A Day in the Life of a Nurse Informaticist: Mentoring

A Day in the Life of a Nurse Informaticist: Mentoring


Identification: jin_19N4_A4
Volume: 4
Issue: 4

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Mentoring is described as an on-going collaborative relationship between a senior nurse and a newer staff member (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2013). Mentors, according to Villanueva (2015), provide peer support and help with the transition into a new role. The role of the informatics nurse is essential to the design, implementation, and support of systems. A mentoring program that includes informatics competencies helps prepare nurses new to informatics in the skills required to successfully perform these functions.

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