RESEARCH ARTICLE


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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© 2022 Chin and Kim

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* Address correspondence to this author at the School of Deppartment of Nursing, Mokpo Catholic University, South Korea; E-mail: hyunkim@mcu.ac.kr


Abstract

Introduction:

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

Methods:

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

Results:

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.

Conclusion:

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

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