Competency in Nursing Informatics of Health Educators

YoungRan Chin1, Hyun Kim2, *
1 Deppartment of Nursing, Chungwoon University, Hongseong County, South Korea
2 Deppartment of Nursing, Mokpo Catholic University, Mokpo, South Korea

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The purpose of this study was to identify career preparation activities among nursing students.


The study was designed as a descriptive study. Typically, 132 middle and high school health educators worked in areas of Chungcheong Province and Seoul.


Nursing informatics competencies in accordance with the age, education level and type of business of the subject did not show a significant difference. It showed a positive correlation between NEIS utilization, satisfaction and nursing informatics competencies.


This study suggests standardization of duties of health educators and system improvement and education.

Keywords: Computers, Nursing, Informatics, Healthcare, Educators, Quantative study.