run a range of government funded national telehealth services, including Healthline.
About 19% of RNs apply their knowledge of healthcare and nursing outside of traditional care delivery, working for such organizations as insurance companies; government benefits departments; pharmaceutical, medical device, and medical software companies; consulting firms; occupational health companies; policy, planning, regulatory, and licensing agencies; telehealth, telenursing, and nursing call centers; and medical air transport and airlines.
From the perspective of telenursing, we tried to design our system such that it can detect the posture of the elderly in real time and make the corresponding responses.
This not only facilitates telenursing, but online nursing education as well.
Hjelm, "The role of telenursing in the provision of geriatric outreach services to residential homes in Hong Kong," Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, vol.
Telecare enables patients' monitoring and education, data collection, nursing interventions, pain management, and family support through the low-cost technology of telenursing without time and distance barriers [10, 11].
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.