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New Trend of Doing Things with Technology Pertaining to Nursing “Technology modern trends that drive Healthcare”


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1 Assistant Professor, M. Sc Nursing (Community Health Nursing) Shri Sathya Sai College of Nursing, Ammapettai Village, Kancheepuram Dt., Pin - 603108 under the unit of Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University), Puducherry, 607402., India
     

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Nursing is dynamic by its own way and this dynamism give rise to various trends. Sound empirical knowledge is the base of nursing as in any other profession. This knowledge is the base for all the innovations which in turn evolve as trends in nursing. The trends in nursing education are the cornerstone for the dynamic nature of nursing profession. The article outlines various trends in nursing education with reference to India. Thus, the software can be seen as part of an abstract rationality, whereas how it is deployed by nurses is based on a practical rationality that places practice and experience first and sees the technology and protocols as tools.

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Trends, Modern technology, Electronic system, and Pertaining to Nursing., etc.
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  • New Trend of Doing Things with Technology Pertaining to Nursing “Technology modern trends that drive Healthcare”

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J. Emy Jancy Rani
Assistant Professor, M. Sc Nursing (Community Health Nursing) Shri Sathya Sai College of Nursing, Ammapettai Village, Kancheepuram Dt., Pin - 603108 under the unit of Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University), Puducherry, 607402., India

Abstract


Nursing is dynamic by its own way and this dynamism give rise to various trends. Sound empirical knowledge is the base of nursing as in any other profession. This knowledge is the base for all the innovations which in turn evolve as trends in nursing. The trends in nursing education are the cornerstone for the dynamic nature of nursing profession. The article outlines various trends in nursing education with reference to India. Thus, the software can be seen as part of an abstract rationality, whereas how it is deployed by nurses is based on a practical rationality that places practice and experience first and sees the technology and protocols as tools.

Keywords


Trends, Modern technology, Electronic system, and Pertaining to Nursing., etc.

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