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New Book Says Nursing Informatics is Going Strong

February 9, 2009
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The field of nursing informatics is one of the fastest growing areas of medical informatics. As the industry grows, so does the need for obtaining the most recent, up-to-date research in this significant field of study, says Hershey, Pa.’s IGI Global.

IGI Global’s new book, Nursing and Clinical Informatics: Socio-Technical Approaches (edited by Bettina Staudinger, Victoria Höß, and Herwig Ostermann, University for Health Sciences, Medical Informatics and Technology, Austria), provides a general overview of the current state of nursing informatics. For more information about the title or to purchase it at the pre-publication price, click here.



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