Jenkins, Alison
April 2006
Nursing Standard;4/26/2006, Vol. 20 Issue 33, p70
Trade Publication
This article discusses the necessity of computer and Internet literacy for nursing students, nurses, and nurse practitioners in Great Britain. Beginners can choose to purchase a basic textbook or attend a computer course. These job skills can enhance nursing practice by providing access to electronic information resources.


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