Validating nursing theory for use within a computerized nursing information system.

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Computerized nursing information systems (CNISs) exemplify the application of computer science to nursing knowledge. For nursing knowledge to be a basis for CNIS development, variable relationships must be clearly defined, thus allowing transformation of data into knowledge. Nursing theories define variable relationships; these definitions, however, often… (More)

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@article{BlissHoltz1990ValidatingNT, title={Validating nursing theory for use within a computerized nursing information system.}, author={Jane Bliss-Holtz and Kevin McLaughlin and Stan Taylor}, journal={ANS. Advances in nursing science}, year={1990}, volume={13 2}, pages={46-52} }