Computer-assisted instruction in nursing

According to Kotzé (1987:5) the numbers of student nurses showed a constant drop of 10% from 1981 until 1986. It appears that the ratio between the registered nurse and the population will severely worsen. It is therefore necessary that the educational standard of students nurses must be as high as...

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Published in: Curationis (Pretoria) Vol. 15; no. 2; pp. 8 - 11
Main Authors: Naude, M, Basson, A
Format: Journal Article
Language: Afrikaans
Published: South Africa 06-01-1992
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Summary: According to Kotzé (1987:5) the numbers of student nurses showed a constant drop of 10% from 1981 until 1986. It appears that the ratio between the registered nurse and the population will severely worsen. It is therefore necessary that the educational standard of students nurses must be as high as possible to render a comprehensive service to a growing population. Computer-aided instruction can also play a role in the training of student nurses but can also help to keep student nurses as well as registered nurses in touch with the latest developments and introduce them to advanced technology like the computer.
ISSN: 0379-8577
2223-6279