Nursing Informatics Module 3

1.)Reflect on the SDLC in relation to the quality of the organizational decision-making throughout the project. Why is it important for all nurses and healthcare professionals to understand the basics of how information systems are selected and implemented? Have you ever been a part of an implementation team for new technology? Share your experience.
2.) Many times, computer systems lack interoperability not only from system to system but within systems. For example, an operating room or emergency department records aren’t always connected within the same hospital. How are patient outcomes impacted by interoperability? Share you experience with interoperability in your workplace.
3.) Reflect on your day-to-day use of technology in the workplace. What steps must you take to ensure security of system information, patient information, and personal information? Are there areas that need to be strengthened? Do you see actions that could be potential security breaches in your workplace?


Discuss about the Impacts of popular culture on promoting human rights (black lives matter).

Write a research paper on the affect technology has on social skills.

Write an essay on why you would like to attend the University of South Alabama.

Discuss the steps you would take to maintain or increase retention rates for new career entrants, experienced employees, and soon-to-be retired employees.

What was the one thing that you found very interesting and would share with others?

What do you think could be the best solution to resolve this problem?

Write at least THREE paragraphs, using physics terms to explain how the concept of distance(position), velocity, and acceleration applies to football AND also applies to TWO other real-life situations.

Compare and contrast your chosen theory with another theory from your textbook with relationship to the views of person, environment, health and nursing.

Write a research paper on Mental Health in Covid-era.

Explain how technologies have impacted this industry since the Covid-19 pandemic, redefined our concepts of software and computing, fueled data-driven decision-making, and raised privacy and security concerns.